Join us at our Oak Ridge Branch from 2:00 – 4:30 pm on Friday, November 3 for Community Day!
We’ll be joined by some of our Community Partners for an afternoon of information, celebration, and fun! Stop by to learn more about some of the amazing organizations that serve our communities, sign up for door prizes, and grab some giveaways!
TN Members 1st FCU Door Prizes
Stop by the TN Members 1st table at Community Day to register to win! Door prize registration will be open from 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm and TN Members 1st door prize winners will be drawn at random at 4:15 pm and do not need to be present to win.
Community Partners Joining Us in Oak Ridge
Accordion Sample DescriptionAid to Distressed Families of Appalachian Counties (ADFAC) began in the mid 1980’s as a local ecumenical effort to provide assistance to impoverished families. As the broad needs of the low-income community became evident, the faith-based collaborative moved to become a 501(c)(3) public charity in January, 1987. Over the years, ADFAC has honored its roots by developing a broad variety of programs designed to meet unfilled needs in the community and currently answers over 6,000 requests for assistance each year.
CASA stands for Court Appointed Special Advocates, who are trained to represent the best interests of children in juvenile abuse and neglect court cases. CASA is a local, nonprofit organization in communities all across the nation. The core purpose of CASA of the Tennessee Heartland is to provide a voice for abused and neglected children in our community. As a non-profit, volunteer-based agency, our mission is to empower CASA volunteers to advocate on behalf of abused and neglected children in juvenile court.
East Tennessee Foundation (ETF) is a public charity and community foundation created by and for the people of East Tennessee, where many donors join together to make the region they love a better place, today and for future generations. ETF, like other community foundations, operates as a collection of hundreds of distinct charitable funds and supporting foundations established by individuals, families, businesses, and other nonprofits.
The Free Medical Clinic provides no-charge primary and medical care for low-income and uninsured residents of Anderson, Morgan, and Roane Counties of Tennessee and for partners enrolled in their medical service program including Telehealth options, access to free or discounted medications, special medical programs, treatments, imaging, tests, lab work, and preventative care with annual physicals.
TORCH opened its doors in January 2013 as the only comprehensive homeless service in Anderson County, TN.
Because there is no shelter in the county, TORCH operates the Housing First model. Efforts are made to find affordable, sustainable housing as quickly as possible. If extra financial assistance is needed after an address is established and a client qualifies an agreement may be made to assist for a predesigned amount and/or time. We call that plan “Shelter in the Future Home” and find it a much more cost-effective way to assist those we house in reaching self-sufficiency. The first step in future success is establishing a permanent address.
United Way of Anderson County improves lives by mobilizing the caring power of our community to advance the common good by focusing on Youth Development, Self-Sufficiency, and Senior & Health Services—the building blocks for a good life and strong community.
Please follow event day posted signs and directions regarding Community Day parking.
Disclaimers & Information:
PROMOTIONAL ITEM AND DOOR PRIZE DISCLAIMER: Promotional items and giveaways are available while supplies last, with limited quantities available. TN Members 1st facilitated door prize winners will be drawn at random and do not need to be present to win. Only one entry is allowed. No purchase is necessary to enter to win. Membership with the credit union is not required for entry. TN Members 1st facilitated giveaways and door prizes are not affiliated with or sponsored by any brands included in door prize packages. Click here to view all Promotional Contest Entry Rules. The credit union reserves the right to limit promotional and giveaway items available. TN Members 1st FCU is not responsible for any giveaways, drawings, or information provided by Community Partners present at Community Day.
GENERAL DISCLAIMER: Registration is not required to participate in Community Day. No purchase or membership with the credit union is necessary to participate in Community Day activities and events. The credit union is actively monitoring public health and safety measures to best provide a safe event for all attendees. Event dates and details are subject to change. Any event changes or cancellations will be communicated via social media and our website notification bar – found at the top of any page of mymembersfirst.org. We encourage event attendees to check these areas before traveling to the event location.