Tag Archives: Non-profit
Thoughts on how better to serve the homelessness situation in Knoxville.
Did you know that for $40 a year YWCA Knoxville offers a place to swim and take classes? Neither did we. Learn why this organization wants to be 1,000 Strong.
Our goal at Knoxify is to “bring readers an insiders view on what makes Knoxville, TN great. We also want to emphasize our drive to spark conversation. Building a better community one comment at a time is where it’s at.” Part of what makes Knoxville great are the numerous non-profit agencies that work to meet[ ] Read More »
One of our readers was kind enough to point us in the direction of the Tennessee Adoption Tour. On Friday, October 10th, the group will ride into World’s Fair Park around 5:30PM. If you’re itching to hop on your bike, check their site for more information.
More than 40 children call Rancho 3m Christian Orphanage and School home. I spent the first week of July with the children at staff at Rancho 3m along with a group from my church. Located near Juarez, Mexico, most kids have come to the Ranch because of abandonment, sexual abuse, or imprisoned parents. By gazing[ ] Read More »
Beginning today, the Young Professionals of Knoxville (YPK) will accept nominations for new members. Brandon and I co-founded YPK in 2006 and the group now boasts over 80 dynamic members who were all hand selected by Knoxville’s top business leaders. With the nomination process we hope to continue our run of attracting top-shelf young professionals[ ] Read More »