The Johnson City Masonic Temple had a wonderful Christmas outreach for area children in need last year. And they give much of the credit for that blessing to their annual Lodge Steak Cookoff - an international competition qualifier that this year will play out as a double header.
With one of its most profitable fundraising months of the year sent to the pits by the COVID-19 postponement of the spring NASCAR races at Bristol, Speedway Children’s Charities is shifting gears
The past six weeks at Second Harvest Food Bank of Northeast Tennessee and the nonprofit One Acre Cafe on West Walnut Street have been reflective of two significant trends that emerged with the COVID-19 crisis - an unprecedented spike in the number of people who need help with food and an awe-inspiring surge in the number of people who want to help.
Local efforts to help Middle Tennessee communities in their recovery from Tuesday’s devastating tornadoes are underway and expected to continue for many weeks ahead.
The Community Help Center of Northeast Tennessee is gearing up for its annual Hunger Campaign, a two-month food drive challenge to help rural Washington County families in need.
Johnson City’s Lymphedema Treatment Act advocate Jennifer Hovatter is headed back to Washington for March 1st and 2nd Lobby Days on Capitol Hill.
Seasons of Hope is looking for low-income parents and grandparents interested in improving their prospects. Open enrollment for the nonprofit organization’s year-round HOPE Family program will be Sunday, Feb. 16, at the Summit Leadership Foundation in Johnson City.
100+ Tri-Cities Women Who Care have wrapped up a remarkable inaugural year more than $5,000 ahead of their goal to make a $40,000 impact on nonprofit service agencies of Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia.
Good Samaritan Ministries, The Wellness Center, Harmon Ice and Ballad Health have struck up a cool partnership to help the community family at risk in the depth of winter.
Select Seven Credit Union realizes the holiday can be tough financially for many families and is excited to be giving away 200 free turkeys to help with their holiday dinner.
Set for the evening of Dec. 12, this year’s Shopping for Others excursion will provide up to 200 of Johnson City’s neediest children a chance to experience the joy of giving to others at Christmas while meeting their needs for essential warm winter clothing.
This year’s Operation Christmas Child collection of gift filled shoe boxes for impoverished children around the world will wrap up on Monday, Nov. 25, at drop off sites across the Tri-Cities.
Songfest 2019, the most popular fundraiser of the year for the Family Promise network of churches across the greater Johnson City area helping homeless families with children get back on their feet, will play out Sunday afternoon at University Parkway Baptist Church.
Thousands of donated books, audiobooks, DVD films, music albums and more will be up for sale at handsomely discounted prices this weekend at the Johnson City Public Library.
Local artist Chasidy Hathorn has teamed up with One Acre Café to help the nonprofit diner where everyone eats regardless of their ability to pay fill more bellies and more hearts.