Monetary Donations

Donations of money are used to provide services to children right here in East Tennessee through one of our programs. You can specify which program you would like your donation to support or you can select for the money to be used where Little TN Valley currently has the most need.

Little TN Valley is a designated 501(c)(3) organization by the IRS, and all donations of money, time, or equipment are tax deductible. We can provide written receipt of donated items for your tax deduction. We deeply appreciate any donation that you can make to our center.

To donate, please mail a check to:
LTVEC
1432 East Lee Hwy
Loudon, TN 37774

Or click the button below to donate using your major credit card, debit card, or Paypal account.

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Amazon Smile

Amazon Smile is a simple and automatic way for you to support Little TN Valley every time you shop, at no cost to you! Once you sign up, Amazon will donate .5% of your purchase price to Little TN Valley if you designate us as your charitable organization.

IMPORTANT: You must shop through their www.smile.amazon.com website in order for Little TN Valley to receive the Amazon rewards.

How to enroll:

1) Go to smile.amazon.com and sign into your amazon account.

2) Type in "Little Tennessee Valley Educational Cooperative" where it asks you to pick an organization.

3) Select Little Tennessee Valley Educational Cooperative, and that's it!

4) Remember to bookmark Amazon Smile so that all of your purchases qualify as a charitable donation.

Adaptable Toys and Assistive Technology Devices

We accept donated toys that we can adapt in order to make them accessible. Kids with disabilities often cannot use toys as they were originally designed. For example, a child with cerebral palsy may not be able to reach their arm out and push a small button with one finger on an electronic toy. Not being able to play with toys like all the other children can negatively impact their motor skill development, their social development,. and their overall quality of life. However, when a toy is adapted so that an alternate method can be used to activate the toy, the child is able to play just like anyone else! All of our adapted toys and assistive technology devices are either given or loaned to local children with disabilities or their schools. Please contact our AT Center at at.center@ltvec.org if you have any questions.