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Volunteer Newsletter

January 2021

             AmeriCorps Volunteers

On the third Monday of January each year for the last 25 years, Americans have joined forces to volunteer in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. This year's 26th celebration of this National Day of Service will hopefully - despite the pandemic - be bigger and better than ever.

AmeriCorps, the only federal agency tasked with elevating community volunteerism, partners with communities year-round all across the country to address our most pressing issues. By building on local talent and ingenuity, AmeriCorps volunteers strengthen the community and bring about much-needed change.

You are encouraged to take part in the National Day of Service. You can participate in a service project, such as the Socks and Scivvies Drive (see below) or perform a service on your own.

For a list of great volunteer ideas that are safe during COVID, visit the AmeriCorps website.

As part of MLK National Day of Service, Volunteer NEMS is partnering with MUTEH (Mississippi United To End Homelessness) for a Socks and Scivvies Drive. We are asking folks to buy some socks and underwear that you can donate on Monday, January 18. Many people in our homeless community and other disadvantaged individuals need these essentials. We need all sizes - especially adult. Thank you!!

Click here to see how you can help
on donation day.



If you prefer to stay home but still want to volunteer in some capacity, consider some remote volunteer opportunities. There is so much good that can be done without leaving your house. Click here for some ideas.

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When you volunteer at our nonprofits, please remember to follow all safety precautions, including wearing a mask and social distancing.

Are you still not sure what types of volunteer opportunities are available in Northeast Mississippi?

Why not view some videos created by our local nonprofits and find an agency that could use YOUR help?

Volunteer Hub

Considering Starting
Your Own Nonprofit?

The MS Alliance of Nonprofits and Philanthropy is offering a training that will help you better understand the world of nonprofits and help you focus and apply your passion to create the greatest impact.  Passion is a powerful force, but without a clear focus and a plan, you may not have the impact you sought.  You can take this training as a stand-alone course or as part of the new Alliance year-long learning track, Establishing Excellence: Creating a Great Nonprofit.
Friday, January 29 - 10:00-12:00
Click here for more information and to register.


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- Aberdeen Loaves and Fishes

- Agape Health Services

- Aiming for Healthy Families

- Alzheimer's Association Mississippi

- A.M.E.N., Inc.

- American Red Cross of
 North Mississippi

- Amory Food Pantry

- Antone Tannehill Good Samaritan Clinic

- Ashley's Angels

- Autism Center of North

- Baldwyn FUMC Food Pantry

- Banah Pregnancy Testing Center

- Belmont UMC Community Food Pantry

- Boys and Girls Clubs of
  Booneville/Prentiss County

- Boys and Girls Clubs of
  North Mississippi

- Boys and Girls Clubs of
  Northeast Mississippi 

- Cami Jo Cares

- CATCH Kids, Inc.

- Child on a Mission

- Church After School Association (C.A.S.A.)

- Churches United Food Depot of Pontotoc County

- City of Oxford - Recycling

- Comfort Creatures of   
  Northeast Mississippi

- Corinth-Alcorn Animal

- CREATE Foundation

- Diaper Bank of the Delta

- Early Childhood Coalition

- Eight Days of Hope

- El Centro

- Empowering Our Girls

- English as a Second

- EXCEL, Inc.

- F.A.I.T.H. Food Pantry

- Faith Haven

- Family Resource Center of North Mississippi

- First Choice Center for Women

- Five Horizons Health Services

- Food Depot of Tishomingo County

- For the Love of Paws Corp

- Fulton UM Church Food

- Girl Scouts Heart of the

- GumTree Museum of Art

- Help for Us, Inc.

- Helpful Samaritan Food 

- Helping Hands Food Pantry and Clothes Closet

- Helping Hands - Helping Homeless

- Hope Unbridled

- Itawamba Crossroads Ranch

- Keep Tupelo Beautiful

- Lee County 4-H

- Life Choices Pregnancy Care Center

- Life Saver Empowering Girls

- Link Centre

- Magnolia Foundation

- Make-A-Wish Mid-South

- Meals on Wheels

- Memory's Magical Dresses

- Mission Okolona

- Mississippi State Department
 of Health

- Mississippi United to End
  Homelessness (MUTEH)

- Mississippi Votes

- MS Project Package

- National Council on Alcohol
  & Drug Dependency

- New Beginnings


- NextAge Mississippi

- Northeast Mississippi Habitat for Humanity

- North Mississippi Exchange Family Center

North Mississippi Kidney

- Oren Dunn City Museum

- Oxford Film Festival

- Parkgate Health Services

- Pontotoc Baptist Association Food Pantry

- Pontotoc Habitat for

- Reconnect 4 Autism

- Regional Rehabilitation

- SAFE, Inc.

- Saints' Brew

- Sally Kate Winters Family Services

- Salvation Army of Houston

- Salvation Army of Pontotoc

- Salvation Army of Tupelo

- Sanctuary Hospice

- Second Chances Animal

- SheNs Grandparent Community Development Foundation

- Shepherd's Center of
 Greater Tupelo

- Southerncare Hospice

- Special Education and Handicap Bowling Association

- Stand Beside Her North Mississippi

- St. Luke Food Pantry

- Talbot House

- The Arc of Northeast

- The Gordon Community and Cultural Center

- The Refuge Foster Care

- Tippah Co. Good Samaritan Center

- Tishomingo Co. Historical &
 Genealogical Society

- Tree of Life Free Clinic

- Tupelo Community Theatre

- Tupelo Housing Authority

- Tupelo Lee Humane Society

- Tupelo/Lee Hunger Coalition

- Tupelo Lions Club

- Tupelo Misfits Leo Club

- Union County Good Samaritan

- Union County Historical Society


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