Getting Involved is as Easy as 1, 2, 3

After completing these three simple steps, you’ll be set to make a difference in the lives of our kids.

meet the team

Cindy Young

director of community outreach

Cindy Young began working for the Coalition For Kids in October of 2015 as the Director of Community Outreach. Cindy attended East Tennessee State University and ran on the first women’s track team under Coach David Walker. She is a proud mother of three children, Jamey, Adam and Emily. She is a tennis teacher/coach in the summer and enjoys playing the game. Cindy attends The Rock Fellowship Church in Johnson City, TN and serves as a volunteer there.

How Can I Get Involved?

Individual Opportunities


Make a difference! Volunteer with us to empower children through mentoring, tutoring, and engaging activities. Join our compassionate team in creating a safe and supportive environment. Contribute your skills in various areas. Together, we can impact young lives. Join us today and be the change they need!


Discover C4K internships! Join our dedicated team and make a lasting impact on children's lives through education and mentorship. Gain practical experience in program coordination, curriculum development, and community engagement. Grow personally in our faith-based environment. Apply now for an internship that combines service and personal growth.

Group Opportunities

corporate volunteers

Partner with us to make a meaningful difference in the lives of children. Engage your company through volunteer initiatives, sponsorships, financial support and valuable resources. Join us in shaping a brighter future for the next generation. Explore corporate partnership opportunities and embark on a transformative journey of purpose and shared success.

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To get started, simply complete the short form below.

We are sure there is an opportunity that will excite you and be the right fit. How will you use the power of your time, attention or faith to support our students?

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Frequently Asked Questions

How can I volunteer at C4K?

There are numerous ways for individuals, families, churches and corporations to get involved with and to empower our kids. The first step to becoming a C4K volunteer is to complete the volunteer application, participate in an interview and then go through orientation.

Is there training involved?

Yes. Once you complete our application, you will be invited to attend an orientation/training session. After training, you will have an opportunity to see what volunteering is like firsthand.

How much time does it take to volunteer?

It's entirely up to you! Consistency is best but schedules can be created to match your availabilty.

I have a specific skill or area of expertise. Will I be able to volunteer in that area?

Yes, if it is aligned with the mission of C4K! We try to find opportunities for our volunteers to use their gifting in ways that meet the needs of the program. Please share with the Director of Community Outreach your interest to get plugged in!

Is there a dress code for volunteers?

Yes, there is. C4K is a faith-based, after-school program, so it is important for staff and volunteers to set an example. For this reason, volunteers are expected to groom and dress in a manner that is modest, professional and appropriate for their role.

Are volunteers expected to discipline the children?

No, volunteers are not expected to discipline the children. However, we want volunteers to be an authoritative figure in the classroom. Volunteers should be willing to help us keep the students on task and report behavioral problems to a staff member. Discipline policies will be covered in more detail during volunteer training.

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