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Angelos at The Point Restaurant

Support Our Local Community

It's an undeniable fact that we wouldn't be in business if it weren't for the support of our loyal patrons and residents of Jefferson County. Many of our customers stop by on a regular basis, and we are privileged to get to know them as valued friends. Our staff is also comprised of many talented local residents, including students attending University of Tennessee and Carson Newman College. Our neighbors are people who are generous in giving of their time and resources to make a difference in the lives of others.

The management of Angelos' at The Point Restaurant is dedicated to help promote and facilitate the causes that serve the people in need throughout our community.

A few notable organizations and charities in our area are listed below. If you would like to have us include your Jefferson County charity, please email us with details.

  • Agape Acres, Inc.

    161 North Highway 92, Jefferson City, TN 37760 Residential and boarding care facility to offer total care; provides a long-term treatment facility for adults diagnosed with specific developmental challenges, brain injuries, and for addictive personality types.

  • House of Prayer

    837 Hopewell St., Dandridge, TN 37725 Provides hygiene essentials including bar soap, toilet paper, dish soap and laundry detergent to those who are in need the 3rd Saturday of each month; hygiene items are not available for purchase with food stamps.

  • Safe Harbor Child Advocacy Center

    Safe Harbor Child Advocacy Center, Inc. is a nonprofit corporation charted with the State of Tennessee on September 1, 2005 to serve the 4th Judicial District, consisting of Cocke, Grainger, Jefferson & Sevier Counties. Safe Harbor Child Advocacy Center is dedicated to serving children who are victims of severe neglect, physical and sexual abuse through prevention, education and intervention.

  • Appalachian Outreach

    Appalachian Outreach began in 1984 as a home repair ministry for poverty level people, by the Campus Ministries Department of Carson-Newman College, Jefferson City, Tennessee. Since then Appalachian Outreach has expanded its ministries to include a homeless shelter called Samaritan House, a food distribution ministry, a used clothing and furniture ministry, a computer and GED educational program, a ministry to Hispanic people, a recycling program, Christian nurturing and counseling.

  • DMA Emergency Food Pantry

    The Dandridge Ministerial Association (DMA) emergency food pantry serves all residents of South Jefferson County in East Tennessee. The Food Pantry is located at 977 Industrial Park Road in Dandridge, TN. The Food Pantry is supported primarily by local churches, organizations and individuals.

  • Life Outreach Center

    1179 North Hwy 92, Jefferson City, TN 37760 Free and confidential guidance and resources for anyone involved in an unplanned pregnancy; upholds the sanctity of human life and encourages abstinence. Life Outreach Center also compassionately embraces cases where abortion has been chosen, while sharing the unconditional love of Jesus Christ.

  • Habitat for Humanity

    Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit, ecumenical Christian ministry founded on the conviction that every man, woman and child should have a decent, safe and affordable place to live.