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Fairfield Glade Ladies Club

                                       Service Projects 2023-2024

Below is a list of the monthly Luncheon Service Projects. Even if you cannot attend the luncheon, we would welcome any donations. You may drop off donations between 10AM and 11AM on the day of the meeting.

Every Month
Organization Description
  • Toiletry Items (Travel Size)
  •  Makeup Bags
  • Cell Phones for Avalon Center
The Avalon Center has been providing support services to domestic violence and sexual assault victims since 1984. They offer a Crisis Line, Emergency Shelter, Transitional Housing and other important advocacy services for these victims,
Children of Cumberland County, Board of Education
  • School supplies for children of all ages
  • Cash Donations
Every fall, the Board of Education supplies school supplies to needy children in their system.  All of their schools are Title I schools, so there is high poverty and much need for our support.
Cumberland County Good Samaritans
  • Toilet paper
  • Cash donations
  • Pick Angel Tree child for November (House of Hope)
The mission of Cumberland Good Samaritans, Inc., is to address the unmet needs of the citizens in Cumberland County by providing temporary emergency assistance and long-term solutions through true Christian charity. Good Samaritans is dedicated to accomplishing this mission through a multitude of high impact service programs. It provides many services including, food bank, clothing, emergency shelter, rent subsidy, budget counseling, furniture, Cumberland housing, pharmacy, burn-resource center, garden/heifer project, thrift outlet, toys for tots. 
House of Hope - Angel Tree
  • Specified sizes of socks, PJ’s, underwear (“angel” chosen at Oct meeting;
  • items returned at November meeting)
November     House of Hope – Angel Tree Specified sizes of socks, PJ’s, underwear (“angel” chosen at Oct meeting; items returned at November meeting)    The "House of Hope", is a safe haven for children who are often victims of abuse, neglect, drug endangerment and various other life altering tragedies. They work in partnership with our local law enforcement and with the Department of Children's Services, using the House of Hope to facilitate and assist with custody removals. These children are typically removed from very dangerous and heartbreaking situations, and they offer a safe haven for this to take place. These children have been removed from the only home and family they know, and they need care, love and reassurance. The House of Hope provides the necessity of clothing, feeding, and bathing, all in a safe, and positive atmosphere.  Their annual “Angel Tree” projects supports their effort in this.
Peavine Care Center
  • Cash Donations
Peavine Care Center is a food pantry located at 44 N. Peavine Road in Crossville TN 38571. Their mission is to serve hungry families in Cumberland County. Food Distribution are on Wednesdays from 10:30 am - 12 noon.  Much of their canned food and vegetables are donated, but they must purchase the meat.  This supports their efforts.
5C Christian Counseling Center
  • Cash Donations
Offers services to children who have undergone trauma.  They offer trauma therapy, children’s care, outreach, education and counseling services.  They also offer education for parents who are struggling with children in crisis or new parents that just need help in understanding what to do in special situations.

Kids on the Rise

Cash/Check Donations

  • Cash/Check Donations
Kids on the Rise matches adult mentors with students in Cumberland County to empower students to grow and thrive.  Children are most likely to reach their full potential when positive, caring adults are invested in their wellbeing.  They provide programs and field trips throughout the year to allow students to experience things in conjunction with their mentors that will help expand their worldview.
Fair Park Senior Center
  • Cash Donations
Offers a multitude of services to the seniors of Cumberland County.  They serve over 100 members a day and around 500 meals each week.  They have started a food pantry.  They provide health and wellness programs, physical fitness and health screenings.  They advocate for senior needs, especially with medical equipment as needed.  They also provide outreach services for seniors who are isolated.

Cumberland House Hospice Auxiliary

  • Cash/Check Donations
Hospice allows terminally ill patients to experience end of life together, in the comfort and security of home or home-like settings.  It is about living as long as possible while being as comfortable as possible.  It provides equipment such as oxygen, hospital beds, wheelchairs, walkers, bedside commodes to help you care for your loved one in your home.  Hospice provides care for as long as the person is clinically qualified, which could be days, weeks or even months.
TAD (Teens Against Drugs)
  • Cash donations for snacks for their summer program, or games (no puzzles)
Teens Against Drugs (TAD)  Mission: To educate children, teenagers, and the community on drug awareness and the prevention of drug abuse. Visit for more details. 
Cumberland County Emergency and Rescue Squad
  • Cash Donations
June    Cumberland County Emergency and Rescue Squad  Cash Donations    This organization has been around for 60 years.  Their mission is to save lives through quality emergency rescue services and provide community support and safety.  They are prepared and trained to do specialty rescue services such as swift water rescues, dive search and rescue, cave rescues, high and low angle rescues, and other such services.  They offer medical transport.  They assist other emergency response organizations, such as law enforcement, fire fighters, EMT’s, and paramedics.  They are an all-volunteer organization, and as such, all services are at no cost to Cumberland County citizens 
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