The mission of Volunteer Tennessee is to encourage volunteerism and community service.
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To find information about donating or volunteering for Hurricane Dorian relief, please visit Volunteer Florida www.volunteerflorida.org, Georgia Emergency Management Agency https://gema.georgia.gov/get-involved/donations-volunteers or South Carolina Emergency Management Division https://www.scemd.org/. DO NOT collect or send donated items unless
there is a specific request for those items from a responding agency. In most cases, cash donations are the best and most effective way to help people impacted by disasters. DO NOT SELF-DEPLOY to volunteer in the affected area. You should only travel to volunteer as part of an officially deployed volunteer team.
- Volunteer Tennessee Receives $5.3 Million in AmeriCorps Funding
- Volunteer Tennessee Receives $4.4 Million in AmeriCorps Funding
- Volunteer Tennessee Seeks input for 2019-2021 State Plan
- Volunteer Tennessee holding AmeriCorps Targeted Priority Grant Information Sessions around the state.
- Volunteer Tennessee launches Seal of Approval program to recognize K-12 schools engaged in volunteerism and service.