Village Service Opportunities.
Serving The Village!
District One School Board Representative - Gloria Deathridge
Executive Director of Project GRAD Knoxville - Ronni Chandler
TN Education Commissioner -
Contribute to the Teacher Supply Depot.
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Girl Talk, Inc seeks caring women who have a heart for girls ages 9-18 and who are willing to invest in building the confidence and self-esteem in these girls. There are opportunities inside of Knox County Community Schools to b e a Girl Talk mentor. These mentors are responsible for implementing a standard Girl Talk program curriculum each week for ten weeks after school.
Become a Volunteer at
Friends of Literacy.
Wesley House has many volunteer opportunities at the Reynolds Street location. If you or your group is interested in volunteering in ANY capacity—from tutoring to playing Bingo with seniors--please contact Sharon at email@example.com or 524.5494. Wesley House is a Christian ministry called to nurture wholeness and hope by empowering children and families through service and education.
The Children's Center
Work Phone: work865-523-2672
A quality preschool program supported in part by the United Way and the State of Tennessee that serves over 100 children from 6 weeks to 5 years old.
-Read and play games with the children.-Help plan and coordinate special events.-Groups: Assist with indoor and outdoor facility maintenance.
Support Students in our Schools.
The following donations are needed:
general school supplies
computers, tablets, laptops, printers (supplies for student/family technology centers)
If you can be of any assistance (no matter how large or small),
Please contact Tanisha Fitzgerald-Baker via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Make a Difference in a Child’s Life! Be a Foster Parent. The Department of Children’s Services is in need of foster parents for children/youth of all ages. There is a special need for sibling groups, school-age children and teens. Classes are free and a new class begins monthly in Knox County. Call 1-877-DCSKIDS for details (1-877-327-5437).
Want to Help a Senior Out?! Become a Volunteer Driver Today!
CAC is excited to provide the Volunteer Assisted Transportation program to Knox County seniors & people with disabilities who require aid and assistance to travel safely...but we need YOUR help! Volunteer Drivers are needed to assist seniors to medical appointments, shopping trips, beauty appointments, and other fun activities!
Volunteers will drive agency-owned, hybrid sedans or wheelchair accessible mini-vans and receive training to include First Aid & CPR certification! Volunteers are needed for weekdays, evenings and weekends. Thank you for considering to donate your time to help Knoxville area seniors.
For more information on volunteering:
Call 865-673-5001 or email: email@example.com
The Knox Furniture Ministry
is a partnership of agencies and churches in Knoxville that helps provide furniture to previously homeless families and senior citizens. All furniture in the warehouse is donated, and there is no charge to those who receive furniture. The ministry goal is to provide a bed to sleep in and a couch to sit on for those who have nothing. If you have questions please contact Debbie Bruce at firstname.lastname@example.org or 546.3500.