Alcohol and Drug Abuse Council of Deep East Texas
Missionprovides a continuum of services to those in our community in need of prevention, intervention and short-term counseling for tobacco, alcohol and other drugs of abuse.
Volunteer NeedsLiterature distribution, retailer compliance checks, planning and organizing events, assisting with health fairs
Phyllis Grandgeorge, Executive Director1407 N. University Drive, Suite B-2, Nacogdoches, TX
American Red Cross
Provide relief to victims of disaster and help people prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies.
Sheltering of evacuees, disaster services, planning and preparedness training
Claire Tryon, Service Center Manager
1905 East Denman, Lufkin
(936) 564-2101 or (936) 634-6013
Boys and Girls Club of Deep East Texas
Provide daily leadership, guidance, and inspiration to help young boys and girls grow up to become responsible and contributing adults in our society. With a special concern for at-risk youth, we help youth to help themselves realize their own potential for positive growth
Jeff Woods, President & CEO
2712 Park St. Nacogdoches
Boy Scouts of America, East Texas Area Council
Instill values in youth to allow them to make ethical and moral choices throughout their lifetimes
Carl Hanke, Executive Director
Children's Advocacy Center of Anderson and Cherokee Counties
The mission of the Children's Advocacy Center (CAC) of Anderson and Cherokee Counties is to aid in the prosecution of child abuse by facilitating effective and efficient criminal/civil investigations while promoting healing and justice for child victims and their protective caregivers.
Assisting clients in completing intake paperwork, answering questions, and providing service referrals. Volunteers can also help with data entry, planning and organizing events, playing with children and working with families, administrative duties, general upkeep of CAC area.
In addition, there are opportunities for volunteers to acommpany sexual assault examinations with child victims and their families, court accompaniment, provide community education to children in schools with the Happy Bear Curriculum and assist in agenda preparation for Multi-Disciplinary Team meeting which involves law enforcement, Child Protective Services, and the District Attorney's Office, among others.
Rebecca Cunio, Forensic Interviewer, CAC Anderson and Cherokee Counties.
(903) 586-9118 - Jacksonville Office
(903) 723-5858 - Palestine Office
City of Nacogdoches Historic Sites Department
It is the mission of the Historic Sites Department of the City of Nacogdoches to foster, preserve and promote local history through the administration of the Sterne-Hoya House Museum and Library; the Durst-Taylor Historic House and Gardens; the Nacogdoches Railroad Depot; and the Zion Hill Baptist Church. In cooperation with the community, the Historic Sites Department protects, preserves, collects, interprets, and exhibits the stories, artifacts, photographs and material culture
resources associated with these sites
3 Annual Events: Blast from the Past Nacogdoches History Fair, Annual Christmas Event, and Old-Fashioned Sweet Tooth Sugarcane Event.
Community Rx Help
Provide assistance to low-to-moderate income persons in obtaining prescription medications needed to maintain optimal health.
Website design, filing, assisting with intakes, receptionist duties
Tricia Hand, Executive Director
1210 Douglass Road, Nacogdoches
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Deep East Texas
Train and supervise volunteers to speak in court for the best interest of abused and neglected foster care children.
Contact InformationRebecca Carlton, Executive Director 115 E. Main Street, Nacogdoches
Girl Scouts of San Jacinto Council
Build girls of courage, character and confidence, who make the world a better place.
Contact InformationPawn Francis
1202 College Dr. Lufkin
Crisis Center of Anderson and Cherokee Counties
To empower, enhance, and enrich the lives of victims of family violence, child abuse and sexual assault.
The Crisis Center needs volunteers to help facilitate parenting classes, co-facilitate support groups, plan and organize events, general administrative responsibilities, work in the Safehouse, etc.
Rebecca Cunio, Forensic Interviewer, CAC Anderson and Cherokee Counties
(903) 586-9118 - Jacksonville Office
(903) 723-5858 - Palestine Office
Meet the inner spiritual needs of individuals and feed, clothe and house the homeless and less fortunate of Nacogdoches County
Volunteer NeedsAssist residents in finding jobs; teaching money management skills; serving meals; administrative duties; assistance at the new property with clearing land and construction
330 E. Main Street, Nacogdoches
Goodwill Industries of Central East Texas
"Empowering individuals, strengthening families, building communities - One Job at a Time."
AmeriCorps, GoodGuides, Lawanda Clark Adaptive Technology Lab, VITA, and YouthWorks/YLT
301 Hill St. Lufkin
Habitat for Humanity of Nacogdoches
Sponsor specific projects in habitat development, starting with the construction of modest but adequate housing.
Contact InformationMiki Lynn
P.O Box 630683, Nacogdoches
Health Horizons of East Texas, Inc.
Empower and serve the people of Deep East Texas with needs related to HIV/AIDS and other health issues
Dr. Wilbert Brown Jr. , Executive Director; Yolanda Tatum, Client Services Director
412 North Street Ste. F, Nacogdoches
The Helping House
The Helping House is dedicated to providing early intervention behavioral therapy for children with autism and other developmental delays, and promoting the educational needs of parents, educators, and professionals.
Hands on: working with kids, developing learning materials, playing outside with children, supervising field trips
Other areas of need: grocery shopping, laminating materials, cleaning, general yard work, prep work for and conduction of garage sales which are done periodically to raise money.
919 Jack Lock, Nacogdoches
Keep Nacogdoches Beautiful
Keep Nacogdoches Beautiful is a volunteer organization with the mission, "to enhance our community by encouraging individual responsibility."
2516 North Street, Nacogdoches
Love In The Name Of Christ (Love INC)
Administrative duties; assistance with special events
917 Ruby Street, Nacogdoches
Nacogdoches Convention and Visitors Bureau
To encourage, enhance and promote tourism-related business and special events in the Nacogdoches area; to further the promotion of tourism and publicity for the area; and to promote Nacogdoches as a tourist destination throughout the state, regionally, nationally and internationally.
Assisting with festivals and special events, helping with administrative duties, assisting with promotions.
Jannette Sparks, Media & Community Relations Coordinator
200 E. Main Street, Nacogdoches
(936) 564-7351 or 1 (888) OLDEST-TOWN
Nacogdoches County Aging Committee, Inc.
MissionProvide services to the aged population of Nacogdoches County to help older individuals lead independent, meaningful, and dignified lives in their own homes and communities for as long as possible.
Tammy Blank, Director
621 Harris St. Nacogdoches
Nacogdoches County Child Welfare Board
Encourage your organizations to adopt families and purchase Christmas presents for those children.
Contact InformationSherry Williford, Chair
Nacogdoches County Master Gardeners
This organization shall be a non-profit, educational, literary and charitable association of the Texas AgriLife Extension Service.
The Master Gardener Demonstration garden is located on teh corner of East Main and University Drive. Volunteers are needed on Saturdays from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Linda McLean, Mastergardener
(936) 715-9927 or (405) 740-6653
Nacogdoches Homelessness Prevention Coalition
Empower individuals currently experiencing a housing crisis with the ability to maintain stable housing and promote self-sufficiency
Angela Kirk, Encourager Program Coordinator
917 Ruby St. Nacogdoches
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Nacogdoches Treatment Center
MissionDedicated to helping children and adults with disabilities
Kathy Strong, Executive Director
119 Hughes, Nacogdoches
O'Malley Alley Cat Organization
O'Malley Alley Cat Organization is looking to start a spay and neuter program for SFA's free roaming cats.
Volunteer NeedsWorking with animals
Contact InformationDiana Hensley
P.O Box 633452, Nacogdoches
Main Street Program - City of Nacogdoches
Volunteer NeedsConstruction/manual labor, administrative (filing, phones, etc), special events.
Contact InformationSarah O'Brien, Main Street Manager
P.O. Box 635030, Nacogdoches
Meet the spiritual and physical needs of small Texas communities through coordinated efforts between volunteer teams, management and staff.
LuVenia Owens, Region 1 Service Unit Representative
118 E. Hospital St. Nacogdoches
Solid Foundation Association
Establish and build a solid foundation that stimulates educational, social, economic and spiritual growth in the Nacogdoches community for children, youth and adult residents.
John B. Cannings, President/Acting Director
2220 E. Main Street, Nacogdoches