Long Hollow is Here to Help
We know that the coronavirus health crisis is dramatically affecting many in our community. If you need help, please click the button below and we’ll follow up with you as soon as possible.
Help Deliver Teacher Appreciation Bags!
A portion of the Easter Offering will go to blessing every Sumner County School employee with a personalized Long Hollow bag filled with items from local businesses such as Willa’s Shortbread, Black Press Coffee Shop, & Big Poppa’s Corn (just to name a few!).
Join us in delivering items to these schools! Follow the registration link to select the date you would be available to pick up gifts from our Hendersonville campus (May 2nd, 3rd, or 4th). Gifts must be delivered to your assigned school within 24 hours of pickup. Your assignment will be chosen based on the high school you select. (For example: If you select Beech High School, you could be assigned to one of the following Beech High, TW Hunter, Knox Doss, Beech Elementary, Madison Creek, or George Whitten.)
Someone on our team will email you as soon as an assignment has been arranged. Additional Volunteer Information Sign up to serve on May 2nd, May 3rd, and/or May 4th Arrive at the Hendersonville Campus between 9 am and 12 pm to pick up the box/boxes of gifts and deliver them to the assigned school.
Long Hollow Blood Drive
Blood is needed for so many Covid patients, and this is a great way YOU can help! “Blood Assurance” is a new organization hosting a blood drive at Long Hollow on May 8 from 10 a.m – 3 p.m. All of the blood donated through “Blood Assurance” will be kept in our own community, in Sumner County!
Antibody testing will be completed for everyone who donates blood, so anyone donating will learn if they’ve previously had COVID-19.
When: Saturday, May 8, from 10:00am – 3:00pm
Where: Hendersonville Campus Gathering Area
Click here to register now!
Learn more about “Blood Assurance” (PDF) or if you live in another region, visit the Red Cross to set up a time to donate today.
Attend Our Online Campus? Serve in Your Community!
If you attend our Online Campus and don’t live near one of our physical campuses, there are still many great ways that you can serve and pour into your local community through family and group service projects. Consider some of the following options:
- Assemble goody bags and deliver to your local police or fire station
- Leave snacks & water bottles with an encouraging sign by your door for delivery workers
- Provide lunch to your local police or fire station
- Provide lunch or treats to your local librarians
- Deliver small gifts and care packages to patients and families in the children’s wing or NICU
- Serve free coffee, energy drinks, and snacks to staff and those waiting in the Emergency Room
- Backyard bbq
- Movie night
- Game/ trivia night (can be done virtually via Kahoot, Psych, Jack in the Box, etc.)
- Deliver fresh flowers to residents
- Distribute snacks to staff & residents (check with staff on food restrictions)
- Landscape a flower garden & sitting area for residents
- Cater a lunch for staff
- Develop relationship with principal & counselor(s)
- Provide snacks for teachers
- Write letters of encouragement to faculty
- Build a wheelchair ramp for a family
- Host a party or field day for the residents of a special needs home
- Identify a family with a special needs child and give the mom and dad a day out
Crisis Response Team
We are now taking sign-ups to form new crisis response teams for the fall. Many times Long Hollow has the opportunity to be among the first groups to respond to crisis events and disasters, so we want to form several teams that can be ready at a moment’s notice.
These teams will seek to serve the hurting both locally and nationally, and will help with a variety of needs from recovery, to cleaning, to praying with those in need.
Local Opportunities to Help
Visit this page on longhollow.com for a comprehensive list of all available local opportunities to help serve our community.