Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI)
Alzheimer's Association of East Tennessee
Amateur Radio Club
American Association of University Women (Knoxville)
American Institute of Architects East Tennessee Chapter - The AIA supports efforts to create livable cities that are inviting, affirming expressions of community life. The AIA strives to meet the needs and interests of the nation's architects and the people they serve, by developing awareness of the value of architecture and the importance of good design. This web site serves as a guide to the design and construction process and as a gateway to the services and events offered by the AIA East Tennessee Chapter.
American Marketing Association - Knoxville Chapter The American Marketing Association provides educational and professional development activities as well as social and networking opportunities for East Tennessee marketing professionals.
American Red Cross, Knoxvlle Chapter
American Society for Training & Development, Smoky Mountain Chapter - The Smoky Mountain Chapter of the American Society of Training and Development (ASTD) is an active group of professionals, whose primary purpose is to promote excellence, competence and the professional development of our members in the workforce learning and performance field.
Amputee Coalition of America The National Limb Loss Information Center (NLLIC), was established by the Amputee Coalition of America as an information clearinghouse serving people who have limb differences, their families and friends, healthcare providers, and the general public. Anyone needing assistance, education, information, referrals or would like contact with other amputees across the country can reach an NLLIC Information Specialist toll free.
Asteria Dancing Group
Atomic City Sportsmen Club, Inc. (ACSC, Inc.) - Organized in 1969 as a charitable and educational organization to aid the youth, underprivileged, and charitable organizations in the Oak Ridge area; known as a positive role model for youth of all ethnic backgrounds and cultures.
Beardsley Community Farm - Beardsley Community Farm is an urban demonstration farm that grows organic produce and houses bee colonies and free-range chickens. All the food we grow is donated to local food pantries, volunteers and others in need of fresh produce. We work with community members and provide tools to help them grow their own food and learn about the financial and environmental benefits of home food production.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of East Tennessee (BBBSETN) changes the community through the power of one-to-one mentoring. With a mission to help children reach their full potential, BBBSETN pairs at-risk and disadvantaged youth with screened, caring adult volunteer mentors and then provides ongoing professional support for the mentoring relationships. While nearly 700 children are being mentored in East Tennessee, more than 150 children are waiting for a mentor. More volunteers are needed! The time commitment averages 3 times a month for two-three hours per visit. There is no cost to the volunteer. Volunteers interested in becoming a Big Brothers Big Sisters mentor may sign up for an informational orientation by calling 523-2179 x 27 or email@example.com.
Boy Scout Troop 911 - Erin Presbyterian Church of Bearden Company. Boy Scouts of America, Great Smoky Mountain Council, Toqua District, Troop 911, Erin Presbyterian Church of Bearden. Information about our troop and its goals and activities
Boy Scouts, GSMC Troop 17
Briarcliff Community Club
Cades Cove Preservation Association, The - established to preserve the heritage of the Cades Cove community, located in Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
CCFH Ministries - CCFH Ministries manages an independent living program, as well as two residential living programs for those with disabilities. We enable others through training and resources to effectively minister to persons with disabilities. CCFH seeks partnerships with churches and organizations to better meet the needs of people with disabilities nationwide.
Celebrate Recovery, Cokesbury Center - Have you ever heard anyone say, "He's a hopeless drunk," or "She doesn't have a hope of getting over her habit?" Have you ever felt hopeless? Most of us who struggle with addictions know what it is to feel hopeless. We know, first hand, what it's like to want to change a destructive habit and not be able to. We know what it feels like when everyone in the world, our friends, families, and even we ourselves, have given up. There is no more lonely, more isolated or more lost feeling than hopelessness.
Celebrate Recovery, Faith Promise - can provide you a safe place to share your experiences, strengths and hopes with others who are going through the "Principles" in a Christ-Centered recovery. It will provide you with a leader who has gone through a similar hurt, hang-up on habit that will facilitate the group as it focuses on a particular Step each week. The ministry can provide you the opportunity to work through a plan to become free of addictive, compulsive and dysfunctional behaviors, which may or may not include drug/alcohol addiction.
Cherokee Forest Voices
Children's International Summer Villages - Children's International Summer Villages is a unique independent, non-profit, non-political volunteer organization that offers children and adults the opportunity to make new friendships worldwide and understand and appreciate different cultures. Every summer, CISV brings together children and young people from all over the world to foster international understanding and friendships in the hope of achieving peaceful solutions to worldwide problems.
Christian Church Foundation for the Handicapped - Christian Church Foundation for the Handicapped (CCFH) exists to make a difference in the lives of persons with disabilites and their families. Through residential and educational services we strive to educate, advocate, assist, develop, and improve.
Churches and Religious Organizations
Citizens for Police Review
Coal Creek Clean Stream Initiative (CCCSI)
Community Mediation Center - provides mediation services to courts, schools, businesses, community groups and individuals using volunteers who have been specially selected and trained as mediators. Also offer sfacilitation services, conflict management training, and educational presentations provided by a trained professional staff.
Compassion Coalition - To inform, prepare, and unite churches to transform lives and communities through the love of Christ. We strive to walk alongside Knoxville-area churches who earnestly desire to slow down and respond to the cry of the suffering, the broken, and the abandoned within their congregations and out in the community. We believe that transformation begins to occur when churches prayerfully go out to serve existing ministries of compassion and justice already in the community, while also initiating and sustaining non-existing ministries both within and outside their membership.
Complementary Health Education Organization - a non-profit group designed to educate the public about alternative, holistic, complementary and integrative health practices; and to create a supportive network for practitioners and persons interested in these modalities.
Council of ET Square and Round Dance Clubs
Court Appointed Special Advocates of East Tennessee (CASA) - CASA volunteers are ordinary citizens who are trained to work alongside attorneys and social workers as officers of the court, appointed by a judge to speak up for abused and neglected children. We are always in need of volunteers.
Crutcher Memorial Youth Enrichment Center
Disability Resource Center
Dogwood Arts Festival
East Tennessee Ballroom Dance Club
East Tennessee Community Design Center - Better Communities By Design, a nonprofit organization created in 1970 that provides architectural, planning and design assistance to community groups in urban and rural East Tennessee
East Tennessee Clean Fuels Coalition (ETCFC) - a group of people who live, work and play in East Tennessee, who are working together to reduce dependence on foreign oil and improve regional air quality and sustainability.
East Tennessee Computer Society
East Tennessee Geological Society
East Tennessee Grotto
East Tennessee Historical Society
East Tennessee Information & Referral, Inc. - A comprehensive database of health and community services for the Greater Knoxville area including the 8 surrounding counties. The database provides telephone assistance and online assistance in finding help from social services.
East Tennessee Macintosh Users Group - ETMUG promotes the use of Macintosh computers in the Knoxville/Oak Ridge area with monthly meetings on the 3rd Tuesday of every month.
East Tennessee Oracle Users Group
East Tennessee Riding Club
East Tennessee Vegetarian Society
Ellen Renshaw House Chapter No. 2624 United Daughters of the Confederacy - Ellen Renshaw House Chapter 2624, Knoxville, Tennessee, is a chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, the oldest patriotic lineal organization in the country; whose members strive to honor the memory of their Confederate ancestors, preserve Southern culture and heritage, and educate others about the true history of the War Between the States.
Families Anonymous - Peninsula Lighthouse Group - Help for adult family members and friends concerned about someone's use of alcohol or drugs. We are a warm, welcoming and non-judgmental group. No fees. No sign-up. Come as you are. 7:15-8:15pm Wednesdays - 6800 Baum Dr, off Northshore Dr, 2 blocks south of Kingston Pike.
FISH of Knox County
Florence Crittenton Agency - The Florence Crittenton Agency is a 55 bed comprehensive residential facility that provides treatment, education, involvement and continued care for young women in crisis. Clients receive the opportunity to achieve healthy, happy and productive lives in a safe nourishing environment.
Foothills Land Conservancy
Foundation for Global Sustainability
Fountain City, Tennessee - Includes history, bios on notorious Fountain citians, and historical buildings.
Friends of the Gardens - A non-profit, independent organization established in 1992 to support and advance the Trial Gardens at The University of Tennessee. Support activities include fundraising for additional studies, continued maintenance and development of the Gardens, internships, trips, and educational programs to benefit the region's home gardeners, landscapers and commercial growers.
Friends of Literacy - Friends of Literacy is a private, nonprofit corporation established in 1991 to provide financial and volunteer support to adult and family literacy programs in Knox County.
Gethsemane International, Inc. - provide a home, education, and tender loving care to abandoned children and AIDS orphans in Africa.
Golden Glove Charities, Inc.
The Great Smoky Mountains Koi Club & Pond Society - An active and friendly club for people who are interested in the study and enjoyment of Koi and ponds. Monthly meetings provide a variety of activities, including lectures, pond tours, field trips, and Koi shows, as well as an opportunity to meet other enthusiasts. Also publish a monthly newsletter called Fish Tails.
Historic Old North Knoxville - Old North Knoxville, Inc. (ONK) was established to preserve, promote and protect the neighborhood. It is a residential/business district built from the 1880's to the 1940's, just north of downtown Knoxville.
Historic 4th and Gill Neighborhood - Site features the Fourth and Gill downtown neighborhood and activities such as the annual home tour, neighborhood calendar of events, issue forums, and homes for sale.
Hope Reins - Hope Reins,a unique non-profit youth ranch and horse rescue,combines horses who have been abandoned, abused or neglected with at-risk or socially disadvantaged youth to bring about hope, healing and change. Hope Resource Center - addressing the needs of young women and men facing unplanned pregnancies and/or difficult sitautions because of poor choices regarding sexual behavior.
Horticultural Inspection Society, Southern Chapter, H.I.S.S.C.
Keep Knoxville Beautiful, Inc. - mission is to promote a cleaner, greener, more beautiful community. An affiliate of Keep America Beautiful since 1978. Site includes information about how to organize community litter cleanups and an on line form to report illegal littering.
Kiwanis Club of Northside Knoxville
KnoxAchieves provides an opportunity for Knox County public high school graduates from the class of 2011 to receive up to $3000 annually for community college tuition. Volunteers donate funds to provide a college education to a student who would otherwise lack the opportunity as well their time mentoring students as they transitionfrom high school to college. Students volunteer their time participating in at least one community service project every year.
Knox Caucus Area of the Tennessee Native American Convention - Holds the elections for area nominees to the Tennessee Commission on Indian Affairs. Serves Anderson, Blount, Grainger, Jefferson, Knox, Loudon, Roane, Sevier and Union counties.
Knoxville Area Community Center for the Deaf
Knoxville Area Dulcimer Club
Knoxville Area Pipe Smokers - The club is open to anyone who enjoys the pleasure of pipe smoking, collecting pipes, trying new tobacco and the companionship and fellowship with other smokers and collectors.
Knoxville Area Task Force on Eating Disorders
Knoxville Bipolar Disorder Support Group - The Knoxville Bipolar Disorder Support Group is a weekly meeting for people with bipolar disorder. We meet at 10:00 am Saturdays at Messiah Lutheran Church on the corner of Kingston Pk. and Papermill Rd. Completely confidential.
Knoxville Christian Youth Bands - a non-profit organization meeting the music educational needs of East Tennessee's homeschool students. Private and public school musicians are welcome! Considered one of the finest student band programs in the Southeast, the Knoxville Christian Youth Bands is a perfect music outlet for the motivated student.
Knoxville Gem and Mineral Society
Knoxville Hate Crimes Working Group
Knoxville League of Women Voters
Knoxville Legal Aid Society - Publicly funded law office providing free legal services to low income people living in one of four counties in east Tennessee: Knox, Blount, Loudon, and Sevier.
Knoxville National Organization for Women
Knoxville Observers - A hobby group which organizes star parties for observing, photographing and imaging the night sky. Meetings offer hands on workshops, such as collimating a Newtonian, preparing star charts on a computer, planning an observing session, enhancing a CCD image and many others. Member and guest speakers give presentations on all aspects of astronomy.
Knoxville Parliamentarian Unit
Knoxville Pipes and Drums Home Page
Knoxville Recycling Coalition
Knoxville Rowing Association - The Knoxville Rowing Association seeks to promote the sport of rowing through instruction and equipment use to area youth and adults, and by hosting nationally-recognized rowing competitions.
Knoxville Ski Club
Knoxville Volunteer Emergency Rescue Squad
Knoxville Writers' Guild
League of Women Voters (Knoxville-Knox County)
Lions Club, District 12-N
MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) - The mission of Mothers Against Drunk Driving is to stop drunk driving, support the victims of this violent crime and to prevent underage drinking.
Mediation Association of TN (Knoxville Chapter)
Metropolitan Drug Commission - The Metropolitan Drug Commission (MDC) is a non-profit organization assisting families, schools, businesses, congregations and the citizens of East Tennessee with sustance abuse related issues. The MDC website contains drug information, an alcohol screening tool, local treatment resources and prevention tips for parents.
Military Family Support - Write letters to our military from Knoxville; lend support to their families.
New Providence Lodge No. 128
Newborns in Need - Newborns in Need is a 501(c)3 nonprofit charity that donates essential baby care items to hospitals, homeless shelters, health depts and other organizations that provide for the needs of premature and newborn babies that are sick or in economic crisis.
Oliver Springs Historical Society - History, depot museum, photos, membership
Open Doors TN - NEW Open Doors TN is an organization dedicated to identifying "accessibility-friendly" locations in Knoxville and the surrounding counties in the disability and business communities.
Positive East Tennesseans - Positive East Tennesseans aka P.E.T. is an Hiv advocacy group for anyone infected or affected by Hiv/Aids. The group will advocate for patients rights and services here in East Tennessee, statewide, on a national and global level.
Preschool Cooperative of Knoxville
Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic
Restore Knoxville and East Tennessee - Provides authoritative restoration techniques and old house resources for the metropolitan Knoxville area.
Safe Haven Center (formerly the Sexual Assault Crisis Center of Knoxville).
Salvation Army - Knoxville office
SCORE - a nonprofit, all-volunteer association dedicated to entrepreneurial education and the formation, growth, and success of small businesses nationwide. A resource partner with the US Small Business Administration, SCORE has 389 chapters and 10,500 volunteers nationwide. Locally, the Greater Knoxville SCORE Chapter with over 30 experienced business men and women volunteer time to work with entrepreneurs, small business owners, and nonprofit organizations in 19 East Tennessee counties.
Second Harvest Food Bank of East Tennessee
Sertoma Center, Inc.
Sierra Club, Harvey Broome Group
Sister City Support Organization
Smoky Mountain Bulldog Club
Smoky Mountain Harmony Show Chorus - Smoky Mountain Harmony Show Chorus is an award winning, blue ribbon chorus comprised of women from all walks of life who just love to sing and perform in 4-part harmony in the barbershop style. Our chorus provides fun, family-oriented entertainment to our community. We are a chapter of Sweet Adelines International, a worldwide organization of nearly 25,000 women singers committed to advancing the musical art form of barbershop harmony through education and performances. Smoky Mountain Orchid Society - Knoxville orchid enthusiast group promoting education, growing advice, help with pests/problems, and flower presentation. Meetings are held monthly at the UT College of Veterinary Medicine. Smoky Mountain Quilters of Tennessee
Smoky Mountain WoodturnersSociety of Professional Journalists (ET Chapter)
Sons of Confederate Veterans (Longstreet-Zollicoffer Camp #87 of Knoxville) - The SCV is the direct heir of the United Confederate Veterans, and the oldest hereditary organization for male descendants of Confederate soldiers. Organized at Richmond, Virginia in 1896, the SCV continues to serve as a historical, patriotic, and non-political organization dedicated to insuring that a true history of the 1861-1865 period is preserved.
Spiritwatch Ministries - The SpiritWatch is an outreach ministry of the TVBSA, an EMNR member, which has been dedicated since 1993 to the defense of the historic Christian faith, the restoration of those adversely impacted by cultic, occultic and antichristian teachings and philosophies, and the training of the Body of Christ in East Tennessee to do likewise. We do this through seminars, a 24 hour phone ministry, and free counseling. We are an outreach of the Westmore Church of God in Cleveland.
Statewide Organizing for Community eMpowerment - A non-profit Tennessee grassroots citizen's organization working for environmental, social, and economic justice, in areas such as forestry, strip mining, toxic issues, tax reform, dismantling racism -- and other issues on a local level.
Tanasi Girl Scout Council
Technical Society of Knoxville
Tennessee Citizens for Wilderness Planning
Tennessee Clean Water Network (TCWN)- TCWN is the only statewide organization committed to protecting water quality through policy research and community organizing.
Tennessee Inventors Association - Tennessee Inventors Association (TIA) is a non-profit organization for inventors and others interested in innovation and starting a business based on new products and ideas.
Tennessee Society of the Sons of the Revolution
Tennessee Valley Fair
The Florence Crittenton Agency - The Florence Crittenton Agency is a 55 bed comprehensive residential facility that provides treatment, education, involvement and continued care for young women in crisis. Clients receive the opportunity to achieve healthy, happy and productive lives in a safe nourishing environment.
Three Flights Up Gallery - Threeflightsup.com is the online home of Three Flights Up Gallery, an unconventional downtown gallery space for local Tennessee Artists. The gallery is a not-for-profit project operated by Artists for Artists that opens only for Downtown Knoxville's First Fridays (a walking gallery tour of downtown galleries on the first friday of each month). The website features information on upcoming shows at the gallery as well as images of artwork by the local artists that participate.Tiger Haven
Toys for Tots
Town Hall East, Inc.
Tribe One - Tribe One is a nonprofit organization that serves to empower young people toward academic excellence, leadership, and active citizenship in their community through the Children's Defense Fund Freedom Schools Program, after-school program, mentoring programs, and urban gardening program.
United Daughters of the Confederacy - The objectives of the national organization are historical, educational, benevolent, memorial, and patriotic. Honor the memory of those who served and fell in service to the Confederacy; protect, preserve and mark historic sites; collect and preserve the truthful history of the War Between the States; record the noble deeds of Southern women during and after the war; fulfill the sacred duty of benevolence toward the survivors and toward those dependent on them; assist descendants of veterans in securing an education; and to cultivate friendships among the members of the organization.
University of Tennessee Arboretum Society (UTAS) - a non-profit organization of volunteers throughout Tennessee, has assisted the 250-acre research and education Arboretum since 1965. UTAS provides volunteer support and funding for such projects as expanding plant collections, constructing educational facilities, the Endowment Fund and informing the public of the unique value and importance of University of Tennessee‚s Forest Resources Research and Education Center‚s Arboretum Project in Oak Ridge, Tennessee.
Wears Valley Ranch - Wears Valley Ranch is a Christian children's home and school that provides the Gospel, an individualized education and the love of carefully chosen house parents to deserving young people from crisis family situations.
Wisdom Keepers, Inc. - Culturally and historically accurate education "about" indigenous people "from" indigenous people. WKI's vision is to become the leading educational organization in creating a society that is not bound by skin color, culture, religion, or gender, but by values and accomplishments judged by knowledge and understanding.
Youth Villages - Youth Villages is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping children and families live successfully. We offer home-based counseling to children and families, and therapeutic foster care.
YWCA - Strengthened by diversity, the YWCA draws together members who strive to create opportunities for women's growth, leadership, and power in order to attain a common vision: peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all people.
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