• Community Service Opportunities


  • American Cancer Society  

    American Cancer Society needs volunteers who can help with general office duties, relay for life events, and other programs.  Contact:  Jessica Poff, Community Representative at 423-282-7010 or Jessica.poff@cancer.org or Tammie Richardson, Office Manager at 423-975-0635

  • American Heart Association 

    American Heart Association promotes 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 joette.street@heart.org

  • Boys and Girls Club of the Tri-Cities

    Boys and Girls Club is in need of volunteers to help tutor, coach, read, play games, and interact with children.  A background check is required.  Contact:  Heather Logan at 423-461-4560 ext. 1002 or hlogan@gokidz.org

  • Coalition For Kids

    Did you know that there are many hands-on volunteer opportunities at Coalition For Kids during the school year and summer? 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 or email cyoung@coalitionforkids.org,  and become part of an organization that is changing lives.   www.coalitionforkids.org

  • Girls on the Run

    Girls on the Run needs assistant coaches, race day volunteers, and after school programs volunteers to help prepare girls for a lifetime of self-respect and healthy living.  Be a role model, demonstrating what it means to live confidently!  You don’t have to be a runner, just the passion to change girls’ lives!  Contact Becky Dunkleberger at 423-946-2234 or becky.dunkelberger@girlsontherun.org

  • Good Samaritan Ministries

    Good Samaritan Ministries needs help 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 dessie@goodsamjc.org

  • James H Quillen V.A. Medical Center

    V.A. Medical Center is looking for volunteers to help out our nation’s heroes. A wide range of volunteer opportunities are available depending on interest and availability.  Contact:  Stephanie Justus at 423-926-1171 ext 2470 or Stephanie.justus@va.gov

  • Meals on Wheels

    Meals on Wheels are in need of volunteers to deliver meals, Monday through Friday between 9 am and noon, in the Johnson City area.  This is a great opportunity to volunteer during the summer!  Contact Karen Parker at 423-483-8409 or kparker@fthra.org

  • Johnson City Medical Center

    Johnson City Medical Center needs volunteers at the gift shop, information desk, and in medical records.  Contact: Jackie O’Sullivan at 423-431-3543 or osullivanjt@msha.com

  • Johnson City Public Library

    Johnson City Public Library needs volunteers to clean, dust shelves, and keep the shelves in order.  Help is needed Monday through Thursday each week.  Contact:  Celeste Smedley at 423-434-4474 or celeste.smedley@jcpl.net

  • Red Cross Blood Center

    Red Cross Blood Center needs volunteers to greet people in the canteen.  Contact:  Gwen Hunter at 423-928-7541 ext 13 or huntergr@usa.redcross.org

  • Small Miracles Therapeutic Equestrian Center, Inc

    Small Miracles 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 (dilley@goldmail.etsu.edu). Also, please visit our website at small-miracles.org

  • Tree Streets Garden Project

    Tree Streets Garden Project, a community garden site, is helping produce vegetables for the local community.  Volunteers can work in the garden, mow grass, landscape, and much more.  Contact:  Lyn Govette at 734-330-4356 or visit them on Facebook at:  https://www.facebook.com/TreeStreetsGardenProjec