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The Bethlehem Center

The Bethlehem Center is a 94-year-old, award-winning, faith-based agency transforming lives and revitalizing inner-city South Chattanooga and beyond. Our education programs target three age groups: adolescent (1st-8th grade), young adult (9th-12th grade), and adult (high school graduates on).

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Chattanooga Sports Ministries

Chattanooga Sports Ministries (CSM) is a part of the Chattanooga Football Club Foundation 501(c)3 nonprofit organization which is dedicated to serving youth ages 8-14 in Chattanooga’s most economically challenged neighborhoods. Founded in 2006, CSM began as an experiment in inspiring young adults to mentor at risk youth by using the sport of soccer. However, as our program has grown and expanded over the years, our vision has as well. We now envision Chattanooga’s inner city transformed by providing safe, supportive, and healthy environments for our children, where every child has access to nutritious food, safe activities, an active and intentional support system, and knows the lifelong benefit of making wise choices.  

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Girls inc. of Chattanooga

Girls Inc. of Chattanooga is a 501(c)3 United Way affiliated organization serving girls aged 6 – 18 via a wide variety of programs, all with a single goal: to help girls grow the confidence and the skills to be STRONG, SMART and BOLD throughout their lives.

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Siskin Children's Institute

Located in Chattanooga, Tennessee, Siskin Children's Institute achieves its mission through education, pediatric healthcare services, home & community-based programs and outreach services in the field of developmental disabilities.

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The Net Resource Foundation

Our Mission Statement: The foundation is organized in the urban context of the Alton Park Community for personal and professional growth so that individuals can better serve their families and communities with the hope of impacting crime, building self-image, and self-esteem

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Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Chattanooga

For 61 years, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Chattanooga has operated under the belief that inherent in every child is the ability to succeed and thrive in life.  As a member agency of the oldest and largest youth mentoring organization in the United States, we make meaningful, monitored matches between adult volunteers (“Bigs”) and children (“Littles”), ages 6 through 18, in Hamilton, Marion, Bradley, Walker, Catoosa and Dade counties.  We develop positive relationships that have a direct and lasting effect on the lives of young people in our community. 

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The Boy Scouts of America is one of the nation's largest and most prominent values-based youth development organizations. The BSA provides a program for young people that builds character, trains them in the responsibilities of participating citizenship, and develops personal fitness.

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The Children’s Advocacy Center of Hamilton County (CACHC) was established as a private, non-profit agency in 1991 to provide a safe and caring environment for hurting children to receive the services they need in one comprehensive facility. We help victims become children again and lead normal, healthy, productive lives, thereby breaking the cycle of abuse. While we are not a residential facility, the CACHC is uniquely designed to serve children who have experienced the unimaginable.

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We're 2.6 million strong—1.8 million girls and 800,000 adults who believe in the power of every G.I.R.L. (Go-getter, Innovator, Risk-taker, Leader)™ to change the world.

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TechTown Foundation

TechTown is a technology and entrepreneurial learning center offering year-round after-school programs and summer camps. We are dedicated to inspiring the next generation of innovators—our youth. Designed for children across all skill levels and demographics from ages 7 to 17, TechTown is a place where kids discover, learn, and explore the limitless possibilities of their imaginations.

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Camp Horizon

The purpose of Camp Horizon is to allow kids with physical disabilities the opportunity to broaden their horizons by spending time with other kids in similar situations in the outdoor environment.

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Downside Up, Inc.

The purpose of this corporation is to provide support for families raising children with Down Syndrome by maintaining a resource database and listing of recommended health care providers, sponsoring and conducting family camps, offering educational and networking opportunities for such families and providing other support services as we increase awareness within the general population.

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Every Valley Leadership Academy

Every Valley Leadership Academy is a faith-based mentoring outreach to Chattanooga area youths. We enfranchise them with opportunities to experience God's glory in their relationships, their education, their employment, and in the life of our community.

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Make-A-Wish East Tennessee

We grant the wishes of children in East Tennessee with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy.

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Tennessee Baptist Children's Homes

The Tennessee Baptist Children's Homes, founded in 1891, is a ministry of the churches of the Tennessee Baptist Convention. With 6 locations across the state (Brentwood, Chattanooga, Kingsport, Memphis, Millington, and Oakdale) TBCH cares for approximately 200 children each year who find themselves without a place to call home due to family crisis. 

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The YMCA of Metropolitan Chattanooga

The YMCA of Metropolitan Chattanooga was established in our community in 1871 (1844 in London, England as a movement). Our mission statement is to put Christian principles into practice through programs that build a healthy spirit, mind, and body for all. The values we strive to teach through our programs are caring, respect, responsibility, honesty, and faith. We accomplish our mission daily through our staff and volunteers in two states (Tennessee and Georgia), seven branches, 43 counties, and more than 200 program sites.