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  • AmeriCorps in Tennessee

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  • Volunteer Tennessee

    Governor’s Commission on Volunteerism and Service

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  • Tennessee Conference on Volunteerism and Service-Learning

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  • Governor’s Volunteer Stars Awards

    Recognizing excellence in volunteerism

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  • Award of Excellence for Schools

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  • Volunteer Opportunities

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    COVID Resources

    COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS) RESOURCES 

    Up-to-date information, guidance, and resources on COVID-19 can be found here.

     

    2022-2024 State Service Plan – Public Input

    Volunteer Tennessee, the Governor’s commission on volunteerism and service, seeks public input to develop a new State Service Plan that will set the agency’s strategic direction for the next three years.  Once developed, the new State Service Plan will advocate service and volunteerism as strategies to meet critical community needs, including service through programs funded under National Service laws. 

    We value input from stakeholders across Tennessee and invite you to provide your feedback on the daft plan by attending a virtual listening session.  Click here for more information on the State Service Plan Virtual Listening Sessions.

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    Volunteer Tennessee

    The mission of Volunteer Tennessee is to encourage volunteerism and community service. Volunteer Tennessee is the 25-member bipartisan citizen board appointed by the Governor to oversee AmeriCorps and service-learning programs and to advance volunteerism and citizen service to solve community problems in the Volunteer State. 

    Get the latest news on service in the state and updates on funding opportunities. Click here to sign up for the Volunteer Tennessee monthly newsletter.

     

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    Friends of Volunteer Tennessee

    Interested in helping strengthen volunteerism in Tennessee?  Click here to donate to Friends of Volunteer Tennessee. Friends of Volunteer Tennessee is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization created to support the programs and services of Volunteer Tennessee, including fundraising and receiving donations, overseeing grants and training services, and supporting the Tennessee Conference on Volunteerism and Service-Learning and the Governor’s Volunteer Stars Awards