Our Mission is to join communities, build and strengthen neighbor relations, and work side by side with residents to address community-wide concerns linking resources supportive of a healthy, safe and economically vibrant standard of living.

Featured Programs

 Provides meals to children in Applachia during the summer months when school is not in session.

EDUCATION PROGRAM

Offers children academic assistance, school supplies and the support they need to be successful in school.

HOME REHABILITATION

Provides families with safe and stable housing, including repairing roofs, floors, rotting porches and stairs and more .

Our Partners

Our Impact

3000 Coats4Americans.

3000 Coats4Americans.

Our Goal, with you, this Giving Tuesday.  Provide 3,000 winter coats to youth and adults in Appalachia. Winter is not just coming, but it has already arrived in the mountains of Appalachia where the low temperature in the small town of War, in McDowell County, West...

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Warmth for Winter

Warmth for Winter

Winter is not just coming, but it has already arrived in the mountains of Appalachia where the low temperature in the small town of War, in McDowell County, West Virginia is predicted to drop to 27 degrees on Sunday, November 13, and where our partner there, Big Creek...

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Repairing Homes in critical need of help

Repairing Homes in critical need of help

In rural Jefferson, Cocke, Grainger, and Hamblin counties in northeastern Appalachian Tennessee, our longtime partner there, Appalachian Ministries (AMOS) operates a home rehab program for the elderly, disabled, veterans, and other homeowners living in substandard...

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Barefeet program

Barefeet program

Many of us have fond childhood memories of running barefoot on manicured lawns on warm summer days with the carefully tended, freshly cut grass poking up through between our toes. Following that is the excitement of having your mom or dad take you to a local shoe...

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Providing health care for the most needy

Providing health care for the most needy

In White County, GA, there is one doctor physician for nearly 4,000 residents.  That’s more than four times the national average of 631 per physician.  That’s why, without our partner, Community Helping Hands Clinic (CHHC) in Cleveland, Georgia, hundreds of...

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