Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?


First Lady Maria Lee Launch Volunteer Portal

Volunteer Tennessee and Tennessee first lady Maria Lee announced the official launch of the statewide volunteer opportunities portal on Thursday, the Tennessee Serves Network ( The Tennessee Serves Network is a statewide collaboration of volunteer centers dedicated to bringing people and community together through an easily accessible online portal. The portal launch also marks the second anniversary of the first lady’s volunteer initiative ( 

Through the Tennessee Serves Network, community organizations can post current volunteer opportunities and request volunteer assistance based on skills and interests. Potential volunteers can then search a variety of service opportunities; examples include writing letters to homebound seniors, food distribution, outdoor clean up and beautification, to helping communities rebuild after a disaster. The Tennessee Serves Network is hosted by Volunteer Tennessee. Visit our website at thunder 1320 for the links to the portal.

“Tennessee Serves was launched to engage Tennesseans in the everyday ways they can serve their neighbors and give back to their communities,” said Maria Lee, first lady of Tennessee. “Today, on the second anniversary of Tennessee Serves, we are thrilled to partner with Volunteer Tennessee to officially unveil the Tennessee Serves Networks and introduce a new way Tennesseans can locate available volunteer opportunities based on their passions and abilities.”

“Volunteer Tennessee’s original goal was to create a statewide network that not only engages more Tennesseans in volunteer service, but also provides a manageable process for organizations to recruit and place volunteers,” said Jim Snell, executive director of Volunteer Tennessee. “Now, with the Tennessee Serves Network, we’ve made that possible, and volunteers across the state can quickly connect with opportunities for service and help others in these times of great need.” 

The Tennessee Serves Network is hosted by Volunteer Tennessee. Volunteer Tennessee is the 25-member, bipartisan citizen board appointed by the governor to advance volunteerism and citizen service to solve community problems in the Volunteer State. 

Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading.

To register your organization or search for volunteer opportunities in your community, visit The volunteer portal is also accessible through the MyTN app, the state’s mobile app that compiles multiple state of Tennessee services into one convenient resource. Visit to easily download to a device by clicking the Apple or Android store icons. 

Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading.

You May Also Like


A water main break in the New Union area has left two county schools with no water. New Union Elementary is without water and...


A Coffee County Sheriff’s Department deputy has been terminated after he was arrested for alleged DUI while on duty Thursday, Feb. 23. According to...


A tragic accident occurred on Monday night at 9:24 PM near 3261 Hillsboro Highway, resulting in the death of 60-year-old Timothy Sullivan. According to...


District superiority is up for grabs Friday night in Manchester. Coffee County Central’s Lady Red Raiders (no. 4 AP) and the Warren County Lady...