Members & Charities
Debra McClellan Smith
Mary Jane Porter
Sara Jo Pierce
Sarah Mac Young
November 13th, 2023
Spay Neuter Clinic
Southern Alliance Spay Neuter Clinic's mission is to lower pet overpopulation in Lincoln County through prevention by providing low cost spay and neuter surgeries for dogs and cats. Dr. Amy Hamilton Constantine will be joining the clinic in January 2024!
Visit https://www.facebook.com/SAAWLincolnCo for more information.
Summer Salads Luncheon in June
Savory Soup Luncheon each November
August 14th, 2023
Friends of the
Lincoln County Sheriff
Friends of the Lincoln County Sheriff has partnered with the Lincoln County Anti-Drug Coalition to assist with hosting the Second Annual Recovery Festival in Lincoln County to celebrate recovery. For 2023 we are going bigger and better! This will also be a fall festival, so come out and not only support recovery, but also pick up some of your holiday gifts! Several vendors will be attending and there will be something for everyone! Food trucks, community agencies, and games!
Saturday, October 14, 2023
10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Stone Bridge Memorial Park
2010 Thornton Taylor Parkway
Fayetteville, TN 37334
May 8th, 2023
Quatina M. Wolaver
Foundation of Hope
$7,000 + Match Grant $3,236.50
The Quatina M. Wolaver Foundation of Hope was established in 2018 to spread ovarian cancer awareness and to support those diagnosed in our local community and surrounding areas. We truly believe that our God has plans to give us all hope and a future; one of our primary missions is to help the women and all their caregivers cling to this hope any way we can. Our missions is to memorialize Quat by proliferating ovarian cancer awareness and to support those diagnosed in our local community and surrounding areas. We truly believe that our God has plans to give us all hope and a future; our prayer is that we can help diagnosed women and their caregivers cling to this hope any way we can. Jeremiah 29:11. To learn how you can help, visit qmwfoundation.com.
Talk about Ovarian Cancer
Share the B.E.A.C.H. Symptoms
Changes in bowel and bladder habits
February 13th, 2023
Hands Of Mercy
Hands of Mercy is a community organization that offers monthly food distribution, utility bill assistance, bags of blessings, mobile food pantries, and assists with beds for children in our community. We believe that a bed is a basic need for the proper physical, emotional, and mental support that a child needs. At Sleep in Heavenly Peace, we involve the community to build beds and then later deliver and assemble beds after families have been through the application process. Hands of Mercy is partnering with the South Pittsburgh, TN Chapter of SHP to provide this wonderful ministry to families in Lincoln County. To learn more about this program and other opportunities to assist, visit handsofmercycenter.com.
November 14th, 2022
Amy Harwell with Hayden’s Hope spoke about how the organization was created to spread hope through God’s words and promises. Hayden's Hope has been involved in our local school systems since 2019. Mrs. Harwell often speaks to students and encourages open conversations about issues that students are facing. Hayden's Hope provides scholarships to local high school seniors, assists LIFT LC which supports those who fight suicidal thoughts and grieves with the families who face loss through suicide, and much more. The goal of Hayden’s Hope is to spread the meaning of “There is always hope,” found in the Bible in book of John 16:33.
Visit https://www.facebook.com/haydens.hope.5 for more information.
August 8th, 2022
Lincoln County Family Resource Center
Family Resource Center (FRC) spoke about how its organization is a support hub for Lincoln County students and their families, bridging gaps to ensure they evolve together through community support. The FRC has assisted over 500 students with food, basic necessities, healthcare, parenting education, mental health services, and much more. FRC is always in need of donations. Contact Julie Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org to help.
Visit https://www.lcdoe.org/ for more information.
May 9th, 2022
Fayetteville Lincoln County Humane Society
Humane Society spoke about its need for additional funding to maintain the city/county owned building the Humane Society utilizes which is in poor condition. Established in 1985, the Humane Society serves Lincoln County and the city of Fayetteville in Tennessee by ensuring proper care and humane treatment of all animals. The organization requested donations to assist with sealing concrete to help limit the spread of illness at the shelter. The Humane Society was in desperate need for donations and adoptions of dogs and cats.
Visit humanesocietylc.com for more information.
February 14th, 2022
Fayetteville-Lincoln County Arts Center
The Mission of the Fayetteville-Lincoln County Arts Center (FLCAC) is to enhance the quality of life in the Fayetteville-Lincoln County community through the presentation, education, and promotion of all art disciplines including visual, conceptual, and performing arts. Fayetteville-Lincoln County Arts Center spoke to Power of 100 about the extensive needs for repairs at its 110-year-old building in downtown Fayetteville. The Arts Center offers Art Camps, Southern Weekend of Art, and Scholarships annually, as well as many workshops and other events throughout the year. The Arts Center now has OPEN hours Monday-Friday from 1-6 pm where the Classroom downstairs features rotating weekly art stations ranging from beginner to advanced—all for FREE!
Visit flcarts.com for more information.
November 8th, 2021
For the glory of God, Always Endure exists to remove financial barriers for adoptive families, barriers to care for patients enduring major medical diagnoses, and barriers to placement for children in foster care. We became a 501(c)(3) charitable organization in 2017 as our race gifts kept increasing in amount. In 2020, the Lord opened the door for us to expand by removing financial barriers for area families pursuing adoption. In 2021, we grew to help more individuals and families through partnerships with Clearview Cancer Institute, Lifeline Children’s Services, and an area family who has given us access to their beachfront condo to provide families who have endured major medical challenges a free, respite vacation. In 2022, we expanded to remove barriers to placement for children in foster care through House of Hope.
Visit alwaysendure.com for more information.
August 9th, 2021
Carriage House Players
Carriage House Players (CHP) is a community theater group located in Fayetteville. CHP spoke to Power of 100 about the benefits of having a local theater group and offering a summer drama camp for children ages 8 to 17. CHP explained their need for funds to recover from the impacts of COVID and to remodel its new building. Carriage House Players presents four shows each year. Voices of Carriage House presents an Independence show, Christmas show, and more throughout the year.
Visit facebook.com/carriagehouseplayers for more information.
May 10th, 2021
Lincoln County Museum
Lincoln County Museum's mission is to bring our community’s history to visitors. The museum hosts a number of exhibits pertaining to Lincoln County, and includes the second largest agricultural display in Tennessee, military and veteran memorials, and local historical exhibits. The museum also features a publicly available Civic Center that can be rented for events and displays. The museum is open for tours Thursday-Saturday in May thru November. Lincoln County Museum is seeking volunteers and funds to complete maintenance on its building and expand the museum.
Visit facebook.com/flcmuseum for more information.
February 8th, 2021
Crossroads Pregnancy Clinic
Crossroads Pregnancy Clinic exists to care for women and men facing unplanned pregnancies by providing life-affirming education through pregnancy decision counseling. Crossroads also assists families with parenting classes and opportunity to earn cribs, car seats, diapers, and more.
Visit crossroadspregnancyclinic.org for more information.
November 9th, 2020
On a warm July day in 1996, Detective Joyce McConnell was called out to a horrific scene. What she found was a small, pale, cold, lifeless body discarded on the hood of a car covered in blood, urine, feces, and flies. This small six-year-old child, Junior, died in his sleep after being beaten repeatedly in his stomach and body. This beautiful little boy did not get to attend first grade. He did not get to celebrate another birthday or Christmas. He was not allowed the chance to grow up and experience life.
Junior’s time on earth was limited. We want Junior’s House, Inc. to be all those things that Junior did not have; a warm, safe place where children can come to disclose their abuse and begin their healing.
Visit juniorshousecac.org for more information.