Henry County is proud to be known as
“The Volunteer County of the Volunteer State.”

Volunteer Sites

Carl Perkins Center for the Prevention of Child Abuse (Henry County)

We always need help preparing food for our support groups, help with fundraisers and marketing and for those wanting more hands on after training and background checks we can use help with family support, super-friend/mentor situations and victim advocacy.

Carly Wheat
204 N. Brewer St.
Paris, TN 38242

Family Resource Center

Participate on Advisory Boards: Adult Advisory Board.
Volunteer to become a school-based mentor or tutor.
Donate School supplies, household, hygiene items for Children/Families.
Sponsor Children to join clubs, sport or other recreational activities.
Monetary contributions accepted.

Becky Holland, hollandb@henryk12.net
Judy Goad, goadj@henryk12.net

Central Community Service Center, Room 26
Jones Bend Road
Paris, TN 38242
Family Resource Center
217 Grove Blvd.
Paris, TN 38242
Phone: 731.642.2938

Henry County Archive & Genealogy Library

Assist genealogy patrons wanting to search historical and public records for Henry County.

Linda S. Dunlap, Asst. County Archivist
215 Grove Blvd Ste A
Paris, TN 38242

Heritage Center

Work shifts to answer the phone and do house tours, people to work on collection review and organization, periodic yard work, special events.

Suzie Herron
614 N. Poplar St.
Paris, TN 38242

REAL Hope Youth Center

Volunteers arrive at the Center at 3:00 p.m. and stay until 5:30.  Responsibilities include working one-on-one with students in a homework room (classroom) and assisting the club leaders with their group activities.  New volunteers receive an orientation on Center rules and procedures.  If you enjoy helping young children succeed this will be a great assignment for you.

Linley V. White
P. O. Box 283
55 Jones Bend Road Ext.
Paris, TN 38242
731.333.1320 Center
815.499.1220 Cell

RHEA Library Friends Bookstore

Valerie Carter
400 W. Washington St.
Paris, TN 38242
731-642-1702 ext 106

Salvation Army

Hang Clothes Daily, Straight up the store, generally helping employees. No cash register duties.

Tina Mathews
3830 Hwy 79 N.
Paris, TN 38242

Tennessee National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center

Tennessee National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center is looking for volunteers to work greeting the public. Visitor Center hours are Monday – Saturday 8:00 – 4:00 pm. We ask that volunteers work a 4 hour shift from 8 – 12, or 12 – 4. We offer excited visitors, fantastic lake views, a peaceful setting, and lots of wildlife. If interested, please call Joan Stevens at 731-431-6765.

The new refuge visitor center is located about a 20 drive from Paris. Take Oak Grove Road South off highway 79 North of Paris and follow the directional signs. The last mile of road will be gravel, but will be paved in 2015.

Joan Stevens
1371 Wildlife Drive
Springville, TN 38256
731-642-2091 x302

Tomorrow's Hope

Volunteers needed to run cash register; sort donations; launder clothing; wash items for yard sale room, Help stock store.

Cheryl Conner
211 North Poplar St.
Paris, TN 38242

UT Extension Office

Occasional volunteer needed to answer phones at office when short staffed. Periodically need volunteers to put together handbooks and other resources.

Michele Atkins
1120 Tyson Avenue
Paris TN 38242

Vita Taxes

Tax assistance.

Carole Walsh
195 Scenic Hill Drive
Paris, TN 38242

Volunteer Site of the Month

Starting in 2015 the Henry County Volunteer Center will sponsor a Volunteer Site of the Month in attempts to aid the site with community awareness and supplies if needed.

The November 2018 Site of the Month is Carl Perkins Center for the Prevention of Child Abuse!

Carl Perkins Center for the Prevention of Child Abuse is committed to providing support to those affected by abuse in our community.  They provide family support, super-friend/mentors and victim advocacy.  To learn more about them and the services they provide to our community, please contact them at 731-644-8455 or visit them at 204 N. Brewer St., Paris, TN

Ready to Become a Volunteer?

Download the Volunteer Center Application now.

Annual Volunteer Recognition Luncheon

Every November the Henry County Volunteer Center invites all active volunteers to a Recognition Luncheon. Presidential Volunteer Awards, Volunteer of the Year, and Volunteer Site of the Year are all recognized at the luncheon. Please make sure your address is current with the Volunteer Center and to turn in your hours each month to receive an invitation.

Volunteer of the Year

The Henry County Volunteer Center is pleased to recognize Carnell Browning as the 2015-2016 Volunteer of the Year.  Thank you for your continued service!

Volunteer Site of the Year

The Henry County Volunteer Center is pleased to recognize Henry County Archives and Genealogy Society as the 2015-2016 as the Volunteer Site of the Year.