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Nonprofit Newsletter

March 25, 2019


Thanks to the nonprofits who set up booths at
10 for Tupelo and helped spread the word about the work that is being done nonstop for those in need. Another thank-you goes out to the nonprofits who provided literature to be handed out to potential volunteers. 10 for Tupelo was a huge success, and planners are already looking toward next year's event. Including more nonprofits is high on the list of priorities.The goal is to make 10 for Tupelo a day that inspires volunteerism on every level.

(Get Connected)

Volunteer Northeast Mississippi has begun advertising our online volunteer hub to potential volunteers.

To date, 22 agencies have registered. Now is the time to register YOUR agency and post your volunteer needs. 

Go to and click on Nonprofits Click Here to get started. Register your agency and start posting your volunteer needs today!

National Volunteer Month

April is National Volunteer Month. This would be the perfect time to show your appreciation for your hard-working volunteers. Everybody likes a pat on the back!

Agencies That Have Registered on the Mississippi Hub Network (AKA Get Connected):

Autism Center of NEMS
Churches United Food Depot
Corinth-Alcorn Animal Shelter
F.A.I.T.H. Food Pantry
Faith Haven
Girl Scouts Heart of the South
Helpful Samaritan Food       
Helping Hands Food Pantry
     and Clothes Closet
Keep Tupelo Beautiful
Meals on Wheels
NextAge Mississippi
North MS Kidney Foundation
Oren Dunn Museum
Pontotoc Habitat for Humanity
Reconnect 4 Autism
Regional Rehab Center
Saints' Brew
St. Luke Food Pantry
Tupelo/Lee Hunger Coalition
United Way of NEMS
Questions? Comments?
Contact Rebecca at 662-432-0158 or
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