Secret City Gives 2016-12-19T11:23:41+00:00
Be a part of the biggest day of giving in the southeast! This November, Anderson County is introducing Secret City Gives. Part of the national Giving Tuesday movement, Secret City Gives is a challenge to our community: to unite, to be generous, and to make #SecretCityGives the most successful day of giving in Tennessee.

Nine local nonprofits are joining hands in an effort to maximize the power of individual donations and make it easier for residents to give back to the community as a whole. This agency partnership represents the unity and collaboration we hope to see from our community. Together, we can offer more, do more, and reach farther.

Join us on November 29 to make this the greatest Secret City Giving yet!

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The United Way of Anderson County improves lives by mobilizing the caring power of our community to advance the common good. We focus on Youth Development, Self-Sufficiency, and Senior & Health Services—the building blocks for a good life and strong community.

Aid to Distressed Families of Appalachian Counties (ADFAC) is an independent nonprofit agency serving Anderson County residents, including helping families in urgent need with basic survival necessities and helping to preserve/improve existing housing.

Boys & Girls Club of the Clinch Valley gives more than 1,200 young people, aged 7-17, professional leadership, counseling, facilities, and equipment for diversified programs of daily activities.

CASA of the Tennessee Heartland provides trained volunteers to serve as advocates for children who need juvenile court protection as a result of allegations of abuse and/or neglect.

Contact Careline, Inc. provides telephone listening/counseling, information/referral, and suicide prevention services.Volunteers are available 8 am till 11pm, all calls are anonymous and confidential. Also provides a reassurance program to contact elderly and homebound or disabled clients daily to check on their well-being.

Girls Incorporated of Oak Ridge helps girls to become self-sufficient, responsible citizens, and serves as a vigorous advocate for girls, focusing on special needs and support of each other.

TORCH – Trinity Outreach Center of Hope assists homeless individuals and families by connecting them to the services, programs, and resources they need to overcome barriers and achieve self-sufficiency.

Habitat for Humanity of Anderson County is an ecumenical ministry that builds simple, decent and affordable houses with participating families, working with diverse individuals, organizations, and faith communities to serve others.

Family Resource Center assists “at risk” children and their families in the prevention and eradication of problems that interfere with their ability to become fully functioning and independent members of their community.

Free Medical Clinic provides no-charge primary care and wellness services to low-income, uninsured residents of Anderson, Morgan and Roane counties who otherwise would not have access to the medical care they need.