Community Impact Awards

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Welcome to the second phase in the Community Impact Project!

Below are the three non-profit organizations that the communities of Blount, Knox, and Sevier Counties nominated to receive the first annual Community Impact Award. All three have received this monetary award, but only one can receive the monetary bonus!

To vote for your organization, follow the links below and “like” the Well-Key Facebook page for the region the non-profit is located and “like” and “share” the post about the award. The regional page with the most likes will be announced mid-January and will receive the bonus!

The nomination organizations are:

Love Kitchen

The Love Kitchen provides meals, clothing and emergency food packages to homebound, homeless and unemployed persons. They work with local agencies to provide meals, secure used clothing, and donate services in the hope of promoting the self-sufficiency of those they serve. The organization has no paid staff; all donations go to those who need it most. Their ultimate goal is to provide nourishment for anyone who is hungry and to establish a community center to serve as a safe haven supporting area children and their families. Learn more by visiting

To vote for Love Kitchen, visit the Knoxville Facebook. “Like” the page, and “like” and share the post about the award!

Kingdom Design Ministries

Their mission is to create dream room makeovers for children who have experienced devastation in their young lives. Through these rooms, they restore hope in families and share the love of Jesus Christ. Their focus is to increase the quality of life for these children with emphasis on health and wellness, independence, life safety, function, environmental, sustainability, technology, color theory, sensory experiences, and spirituality. To learn more, visit

To vote for Kingdom Design Ministrites, visit the
Maryville Facebook. “Like” the page, and “like” and share the post about the award!

Trula Lawson Early Education Center

The mission of the Trula Lawson Early Childhood Center, is to foster a safe, nurturing environment that encourages children to obtain their potential socially, emotionally, and academically. They believe: Communication between school staff and parents is integral for Special Education student success; developing character is a part of education; a safe supportive environment nurtures learning and success; children should be given opportunities to learn in the least restrictive environment; parents are vital parts of the educational team; schools are the framework for the development of life skills; all children have the right to reach full potential within every learning opportunity; a family’s right to privacy should be respected; all children deserve to feel valued as unique individuals, dignity, respect and trust are integral parts of the learning process; all learning styles need to be addressed. For more information, please visit

To vote for Trula Lawson Early Education Center, visit the
Sevierville Facebook. “Like” the page, and “like” and share the post about the award!

Winner will be announced in January. Thank you for participating!

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