A publication of Appalachian Voices

A publication of Appalachian Voices

Volunteering in Tennessee


An open space in Knoxville for sharing art, music and educational programs, Birdhouse functions as a venue for voices otherwise not given much space in the community. This multi-faceted building serves as a community center for do-it-yourself workshops, gardening, and exhibition space for artists, musicians and comedians. Volunteers maintain the space and help with tasks such as grant writing and bookkeeping. Commitment of 5 hours per week preferred. 18 years or older. Get involved! Visit birdhouseknoxville.comK. Boyajian

Trips for Kids Mountain Bike Ride Mentor Program

Help instruct urban youth in Chattanooga on how to ride a bike and provide an outdoor experience for these students through the Mountain Bike Ride Mentor Program with Southeast Youth Corps. Trips for Kids participants also work with the Chattanooga Parks Department on conservation projects in addition to weekly bike rides. Volunteers must be able to commit approximately 5 hours per week/per ride. 16+ with an adult, 18+ without supervision. Get involved! Call 423-664-2344 or visit southeastyc.orgK. Boyajian

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