What is one way you plan to support local nonprofits on #GivingTuesday?

This Giving Tuesday is one of the most important days of the year for our local nonprofits. In the first quarter of 2020 nonprofits saw a 6% loss in giving and they could see more than $25 billion that would have been given to nonprofits this year lost because of the pandemic.

In addition 35% of Americans expect to donate less money or no money to charitable causes in the coming year and more than half (52%) of Americans do not plan to volunteer or will volunteer less next year.

Campbell County nonprofits need our support more than ever. They help our communities stay great places to live and contribute to the quality of life we enjoy. 

Local Non-Profits:

Mid Cumberland

Community Health of East Tennessee

Springs of Life Foundation

Lafollette Housing Authority 

Campbell Outdoors Recreation Association

Campbell Culture Coalition 

Friends of Campbell County 

Campbell County Children’s Center

Casa of Campbell County

Campbell County Historic Society

Tennessee Valley Coalition for the Homeless

Campbell County Christian Learning Center

Habitat for Humanity

Senior Citizens Assisted Living

Emory Valley Center

Campbell County Veterans Affair 

South Campbell County Rotary Club

United Way of Anderson County

Open Arms Ministry

Spay Campbell County Pets

Postmark Lafollette

The Harbor

New Freedom Ministries

First Presbyterian Church

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