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Volunteer Opportunities / Community Partners

Are you a nonprofit organization in need of volunteers? RSCC's Service Learning Program may be able to help! Contact John Brown at brownjn2@roanestate.edu for more information.

Volunteer Opportunities (select the county you wish to volunteer in, or simply scroll down to browse):

Anderson County

Campbell County Cumberland County

Fentress County

Knox County Loudon County

Morgan County

Roane County Scott County

 

Anderson County:

Organization: Contact: Volunteer needs:

Caris Healthcare
10651 Coward Mill Road
Knoxville, TN 37931
http://www.carishealthcare.com/

Patty McGrew, Volunteer Coordinator
(865) 694-4988
pmcgrew@carishealthcare.com
 

Caris Healthcare Volunteers make a difference in the lives of Hospice patients and families. Caris needs volunteers in the following areas:

1) Patient and family care volunteers: provide support in the final moments of life, reading and writing letters for the patient, help with Legacy projects such as "Hands of Grace" and scrapbooking, spiritual care and prayer, and bereavement care.

2) Administrative volunteers: work in each local Caris office completing tasks such as filing, making and answering phone calls, or assisting the Volunteer Coordinator.

3) Special project and event volunteers: offer your own talents, expertise, and gifts to patients and families without committing to patient and family contact. For example: Threads of Grace Volunteers make blankets, stuffed animals and other items for comfort of the patient; Youth and Children's groups make crafts or provide acts of service in community such as mowing lawns; clowning or singing groups, memorial services, and health fairs.

CASA of the Tennessee Heartland
12 Van Hicks Dr.
Oak Ridge, TN 37830
http://casatnh.org
 
Jenny DeTar
(865) 425-0888
jenny@casatnh.org

The core purpose of CASA of TN Heartland is to provide a voice for the abused and neglected in our community. Our mission is to empower volunteers to advocate on behalf of abused and neglected children in juvenile court. Our vision to provide a court-appointed volunteer advocate for every child who needs one.

Advocates must be 21 or older, be able to commit to a year of volunteering, pass a background check and screening, and give 10-15 hours each month. Volunteer opportunities are also available to help in our administrative office or with fundraising events; these would only require an application and signed pledge of confidentiality. 

Children's Museum of Oak Ridge
461 West Outer Drive
Oak Ridge, TN 37830
http://childrensmuseumofoakridge.org/

Carroll Welch
(865) 482-1074 ext. 105
cwelch@
childrensmuseumofoakridge.org

Children's Museum of Oak Ridge provides educational programs and exhibits with an emphasis on play and hands-on learning for all ages and backgrounds in the arts, environmental studies, history, and world cultures that inspire, enrich, and improve the lives of East Tennessee children and their families.

Volunteers are needed for the following:
1) We are looking for artists, teachers, landscapers, special events organizers, graphic artists, technical assistants, and office aids.

2) We are looking for volunteers to work with our education coordinator during preschool classes, to come up with lesson plans, work during summer camps, do daily projects with campers, do fitness activities, and volunteer at events such as the Carnival, Monster Bash, and Polar Express Adventure (contact Lorraine Bowen at 865-482-1074 ext. 106 or lbowen@childrensmuseumofoakridge.org.

3) We need volunteers to assist in our garden, performing such tasks as planting, weeding, and deadheading of flowers, vegetables, trees, etc.; and to assist in fall cleanups and spring preparation (contact Bucky Smith at 865-482-1074 or bsmith@childrensmuseumofoakridge.org.

4) Volunteers are needed to serve as greeters at front desk, oversee birthday parties, general office duties, special events, mass mailings, marketing, graphic design, etc. Contact Mary Ann Damos at 865-482-1074 ext. 104 or mdamos@childrensmuseumofoakridge.org

5) We would greatly appreciate assistance for the following: Gala event on December 5, 2014 – waiter and auction assistants; International Festival on February 21, 2014; and the Celebration for the Young Child on April 17, 2015. 

Contact CareLine of East Tennessee
P.O. Box 4641
Oak Ridge, TN 37831-4641
http://www.contactcarelinetn.org
Deb Patterson, Executive Director
(865) 312-7450
execdir865@gmail.com
Contact CareLine provides free, confidential support services for people in need. Volunteers are needed in the following positions: 1) Crisis line and chat/text specialists (must be willing to complete a seven week, 24 hour course of active listening training); 2) We also need clerical and administrative support, particularly those with word processing, desktop publishing, graphic design, and social media skills; 3) Volunteers could also assist in management, particularly with regards to administration and the donor list. 

CoParenting Solutions
320 Robertsville Road
Oak Ridge, TN 37831
http://gainagreement.com/

James Karney
(865) 803-2290
jkarney@gainagreement.com
CoParenting Solutions helps families and family courts resolve parenting issues via a legal clinic, mediation, parenting classes, and other services. Volunteers are needed to help with marketing, videos, statistical study support, website and database design, and fundraising. 
Emory Valley Center
715 Emory Valley Road
Oak Ridge, TN 37830
http://www.emoryvalley
center.com
Whitney Snow
(865) 813-0594
whitney.snow@emoryvalleycenter.com

Volunteers are needed in three areas to further the mission of Emory Valley Center. One may assist in a classroom to aid teachers/staff on various projects with our adults with disabilities. Volunteers would also be appreciated to help our classroom teachers in our Center based Pre-school. Emory Valley also operates "Eden's Closets" for our individuals/children that we serve and are open at scheduled times. These "closets" are areas designated at our west end Group Home and center based Pre-school which offer clothing, shoes and various accessories to assist in times of need to those that truly need help.

Emory Valley Center operates some 30 private residences and a large campus located in Oak Ridge. We are always receptive and greatly appreciative of any groups, small or large, that would be willing to provide us assistance in grounds keeping or various projects within our facilities that require upkeep.

Girls Incorporated
P.O. Box 7040
1798 Oak Ridge Turnpike
Oak Ridge, TN 37830
http://www.girlsincoakridge.org
Rhoni Basden or Suzanne Shipley Kline
(865) 482-4475
rbasden@girlsincor.net or sshipleykline@girlsincor.net
Girls Incorporated encourages girls ages 5-18 to become smart, strong and bold leaders of the future. Currently, volunteers are needed in the following areas: program administration internship, marketing and social media, program development, and sports development. 
Oak Ridge Convention and Visitors Bureau
102 Robertsville Road
Suite C
Oak Ridge, TN 37830
http://oakridgevisitor.com
Wendy Bishop or Katy Brown
(865) 482-7821
wendy@oakridgevisitor.com
The ORCVB provides information and assistance about Oak Ridge history, heritage, economic development, and community events. We also work with the city to sponsor community events and provide marketing for events such as the Secret City Festival and the Secret City Half Marathon. Volunteers are needed to provide content and updates on our events calandar for our website. This would require roughly ten hours per week for revisions and any additions or changes to the website. Providing written content would also be encouraged. 
Trinity Outreach Center of Hope (TORCH)
320 Robertsville Roand
Suite 5
Oak Ridge, TN 37830
http://www.oakridgetorch.org/
Zabrina Minor
(865) 318-4788 phone
(865) 481-7225 fax
zabrina@oakridgetorch.org

TORCH invests in and supports the holistic transformation of individuals as they pursue self-sufficiency. Volunteers are needed for the computer lab, where they will assist clients with online job searches and resume posting, as well as fundraising events, employment workshops, cleaning, and to work on mailers. 

United Way of Anderson County
161 Robertsville Road
Suite C
Oak Ridge, TN 37830
http://www.uwayac.org/

Rick Morrow
(865) 483-8431
rick@uwayac.org
The United Way of Anderson County seeks to improve lives by mobilizing the caring power of our community to create lasting change. We are looking for volunteers who are sensitive to those who they serve, are nonjudgemental, respect boundaries, have transportation, and strong communication skills. UWAC has special projects during the year, including golf tournaments, our annual gala, and more. Please contact us for more information. 
     

 

Campbell County:

Organization: Contact: Volunteer needs:

Caris Healthcare
10651 Coward Mill Road
Knoxville, TN 37931
http://www.carishealthcare.com/

Patty McGrew, Volunteer Coordinator
(865) 694-4988
pmcgrew@carishealthcare.com
 

Caris Healthcare Volunteers make a difference in the lives of Hospice patients and families. Caris needs volunteers in the following areas:

1) Patient and family care volunteers: provide support in the final moments of life, reading and writing letters for the patient, help with Legacy projects such as "Hands of Grace" and scrapbooking, spiritual care and prayer, and bereavement care.

2) Administrative volunteers: work in each local Caris office completing tasks such as filing, making and answering phone calls, or assisting the Volunteer Coordinator.

3) Special project and event volunteers: offer your own talents, expertise, and gifts to patients and families without committing to patient and family contact. For example: Threads of Grace Volunteers make blankets, stuffed animals and other items for comfort of the patient; Youth and Children's groups make crafts or provide acts of service in community such as mowing lawns; clowning or singing groups, memorial services, and health fairs.

   

 

Cumberland County:

Organization: Contact: Volunteer needs:

Caris Healthcare
60 Riley St. Suite 127
Crossville, TN 38555
http://www.carishealthcare.com

Trena Cole, Volunteer Coordinator
(931) 456-8970
tcole1@carishealthcare.com

Caris Healthcare Volunteers make a difference in the lives of Hospice patients and families. Caris needs volunteers in the following areas:

1) Patient and family care volunteers: provide support in the final moments of life, reading and writing letters for the patient, help with Legacy projects such as "Hands of Grace" and scrapbooking, spiritual care and prayer, and bereavement care.

2) Administrative volunteers: work in each local Caris office completing tasks such as filing, making and answering phone calls, or assisting the Volunteer Coordinator.

3) Special project and event volunteers: offer your own talents, expertise, and gifts to patients and families without committing to patient and family contact. For example: Threads of Grace Volunteers make blankets, stuffed animals and other items for comfort of the patient; Youth and Children's groups make crafts or provide acts of service in community such as mowing lawns; clowning or singing groups, memorial services, and health fairs.

Crossville Chamber of Commerce
34 South Main St
Crossville, TN 38555
 
(931) 484-8444 The Crossville Chamber is looking for some volunteers to help this during the fall 2014 term to act as a receptionist, answer the phone, and assist visitors to the Chamber and the area.
Cumberland Business Incubator (CBI)
2569 Cook Road
Crossville, TN 38571
http://cumberlandincubator.com
Holly Hanson, Director
(931) 456-4910
(ext. 4866)
hansonha@roanestate.edu
 

CBI needs volunteers with a variety of skills of interests. Among volunteer needs are:

1) We have workshops and trainings almost every week.  We can always use host/hostesses to help great our guests, help the presenter with last minute preparations including hooking up the projector, making last minute copies, etc.

2) We have a fundraiser coming in May that we could use volunteers on all the campuses to help spread the word.  It’s a film festival called Lunafest (www.lunafest.org).  Hanging posters in coffee shops and group settings would be great!

3) Over Spring Break for the local school system we plan on having a code academy that will need extra help, April 14 – 18.  Computer savvy is good for this project –to help students get to the right screen or get ‘unstuck’.

4) We also plan a Maker-Camp over the summer where students will be doing STEM type projects.  We could always use a few extra helpers that are comfortable around soldering and wiring boards and debugging electronic systems.

 

 

Fentress County:

Organization: Contact: Volunteer needs:
   

 

 

Knox County:

Organization: Contact: Volunteer needs:

Big Brothers Big Sisters of East Tennessee
119 W. Summit Hill Dr. 
Suite 101
Knoxville, TN 37902
http://www.tennesseebig.org/

Jennifer Davis
865-622-3224
jdavis@TennesseeBig.org
BBBS provides children with friendship, guidance, support and fun by matching them with positive adult mentors-"Big Brothers" and "Big Sisters". Volunteers must be at least 19 years of age or 18 and in college, and are expected to spend time sharing their favorite activities and hobbies with a child at the child's school or in the community. There are two programs to choose from: community based and site based. Communited based meet with the same child 2-3 times a month for at least two hours. Site based volunteers meet with the same child at least once a week every week for one hour at the child's school. Both programs require a one year commitment from volunteers. 
Caris Healthcare
10651 Coward Mill
Knoxville, TN 37931
http://wwww.carishealthcare.com
Patty McGrew,
Volunteer Coordinator
(865) 694-4988
pmcgrew@carishealthcare.com

Caris Healthcare Volunteers make a difference in the lives of Hospice patients and families. Caris needs volunteers in the following areas:

1) Patient and family care volunteers: provide support in the final moments of life, reading and writing letters for the patient, help with Legacy projects such as "Hands of Grace" and scrapbooking, spiritual care and prayer, and bereavement care.

2) Administrative volunteers: work in each local Caris office completing tasks such as filing, making and answering phone calls, or assisting the Volunteer Coordinator.

3) Special project and event volunteers: offer your own talents, expertise, and gifts to patients and families without committing to patient and family contact. For example: Threads of Grace Volunteers make blankets, stuffed animals and other items for comfort of the patient; Youth and Children's groups make crafts or provide acts of service in community such as mowing lawns; clowning or singing groups, memorial services, and health fairs.

Salvation Army of Knoxville
409 N Broadway St, Knoxville, TN 37917
http://www.uss.salvationarmy.org/
uss
www_uss_knoxville.nsf

 

Maria Down
(865) 525-9401
Maria_Down@
uss.salvationarmy.org

 

1) Thrift stores volunteers for stores on Broadway, Chapman Highway, Oak Ridge, LaFollette, Maryville. Help sort, tag, and organize store. Must listen and follow instructions and enjoy working with people.
 
2) Donation Warehouse (7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday):
Volunteers help unload delivery truck, sort donations, hang clothing, and sort shoes for our thrift stores.
 
3) Kitchen: Serving meals and helping in the kitchen.
 
     

 

Loudon County:

Organization: Contact: Volunteer needs:
Caris Healthcare
501 Adesa Blvd, Suite 130
Lenior City, 37771
http://wwww.carishealthcare.com
Jennifer Wilson
(865) 988-8034
jwilson@carishealthcare.com

Caris Healthcare Volunteers make a difference in the lives of Hospice patients and families. Caris needs volunteers in the following areas:

1) Patient and family care volunteers: provide support in the final moments of life, reading and writing letters for the patient, help with Legacy projects such as "Hands of Grace" and scrapbooking, spiritual care and prayer, and bereavement care.

2) Administrative volunteers: work in each local Caris office completing tasks such as filing, making and answering phone calls, or assisting the Volunteer Coordinator.

3) Special project and event volunteers: offer your own talents, expertise, and gifts to patients and families without committing to patient and family contact. For example: Threads of Grace Volunteers make blankets, stuffed animals and other items for comfort of the patient; Youth and Children's groups make crafts or provide acts of service in community such as mowing lawns; clowning or singing groups, memorial services, and health fairs.

Loudon County Schools
4380 Harrison Rd
Lenoir City, TN 37771 http://www.loudoncounty.org/
Melisa W. Fuhrmeister
(865) 986-2036 ext. 4608
fuhrmeisterm@loudoncounty.org

The Loudon County School system is currently looking for volunteers as senior counselors for summer day camp in Loudon. Energy Quest Camp will focus on activities that encourage lifetime fitness and good eating habits, as well as tie in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) at the same time.  The camp is targeting youth who will be entering third, fourth and fifth grade this fall.  Camp will run from Monday, June 2 through Friday, June 6.  Camp will run from 9:00 am until 3:00 pm Monday-Thursday and 8:00 am until 3:00 pm Friday, at the Lion’s Club Pavilion on Hwy 72 in Loudon.  Each senior camp volunteer will be responsible for no more than 10 campers and will be assisted by a junior counselor.  You must provide your own transportation to and from camp and will be expected to arrive no later than 8:30 each morning of camp. Please contact Melisa Fuhrmesiter for an application. 

Mid-East Community Action Agency: Head Start
P.O. Box 790
Kingston, TN 37763
http://www.tnheadstart.org/Mid-East.html
Jeanna Brooksbank or Millicent Fritts
(865) 376-2308 (ext. 222)
jbrooksbank@mecaa.net or mfritts@mecaa.net

Head Start provides educational, health, and social services to children from birth to age five. Volunteers are needed to read, play, and interact with young children. 

This organization serves both Roane and Loudon Counties.

Shangri-La Therapeutic Academy of Riding (STAR)
11800 Highway 11E
Lenoir City, TN 37772
http://www.rideatstar.org/  
Melissa James, Volunteer Coordinator
(865) 988-4711
(865) 988-4712
STAR's mission is to foster personal achievement by providing therapeutic experiences using horse related activities for persons with disabilities or other special challenges. We are looking for volunteers who are dedicated, compassionate, consistent, and committed to work alongside the riders during their horseback riding lessons. We are open seven days a week, but especially need volunteers on the afternoons and weekends. 

 

Morgan County:

Organization: Contact: Volunteer needs:

Caris Healthcare
60 Riley St. Suite 127
Crossville, TN 38555
http://www.carishealthcare.com

Trena Cole, Volunteer Coordinator
(931) 456-8970
tcole1@carishealthcare.com

Caris Healthcare Volunteers make a difference in the lives of Hospice patients and families. Caris needs volunteers in the following areas:

1) Patient and family care volunteers: provide support in the final moments of life, reading and writing letters for the patient, help with Legacy projects such as "Hands of Grace" and scrapbooking, spiritual care and prayer, and bereavement care.

2) Administrative volunteers: work in each local Caris office completing tasks such as filing, making and answering phone calls, or assisting the Volunteer Coordinator.

3) Special project and event volunteers: offer your own talents, expertise, and gifts to patients and families without committing to patient and family contact. For example: Threads of Grace Volunteers make blankets, stuffed animals and other items for comfort of the patient; Youth and Children's groups make crafts or provide acts of service in community such as mowing lawns; clowning or singing groups, memorial services, and health fairs.

Morgan Scott Project
1022 Old Deer Lodge Pike
PO Box 8
Deer Lodge, TN 37726
http://morganscottproject.org/
 

Ella Smith
(423) 965-3131
(423) 965-5118
morganscott@highland.net

The Morgan Scott Project's mission is to provide a common cooperative base for churches, agencies, and individuals to identify the problems of and provide the solutions for people in peril in Morgan and Scott Counties.

We are looking for volunteers to help with work groups, taking pictures and sharing the stories of those we help, and to help with accounting. 

Store House Ministries
710 Main Street
Wartburg, TN 37887
https://www.facebook.com/StorehouseMinistry2
Mary Simpson
(423) 346-5267
(423) 956-1488
bebastorehouse@yahoo.com
Our goal is to show our clients Jesus without even saying his name. We are looking for volunteers to help with loading food boxes and carrying food boxes to clients' cars.  
     

 

Rhea County:

Organization: Contact: Volunteer needs:

Tennessee Valley Theatre
184 West Jackson Ave,
Spring City, TN 37381
http://tennesseevalleytheatre.com/

Kathy Soja
(423) 365-7529
kathy@kayak2u.com

Volunteers are needed for the following: We are looking for actors, directors, costume makers, stage hands, special events organizers, set designers and painters, set construction workers, artists, light and sound technicians, concession workers, office aids and children's supervisors for summer workshops and children's plays. The best part of TVT is that we are happy to show you how to perform any of these duties.

 

Roane County:

For more opportunites in Roane County, please visit the Roane Co. United Way's Volunteer Clearinghouse, available at http://unitedwayroane.galaxydigital.com/volunteer/agency/

Organization: Contact:

Volunteer needs:

Caris Healthcare
501 Adesa Blvd, Suite 130
Lenior City, 37771
http://wwww.carishealthcare.com
Jennifer Wilson
(865) 988-8034
jwilson@carishealthcare.com

Caris Healthcare Volunteers make a difference in the lives of Hospice patients and families. Caris needs volunteers in the following areas:

1) Patient and family care volunteers: provide support in the final moments of life, reading and writing letters for the patient, help with Legacy projects such as "Hands of Grace" and scrapbooking, spiritual care and prayer, and bereavement care.

2) Administrative volunteers: work in each local Caris office completing tasks such as filing, making and answering phone calls, or assisting the Volunteer Coordinator.

3) Special project and event volunteers: offer your own talents, expertise, and gifts to patients and families without committing to patient and family contact. For example: Threads of Grace Volunteers make blankets, stuffed animals and other items for comfort of the patient; Youth and Children's groups make crafts or provide acts of service in community such as mowing lawns; clowning or singing groups, memorial services, and health fairs.

CASA of the Ninth Judicial District
P.O. Box 541
Kingston, TN 37763
http://www.casa9thtn.org/
Brent Sigmon
(865) 713-4186
brent@casaninth.org
CASA trains and supports Court Appointed Special Advocates. These citizen-volunteers are appointed by juvenile courts to advocate for the best interests of abused and neglected children. CASA needs volunteers for both long and short term committments. Volunteer advocates stay with a case until the end, or at least a year (100-150 hours). Shorter-term volunteers are also needed for projects involving resource development and special events, such as our Winter Blast in February or the 5k Run for the Child in May (less than 20 hours).

Children's Reading Foundation of the TN Valley
5000 Fairgrounds Place
Kingston,  TN 37763
http://www.readingfoundation.org/
tennessee_valley

J.M. Leitnaker
(865) 376-7702
jamesleitnaker@att.net
Children's Reading Foundation of the TN Valley works to persuade parents to read to their children, and promoting the Imagination Library. Volunteers are needed to be present at places young parents commonly frequent, such as festivals, school functions, food stores, churches, etc. 

Education Matters
1209 N. Kentucky Street
Kingston, TN 37763
http://www.roanealliance.org

Allen Lutz
(865) 376-2093
alutz@roanealliance.org

Education Matters! (EM!) promotes the value of education within Roane County. We attend community events and festivals (see the list below) where we share with children, students, parents and grandparents information about educational programs and opportunities. At the events, we will hold a free drawing for EM! sport bottles or other items. We also register children under the age of five into the Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library so they may receive free children’s books from birth through age five. Education Matters! usually team-up with the Children’s Reading Foundation to give away free children’s books.

Event and festival list includes, but not limited to: 

 * Rockwood Thunder Road Festival (April)
 * Polk Salad Festival in Harriman (May or June)
 * Kingston Smokn’ the Water Festival (July 4th)
 * National Night Out in Kingston (August)
 * Hooray for Harriman (Labor Day in September)
 * Kingston Country Fair (October)
 * Oliver Springs’ October Sky Fall Festival (October)
 * Several high school football games within Roane County

Habitat for Humanity (Roane Co.)
1391 James Ferry Road
PO Box 1124
Kingston, TN 37763
http://www.roanehabitat.org
Todd Fisher, President
(865) 376-5770
TAFISHER15@comcast.net

Volunteers are needed in several capacities:

1) Adminstrative volunteers are needed for leadership, fundraising, finance/accounting, marketing, and updating our website and social media platforms, and creating a plan to keep them "fresh".

2) Construction volunteers are also needed.

Hands of Mercy
147 Court Street
Kingston, TN 37763

Sharon Penner
(865) 257-1114
sharonpp@bellsouth.net
Volunteers are needed to help unload delivery trucks. Trucks arrive in the morning each Friday, every other Wednesday, and the first Monday of the month. Volunteers are especially needed for the Monday deliveries. 
Mid-East Community Action Agency
P.O. Box 790
Kingston, TN 37763
http://www.mecaa.net
Amber Jacks
(865) 354-0450
ajacks@mecaa.net
MECAA will partner with the community to strengthen individuals and families through social service programs to increase stability and/or self-sufficiency. Volunteers are needed for commodity food distribution, Operation "Holiday Cheer" for seniors, telephone reassurance, visitation for the elderly, assistance with agency activities, data entry, and clerical work.
Mid-East Community Action Agency: Head Start
P.O. Box 790
Kingston, TN 37763
http://www.tnheadstart.org/Mid-East.html
Jeanna Brooksbank or Millicent Fritts
(865) 376-2308 (ext. 222)
jbrooksbank@mecaa.net or mfritts@mecaa.net
Head Start provides educational, health, and social services to children from birth to age five. Volunteers are needed to read, play, and interact with young children. 

Roane Alliance
1209 N. Kentucky Street
Kingston, TN  37763
http://roanealliance.org

Paulette Ray
(865) 376-2093
pauletteray@roanealliance.org

We are in need of a Student Volunteer for Fridays from 8:00am until 5:00pm for our front desk.

Roane County United Way
P.O. Box 317
2375 Roane State Hwy
Harriman, TN 37748
http://unitedwayroane.org

Dina Jackson
(865) 882-7711
djackson@unitedwayroane.org

1) The United Way of Roane County has many opportunities with many agencies. To search our database for opportunities, please click here.

2) Volunteers are needed to clean our office on a weekly basis. Times are flexible. Please contact our office (865-882-7711) for more info.

3) Volunteers needed to contact partners and assist them with updating their information on our search engine. Please contact the office at (865) 882-7711 for more info.

4) We are getting ready to start our Campaign Kick off and could use a couple of volunteers to help with making phone calls and making plans for the event at the end of August. 

Rockwood Housing Authority
Kids Cafe Tutoring Program

320 Carpenter St
Rockwood, TN 37854
 
Jennifer Watson
(865) 354-9841
watsonbooks@bellsouth.net

We provide a tutoring and feeding program for the whole community one day a week. We would love to expand this program with enough volunteer supporters!

We are looking for volunteers willing to be stable, consistent, and willing to work with our population and who love kids. We need volunteers for tutoring, feeding, cooking, and especially mentoring children. 

Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA)
(United Way headquarters)
2375 Roane State Hwy
Harriman, TN 37748
http://unitedwayroane.org/free-tax-help/

United Way Office
(865) 882-7711

Need volunteers to help provide free tax advice to and answer financial questions for those in need twice each week. A great opportunity to accounting and finance students. 

 

Scott County:

Organization: Contact: Volunteer needs:

Morgan Scott Project
1022 Old Deer Lodge Pike
PO Box 8
Deer Lodge, TN 37726
http://morganscottproject.org/
 

Ella Smith
(423) 965-3131
(423) 965-5118
morganscott@highland.net

The Morgan Scott Project's mission is to provide a common cooperative base for churches, agencies, and individuals to identify the problems of and provide the solutions for people in peril in Morgan and Scott Counties.

We are looking for volunteers to help with work groups, taking pictures and sharing the stories of those we help, and to help with accounting. 

Scott County Homeless Shelter
1513 Jeffers Road
PO Box 164
Huntsville, TN 37756
http://www.scottcounty.com/?q=node/26

Ray Perry, Executive Director
(423) 663-3333
homeless.dir@highland.net
We work to provide safe and clean food, clothing and temporary shelter to individuals in need and on social rehabilitation and resource development. We also have a food pantry. Volunteers are needed for program and policy development, hands-on work projects for shelter development and work in office environment. We are also looking for volunteers to help with social media and networking strategies to better reach potential donors and other social support organizations.
     

 

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