Donations go a long way in helping to provide services to elderly, disabled, and low-income individuals and families at Blount County Community Action Agency. Although we receive federal, state, and local funding, we also rely on the support of individuals and groups in many of our program areas. These include:
Senior Nutrition Program
With the rising cost of food, supplies, and delivery costs, it is a challenge to keep up with the expenses associated with providing Mobile Meals to our homebound seniors. Although each recipient is provided with a suggested contribution cost according to their income, some are unable to contribute and others are assisted through the generosity of private donations.
A contribution of $60 will provide the costs of food, supplies, and travel for one mobile meals recipient for one month. All contributions of any amount are greatly appreciated. If you wish to contribute to this program, designate your donation to the Senior Nutrition Program.
- Donate to Senior Nutrition –
Office on Aging
The Homemaker program provides valuable services to low-income, frail seniors needing extra assistance in order to remain in their homes. Those who can contribute to the costs do so according to their income. Donations are appreciated to expand these services and to supplement the costs for those who are unable to contribute. Donations are also accepted for the pet food program and for incontinence products for low-income seniors. Designate these donations to Office on Aging.
The Office on Aging also produces a comprehensive Senior Service Directory which is financed exclusively through sponsorship advertising.
- Donate to Office on Aging -
Share the Warmth
This program accepts donations through the Share the Warmth program which provides energy assistance for low-income households. These donations can be made either through local utility companies (City of Alcoa, City of Maryville, and Atmos Energy) or directly to Blount County Community Action Agency. Customers of Ft. Loudoun Electric Cooperative can donate to Operation Roundup to help their neighbors in need.
- Donate to Share the Warmth -
Community Service Block Grant Program
When money is available, other donations are utilized for special requests by low-income individuals or families for items in areas such as income management, housing repair, emergency services, nutrition, and linkages. Click here for donations to this program or note “CSBG” on check memo line.
- Donate to CSBG -
If you prefer to make a donation to BCCAA and allow us to decide where your donation is most needed, please click “wherever needed” or note on your check.
- Donate to Wherever Needed -
ALL DONATIONS ARE TAX DEDUCTIBLE
AS BCCAA IS A 501(C)3 NONPROFIT
We have made it easy for anyone to donate online through PayPal.
Just click on the buttons above. If you would prefer to send a check, please make it payable and mail to:
Blount County Community Action Agency
3509 Tuckaleechee Pike; Maryville, TN 37803
(Please note on your check if you desire to designate your donation to a program.)