Category: Knoxville Impact

TREASURE HUNT . . .

CTV has teamed up with the Office of Neighborhoods and registered Knoxville Neighborhood Organizations to present the first annual Knoxville Neighborhood Treasure Hunt. This fundraising event will encourage bidding for three weeks from April...

CHAPMAN IMPROVEMENTS . . .

The City of Knoxville has been awarded a grant of $950,000 from the Tennessee Department of Transportation to construct a multi-use path along Chapman Highway between Stone Road and Woodlawn Pike to enable safe...

MAIN EVENT . . .

The mission of The Christian Bryan Foundation is to provide support, resources, education, and services to parents, families, and childcare providers. They also provide funds for scientific research related to Sudden Infant Death Syndrome....

COFFEE & CONVERSATION . . .

Join the Alliance for Young Nonprofit Professionals (AYNP) on the third Friday of the month for Coffee & Conversation. Get caffeinated while networking with other young professionals in the nonprofit sector!  The next meeting...

PEACE CORPS PREP . . .

Last month, Tennessee Returned Peace Corps Volunteers (TNRPCV) hosted a group meeting for the Peace Corps Prep Program (PC Prep) participants from the University of Tennessee Knoxville.  The meeting gave UTK students the opportunity...

RED SHOE GALA . . .

CASA of East Tennessee recently hosted the seventh annual Red Shoe Gala. All the money raised from the event benefits CASA to improve the lives of abused and neglected adolescents through trained volunteers who...

SHUTDOWN RELIEF . . .

The recent government shutdown has been a struggle for many families in our area, so Knoxville native and University of Tennessee graduate, Tarek El-Messidi, wanted to help provide some relief. El-Messidi helped start a crowdfunding...

KICKOFF PARTY . . .

The Alliance for Better Non-Profits hosted their annual membership kickoff party recently at the Historic Westwood from 4pm to 6pm. The purpose of the event was to celebrate what 2018 brought and get excited about what 2019...

COMMUNITY TELEVISION. . .

Happy New Year from Community Television of Knoxville! 2019 begins our 44th year of providing “gavel to gavel” coverage of local government meetings, community events and locally produced programming.  Our dedicated and knowledgeable staff...

CAREER READINESS PROGRAM. . .

SEEED (Socially Equal Energy Efficient Development) is currently inviting people 18 to 24 yrs old to their career readiness program. The purpose of this program is to provide opportunities for long-term job options and self-sustainability....

STUDENT ART EXHIBITION. . .

This is the 13th year of the East Tennessee Regional Student Art Exhibition.  Held at the Knoxville Museum of Art, this event offers middle and high school students the experience of participating in a...

HOLIDAY MARKET. . .

Each Saturday in December from 11 am to 5 pm featured a special Market Square Holiday Market to get community members in the holiday spirit and help with their gift shopping. Food producers, food...

HAVE A VOICE. . .

The Beck Cultural Exchange Center presents the exhibition, I Have a Voice:  Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage.  This exhibit was organized by the Tennessee State Museum and gives a look into Tennessee’s rich African...

DIVERSITY DAY. . .

YWCA will host the Phyllis Wheatley Diversity Day and Race against Racism on January 19 at the Phyllis Wheatley Center. The day and walk were created so walkers and community members could enjoy inspirational...