Community Service Opportunities
Community Service Opportunities
Decatur County World's Largest Coon Hunt- Decatur
Nelda Pritchard (731) 549-4970
TN River Agricultural EXPO (TRAE)- Decatur
Billy Vestal (731) 549-5146
Junior Pro Basketball Coaching- Decatur
Nelda Pritchard (731) 549-4970
Frances Halbrook Hensely Animal Shelter- Decatur
Help to feed animals, clean facility, walk dogs
Lexington Henderson County Library
Organize Books and Shelves
Crystal Ozier (731) 968- 3239
Lexington Historic Museum
Greet customers, Clean and arrange exhibits
Diane Berryman (731) 695-0567
First United Methodist Church Lexington
Assist with Food Pantry, bagging groceries, carry groceries to vehicles
Patricia (731) 968-2116
Dixie St Kennels- Lexington
Feed and walk dogs, clean facility
Suzye Montgomery (731) 614-1135
Friends of Natchez Trace- Wildersville
Opportunity Available Second Saturday of Each Month. Assist with park cleanup and setting up trail signs
Greg Taylor Park Ranger (731) 968-3742
Linden Animal Clinic-
Tri County Animal Clinic- Waynesboro
Prestige Physical Therapy-Linden
Hohenwald Animal Hospital
South Central Human Resource Agency-Linden
Volunteer with the Commodity Truck
Perry County Schools
Volunteer with campus clean up
Billy Ray Yarbo (931) 589-2831
Hope Botanical Garden- Leoma
Volunteer opportunities include building paths, building plant beds, spreading rock, and planting flowers, shrubs, and trees
Jerry (931) 244- 1248
Lawrence County Substance Abuse
Help build quick kits
Alicia (931) 244-5533
Lawrencc County Chamber of Commerce
Please reach out to the Chamber for a list of Community Service Opportunities
Unicoi County Volunteer Fire Department
Participants can spend time at the fire station and engage in activities such as cleaning trucks and learning from the volunteer firefighters. With additional training they can go along on the truck for calls. They always need volunteers.
Contact Chief Wesley Hensley: 423-220-6912
Or at Unicoichief@gmail.com
Christian Care Center of Unicoi
Students can participate in games with the Senior Residents, Reading to residents and/or Cleaning.
Contact Activities Director: Jennifer Byrd 743-0373
CHIPS-Change is Possible Family Violence Shelter
Students would be working in the local Thrift store. They would help with hanging clothing, organizing racks, tagging, putting stock away and cleaning.
Contact Becca at 743-0022 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Unicoi County Public Library
Shelving books, gardening, assisting with programs for children, programs with Senior Citizens
Virtual Options: Book reviews (written or video) that they use online to promote literacy, book recommendations, shelfies or library hall photos-creative selfies to promote and/or a cover of a song and submit
Contact Teen Service Coordinator: Katrina Wilson 743-6533
American Cancer Society
Volunteers can help with general office duties, relay for life events, and other programs.
Contact: Jessica Poff, Community Representative at 423-282-7010 or Jessica.email@example.com or Tammie Richardson, Office Manager at 423-975-0635
American Heart Association
Promoting a healthy lifestyle for the prevention of heart disease and strokes. Volunteers can assist with Heart Walk events, health fairs, and expos.
Contact: Joette Street at 423-416-7740 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Boys and Girls Club of the Tri-Cities
Volunteers are needed at the Johnson City Boys and Girls Club in athletics and academic tutoring. The current contact for volunteer opportunities in tutoring, reading, and interacting with children during our afterschool program is Andee Atkins. Her email is email@example.com and her phone number is 423-461-4560. Anyone interested in volunteering with athletics, coaching, or umpiring can contact Tim Morgan at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 423-612-7800.
Children’s Advocacy Center
Combatting sexual abuse and physical abuse by coordinating and providing services to children in a safe, caring environment. Background check, interview, and applications are required. Volunteers will assist with school-based presentations, office work, fundraising, etc.
Contact 423-926-6528 for more info.
Coalition For Kids
Did you know that there are many hands-on volunteer opportunities at Coalition For Kids during the school year and summers? Now is the time to have fun with our Coalition Kids! Homework help, reading, or just playing games with children is part of the fun we have with our kids here at C4K.
Contact Cindy Young, Volunteer Coordinator at 434-2031 and come be part of an organization that is changing lives. www.coalitionforkids.org
Cornerstone Christian Village North
Cornerstone Christian Village North is always looking for volunteers to interact with residents in a variety of capacities. Singing, crafts, Bingo, or any other type of interaction is encouraged.
If interested in working with senior citizens, please call Lisa Brewington at 423-232-8200 for more information.
God’s Corner Thrift Store
God’s Corner Thrift Store can always use volunteers. They need help in sorting and hanging up clothing. Contact us at 423-929-1915 for more information. Hours 9:00 to 3:30 Saturday 9:00 to 2:00
Good Samaritan Ministries
Help needed with the food pantry, front desk, thrift store, sorting and shelving donations, and various other programs.
Contact: Dessie Oliver or Bud Campbell at 423-928-0288 or email@example.com
Here and Now Motherhood
Here and Now Motherhood in downtown Johnson City is a maternal health nonprofit that offers yoga and other educational/support services and self-improvement type classes to moms- with children. Childcare is always available- for free!
Any student interested in volunteering should contact Jenna Upton at firstname.lastname@example.org
Website: www.hereandnowmotherhood.org http://www.hereandnowmotherhood.org/
James H Quillen V.A. Medical Center
Looking for volunteers to help out our nation’s heroes. A wide range of volunteer opportunities are available depending on your interest and availability.
Contact: Stephanie Justus at 423-926-1171 ext 2470 or Stephanie.email@example.com
Johnson City Community Theatre
The Johnson City Community Theatre is looking for volunteers!
Students interested in helping in local theatre productions should contact David Hyde at firstname.lastname@example.org to coordinate times etc. Saturdays from 10 to 2 are especially needed times. There are lots of fun jobs to take on!
Johnson City Country Club
The Johnson City Country Club has a myriad of opportunities available for students including pool cleaning and maintenance as well as working with kids in various activities and games, crafts, etc.
If interested, please contact Greg Saunders at: 423-646-7799 or email@example.com
Johnson City Major Little League
Johnson City Major Little League is looking for high school students that need hours. They would keep the scoreboard and scorebook during Little League games.
Contact: Danielle Grindstaff #(423)946-4331.
Johnson City Medical Center
Volunteers needed at the gift shop, information desk, and in medical records.
Contact: Jackie O’Sullivan at 423-431-3543 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Johnson City Public Library
There are many opportunities for teens to volunteer at the Johnson City Public Library. Apply to volunteer once a week in one of our various departments of the library assisting with shelving, processing, and displays. Join the Teen Advisory Board to share what the library can do for you. Sign up for the Stories to Service program for a unique volunteer project combining book clubs and community service projects.
Contact Katelyn Wolfe at 423-434-4349 for more information.
Meals on Wheels
Volunteers are needed to deliver meals Monday through Friday between 9 am and noon in the Johnson City area. Great for the summertime!
Contact Karen Parker at 423-483-8409 or email@example.com
NAIA Volunteer Time We are looking for students who are needing volunteer hours.
Elisa Britt, Executive Secretary The Chamber of Commerce serving Johnson City/Jonesborough/Washington County
603 E. Market Street Johnson City, TN. 37601 (P) 423-461-8006 (F) 423-4618047
One Acre Café
A community restaurant for everyone! Volunteers needed to prepare and serve food, clean tables, wash and dry dishes, and perform general maintenance/cleaning.
Contact: 423-483-0517 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Red Cross Blood Center
Volunteers needed to greet people in the canteen.
Contact: Gwen Hunter at 423-928-7541 ext 13 or email@example.com
Onsite volunteer training is provided at Small Miracle on an on-going basis.
To get started and to explore volunteer opportunities, please contact our volunteer coordinator, Linda McBride at firstname.lastname@example.org or 423-349-1111 or Sherri Russel at email@example.com
Small Miracles Therapeutic Equestrian Center
Small Miracles Therapeutic Equestrian Center, Inc. is a Christian-based, non-profit corporation in Kingsport, TN founded through love to enhance the physical, emotional, social, and cognitive growth of persons with special needs by means of therapeutic equine-assisted activities. Small Miracles depends on the generous support of its volunteers and donors to maintain the excellence of its facility and programs. Small Miracles is always in need of volunteers in both the barn and lessons. Volunteers can choose to commit to as little or as much time as their schedule allows.
Please feel free to contact Cassandra Dilley with any questions by phone (423-349-1111) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org). Also, please visit our website at small-miracles.org