Organizations that the Fairfield Ladies Club Supports with Member Donations
A Time 4 Paws
A Time 4 Paws is a no-kill nonprofit animal welfare organization based in Crossville, Tennessee. The mission of the organization is to provide and promote Art Circle Library
the education and programs necessary to eliminate the killing of homeless dogs and cats and to prevent cruelty to animals.
Art Circle Library is a 21st century library to serve all of Cumberland County. Since the dream of the county’s ﬁrst library was born in the living rooms of the
ladies of the Art Circle more than 100 years ago, our county has grown beyond their wildest imaginations. Our new, exciting library will be a place for all of
the people of Cumberland County to read, learn, and grow; where we can access the world through information technology; and where we can meet in
groups large and small for discourse with our neighbors. The programs and services of the library are free and accessible to the residents of Cumberland
County of all ages and all interests.
Art Guild At Fairfield Glade
The primary objectives of The Art Guild at Fairfield Glade shall be: 1. Cultivate the talent and ability of its members, 2. Promote a greater appreciation of
art, 3. Provide a community of support among members, and 4. Encourage participation in art among the greater community. The Art Guild is dedicated to
the advancement of art through education, exhibitions and community outreach at all levels.
To provide comprehensive support to adult and child victims of domestic and sexual assault, promote community awareness and prevention through
education, and to build and support a community against violence.
Back Pack Program/Second Harvest
Food for Kids is a collaborative effort between Second Harvest and an ever-increasing number of public schools within the food bank’s 18-county service
area. The program is designed to provide healthy, easily-prepared food to some of the most vulnerable children in our community – children who may be
missing meals on a regular basis. Teachers at each school compile a list of kids in their classroom who they feel are at risk of hunger. These children are
discreetly given a backpack full of food for themselves (and any siblings they may have at home) every Friday throughout the school year. Reports of
improved self-esteem, behavior and concentration among Food for Kids participants are common.
CACE (Cumberland Artisans for Creative Expression)
CACE was created to celebrate the diversity of Cumberland County artisans. CACE’s mission is to identify, support and encourage the varied artistic and
creative individuals and groups. CACE organizes events that highlight the cultural arts in Cumberland County and serves as a resource for information.
Christian Counseling Center
Christian Counseling Center of Cumberland County exists to provide affordable, professional mental health and relationship counseling from a Christian
perspective by qualified mental health professionals to people of Cumberland and surrounding counties. Our Mission: Transforming Lives, Affordably, And
With God’s Grace.
Children of Crossville Chamber Orchestra (COCCO)
In 1997 the Children Of Crossville Chamber Orchestra (C.O.C.C.O.) was formed with 18 string students. That December the orchestra was invited to perform
at the Governor's mansion in Nashville, Tennessee for Governor Sundquist. Since then, C.O.C.C.O has won many trophies and awards at both the local,
state and national level. C.O.C.C.O. has since grown into two orchestras: C.O.C.C.O. and the Children of Crossville Preparatory Orchestra (C.O.C.P.O.)
Every student who has gone through C.O.C.C.O.'s orchestra program has gone onto college, many with music/academic scholarships. Since 2011 the
Preparatory Orchestra has performed under the baton of Michael Wilson, violist and former C.O.C.C.O. student.
Crab Orchard Care Center
The purpose is to meet the spiritual, emotional, and physical needs of the indigent, the working poor, and children and the elderly alike. Its purpose for being
is to work as part of this county-wide team attacking the poverty problem in Cumberland County where over 11,753 people each day risk going hungry. Crab
Orchard Care Center provides food every Wednesday afternoon from 1 to 2 p.m. at the Commerce Street location to all that come and over the last six
months, the Care Center has fed an average of 700 people monthly.
Crab Orchard Mobile Health Clinic
On the second and fourth Tuesday of each month, the St. Mary's Mobile Medical Clinic comes from Knoxville and provides free medical care. This service
located at the Crab Orchard Care Center, 87 Commerce St. in Crab Orchard. A team of medical professionals is available to provide care. Anyone not able
to access medical care due to lack of insurance or ability to pay for care is welcome.
Crossville Bread of Life
The Mission's purpose is glorifying God through the salvation of souls and rehabilitation of individuals, providing temporary shelter, medical attention, and
food for the homeless and transient, conducting interdenominational services daily and educating and rehabilitating those seeking help out of life on the
Cumberland Adult Reading Council (CARC)
CARC's core belief is that the ability to read and write is critical to personal freedom and the maintenance of a democratic society. Their mission is to
promote: 1) increased literacy, math, and citizenship skills for adult learners, and 2) fluency in reading, writing and speaking for English language learners
in Cumberland County, through the effective use of volunteers, support services for volunteers and learners, and collaboration with individuals, groups, and
organizations desiring to foster increased literacy and more advanced social and work skills in Tennessee.
Cumberland Good Samaritans, Inc.
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 accomplish 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.
Cumberland County Fire/Rescue
Cumberland County Fire Dept is made up of about 170 firefighters that donate their time to protect the citizens of Cumberland County.
FOCCAS (Focus on Cumberland County Animal Shelter)
Mission: The promotion, support, and fundraising for a resident- and visitor-friendly new shelter while meeting the needs of the current shelter; We work to
inspire our community to cultivate the values of kind, compassionate, responsible, and humane care of the county's animals, including stray, feral, and
owned, through both education and assistance.
Plateau Pregnancy Services
Plateau Pregnancy Services is dedicated to helping men and women of all ages overcome life's circumstances and past choices so that they can provide life
for their babies and children. We are supported solely by donations from individuals, business partners and area churches. Visit
http://www.plateaupregnancyservices.com/ for more details.
Teens Against Drugs (TAD)
Mission: To educate children, teenagers, and the community on drug awareness and the prevention of drug abuse. Visit http://www.tadcenter.com/ for more Visually Impaired Support Group (VIS)
Improve the lives of the blind and visually impaired in Cumberland County, TN, through: Education, Communication, Transportation, CCTVs (Closed Circuit
Televisions), as well as other visual aids, Support Group Meetings, and Socializing. Visit http://www.http://visgroup.org/