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Campbell County - Volunteer Opportunities

If you are a nonprofit organization or agency involved in charity work and wish to be added to this list, contact John Brown at

Organization: Contact: Organizational Needs:

Amedisys Hospice 
665 Highway 68 Suite B
Sweetwater, TN 37874

Martha Dodge, Volunteer Coordinator
(423) 435-2226

We are a hospice agency operating in all nine counties of RSCC's service area. Some volunteer opportunities include:

 * Visiting patients to provide companionship – at home, in a nursing home or assisted living.
 * Bereavement services, visits and projects with families after the death of a loved one.
 * Providing music or other entertainment choices for a patient.
 * Spiritual support and interaction– scripture, music, prayer, etc.
 * Photographic projects – DVD’s or picture’s.
 * Veteran to Veteran Volunteers.
 * Recording life stories or writing life stories for patients.
 * Oral history projects.
 * Craft Projects with patients or for patients 
 * Helping plan celebrations – birthday, anniversary, etc.
 * Community education and outreach.
 * Opportunities to use sign language.
 * Reading to patients who have poor vision or no vision.
 * Games and other activities with patients. 
 * Handyman or woman projects.
 * Writing letters and other correspondence for patients.
 * Scrapbooking and memory books.
 * Specialized projects for patients with Dementia and Alzheimer’s
 * Art projects for patients and families.
 * Errands, caregiver respite and caregiver support.

American Red Cross (East TN)
6921 Middlebrook Pike,
Knoxville, TN 37909

Kristin Manuel, Volunteer Specialist
(865) 584-2999

The American Red Cross of East Tennessee serves Anderson, Blount, Campbell, Cumberland, Fentress, Knox, Loudon, Monroe, Morgan, Roane, Scott, Sevier and Union counties in Tennessee.

We have various volunteer opportunities, including office and indoor work, outdoor work, and manual labor. 

Campbell Co. Children's Center
203 Independence Ln
LaFollette, TN 37766


Tracy Davis

The mission of the Campbell County Children’s Center is to reduce the traumatization of the child abuse victims and their families by facilitating a comprehensive multi-disciplinary team approach to detection, investigations, prosecution, and treatment of child abuse; and prevent child abuse in our communities.

We need volunteers in various capacities from office work and support to working directly with clients. Please contact us for more information. 

Campbell Co. Historical Society
235 East Central Ave
LaFollette, TN 37766

Linda Miller, Treasurer and Museum Curator
The Campbell County Historical Society is dedicated to preserving, interpreting, and promoting the history of Campbell County. We need local volunteers to assist with our mission. Please contact us for more information. 

Campbell Co. Rural Fire Services
4422 Victory Rd
LaFollette, TN 37766

Don McGuire

Campbell County Rural Fire Service is in need of volunteers to perform task such as washing/waxing vehicles, cleaning fire stations, testing fire hose, cleaning and performing preventive maintenance on small equipment, mowing around fire hydrants, and office type work. We can find a job task for any skill level.

Campbell Culture Coalition
PO Box 686,
LaFollette, TN 37766


Maureen O'Connell, Volunteer Coordinator

Bradley Smiddy

Jennifer Hoffman

The mission of the Campbell Culture Coalition is to enhance the economic and cultural opportunities of the citizenry, preserve the culturally significant past, and support the cultural talents of our youth who are our future.

We currently needs volunteers for our annual Louie Bluie Festival. The Louie Bluie Festival is an annual local celebration at Cove Lake State Park in Campbell County that features three tents of Americana music, local juried craft venders and art and quilt displays, which takes place the last Saturday of September. This one day festival is entirely staffed by volunteers - it takes about 150 volunteers to staff many venues - entrance gates, parking, festival store, kids fun zone activities, food court, art pavilion displays, and other volunteer possibilities.

We plan to bring back the Louie Bluie Music & Arts Festival in late September, 2022, and will have other youth programs that need volunteers ongoing.

We may also need volunteers for other events or tasks. Please contact us for details. 

Caris Healthcare
10651 Coward Mill Road
Knoxville, TN 37931

Diana Puckett, Family Services Coordinator
(865) 694-4848

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

1) Patient companionship volunteers: provide support in the patient/family at the end of someone's life (people on hospice can live for days and even months) by reading and writing letters for the patient, help with Legacy projects such as scrapbooking or sitting quietly holding someone's hand.

2) Administrative volunteers: work in the local Caris office completing tasks such as filing, making and answering phone calls, or other business administrative task.

3) Special project volunteers: use your own talents and hobbies to benefit the patients and their 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 Campbell County
165 East St.
Jacksboro, TN 37757


Jan Jones

The mission of CASA of Campbell County is to advocate for abused and neglected children by providing them with a voice in court through highly trained volunteer advocates. These advocates ensure that each child receives the necessary medical, psychological and educational services. 

Volunteers are needed to serve as advocates (requires training), as well as administrative interns, and to do various office tasks such as filing, working with excel spread sheets, and other tasks. 

Dust of Hope Mission
1326 Old Jacksboro Pike
LaFollette, TN 37766

Kimberly Leonard, President

We are a 501C(3) religious nonprofit organization that has the desire to make an impact in our communities! Our goal at Dust Of Hope Mission is to make sure that no family goes hungry. We are always happy to have volunteers. Please contact us for more information.

University of Tennessee Medical Center Hospice Services
4435 Valley View Dr NE
Suite 104
Knoxville, TN 37917


Ginger Maples, Volunteer Coordinator
888-372-4114 (Toll free)

We cover 11 counties which includes Scott, Morgan, and Campbell. We desperately need volunteers in these areas for our patients. We have several volunteer opportunities ranging from patient companionship, caregiver relief, individuals to run errands, provide light housekeeping, meal prep, home repairs, and providing administrative duties for our office. We also have specialized programs in which to volunteer through We Honor Veterans, Pet Peace of Mind, G.I.F.T. (Grace In Final Transition) and Chart of Life. Volunteers would be serving patients in their home counties.



John N Brown • (865) 354-3000 ext. 5050 • Click name for email address

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