2018-19 Community of the Year
We are excited to announce that North Knoxville will be the Community of the Year from July 2018 through June 2019. For this fiscal year, we will focus on North Knoxville for cleanups, education, and beautification projects--while still helping out in other parts of the county. Join us by volunteering!
Here is what we have done since July 2018
- July 12: Emerald Youth Cleanup of Emerald Avenue.
- July 21: Cleanup in the Holler
- August 14: Ignite Serves Old city Graffiti Blitz
- August 16: Knoxville Leadership Foundation Cleanup of Central Avenue
- August 18: Cleanup on Broadway: Fountain City
- August 22: Lady Bosses of Knoxville: Enviornmentalism
- August 25: Trash Buster Adopt-A-Road Cleanup of Cline Road
- September 4: Adrian Burnett Elementary Staff Presentation
- September 6: Other Than Ourselves Cleanup at Central High
- September 8: North Knoxville Community Cleanup
- September 13: Recycling Trailer at Endeavor Summit
- September 23: Vineyard Church Cleanup of First Creek Park
- September 29: First Baptist Church- Powell cleanup of Emory Road
- September 30: Open Streets
- October 3: Christenberry Elementary School Community Service Club
- October 6: Second Creek Cleanup
- October 6: Fourth and Gill Cleanup
- October 9: Whittle Springs Middle School Outdoor Classroom Build
- October 10: ARC 3R's and Seed Bomb Presentation
- October 12: University of Toledo (AKPsi) Cleanup of Davanna Avenue
- October 13: Halls Croassroads Women's League Adopt-A-Road Cleanu of Andersonville Pike
- October 15: Adrian Burnett Papermaking
- October 16: Adrian Burnett Papermaking
- October 17: Adrian Burnett Papermaking
- October 17: Christenberry Community Service Club Rock Painting
- October 17: Nature's Way Montessori Cleanup of Murphy Road
- October 17: Wright Family Cleanup of East Beaver Creek Road
- October 18: Adrian Burnett Papermaking
- October 19: Adrian Burnett Papermaking
- October 20: Christenberry Outdoor Classroom Build
- October 20: University of South Carolina Alternative Break Cleanup of Oakwood-Lincoln Park
- November 5: Trash Ruun at Hops and Hollers
North Knoxville Survey
We would love your input about how we can make the best impact on your community. We prefer to work with existing momentum and not to reinvent the wheel. Have a project already underway? Know of a problem spot? Have a dream project?
Please let us know so that our efforts can dovetail with yours, and so we can best serve your community. We know the people who live in a community know best what their neighborhoods need, so we want to hear from you! If you live, work, or play in North Knoxville, please complete the short survey below and pass it on to your neighbors and friends.
*As a small nonprofit with limited funding, we cannot guarantee that all suggestions will be implemented--but we will consider all proposals and appreciate all ideas!