Anna Bennett Curtis rounded up her closest friends and a few classmates and created a video of each student sharing encouraging quotes to nursing home residents who aren't able to have visitors amid COVID-19 restrictions.
Church members went to Family Bubbles laundromat in Knoxville on Saturday morning, offering to pay for washing and drying services for customers. The group does this as a way to minister to the community.
Tiffany and Johnnie Skinner applied for a Habitat for Humanity home two years ago and were originally denied. Several months later, Tiffany re-applied and received the call of a lifetime, said she was approved and could come check out some property to start building a house on.
Colgate-Palmolive’s Morristown, Tennessee Oral Care manufacturing facility put a new spin on how they reinforce the importance of quality assurance through a collaborative “Build a Bike” challenge that empowered employees to sharpen their skills while assembling children’s bicycles for charity.
Two KARM Berea students were surprised with cars two days before Christmas. KARM's Berea is a six-week program that helps homeless people get back on their feet. Andrew Mosley and Tammy Jeffries are both current students in the program. By the end they will have worked 200 hours, taken 200 hours of life-skill classes, and volunteered for 36 hours.