The Partnership depends on dedicated volunteers to provide crucial services to our neighbors in need. Help Partnership by Volunteering!
Camp HOPE America - Chattanooga
To learn more contact Michelle Howard at [email protected] or 423.805.6126.
- Volunteers will be serve as a camp counselor throughout monthly programs and summer camp. These activities will be outdoors as much as possible and they will typically be 2-3 hours in length. We will offer at least one weekend of camping during the spring for those able to attend. Expected volunteer time would be no more than 5 hours a month with the exception of a camping event.
To learn more contact Wendy Winters at [email protected] or 423.421.4332
- Offer assistance to elderly and/or disabled clients in meeting the needs of daily living. Volunteer activities range from taking care of household needs and lawn care to shopping for groceries and quality telephone conversation or friendly visits. “Mr. Fix-it” volunteers are also needed to assist with minor home repairs.
Caring and concerned individuals are invited to be trained (16 hours) and certified as Volunteer Ombudsman Representatives (VORS) who visit residents of long term care facilities to listen to their concerns/problems and serve as advocates on their behalf.
To learn more contact Karen Nichols at [email protected] or 423.618.8189
- Provide adolescents who are aging out of Foster Care with mentoring/academic tutoring and assist them in preparing for a self-sufficient life in our community.
Teach a class ranging from life skills to financial education to youth aging out of foster care at Partnership’s I.A.M. Ready Center
Retired Seniors Volunteer Program
To learn more contact Mariko Tinaya at [email protected] or click here
- The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program’s mission is to assist volunteers age 55 and over find meaningful volunteer opportunities in which they can share their experience, abilities and skills for the betterment of their community and themselves. It is specially designed to provide a variety of opportunities to meet your interests and time. You decide how much time to give, where you want to serve and the type of work you do!
Victim Support Services
To learn more contact Amy Carlton at [email protected] or 423.755.2848
- Volunteer as a Court Advocate, Victim’s Advocate or Hotline Responder. Render personal support to traumatized families and individuals through services ranging from a “Hotliner” responding to calls for help, to caring for children in the shelter, to assisting with the court adjudication of cases. Intensive training is required and regularly offered in direct care volunteer positions.