Snowflake Ball 2021: A Virtual Celebration

Snowflake Ball 2021: A Virtual Celebration

Tune in here to on Saturday, February 20th at 7 pm for the Snowflake Ball Virtual Celebration!

Join us for an evening of celebration to benefit the Senior Companion Program from the comfort of your home! The 2021 Snowflake Ball will include entertainment, live stream, silent auction, local celebrity surprises and much more!

Follow our event on social media: #SnowflakeBall2021


  • Tell a friend about the Senior Companion Program.
  • Encourage others to volunteer as a Senior Companion.
  • Donate to support the Senior Companions.

Donate HERE!

You can receive a Snowflake Ball Party Box for a $50 donation!

Snowflake Ball Party Box

For a donation of $50, you can secure your gift box today! Gift Box items include: 2 mini bottles of Champagne, Chocolates, Popcorn, and a $25 gift card to a local Knoxville restaurant. Boxes can be picked up at the L.T. Ross Building (2247 Western Ave) on Fridays from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. For more information call 865-524-2786.

Snowflake Ball 2021 Virtual Silent Auction

Silent Auction bidding will open on Friday, February 12th at 4pm and it will end on Saturday, February 20th at 9pm. COMING SOON: Watch this space to preview the auction items up for bid.



Did you know that 40% of seniors in our community experience isolation on a regular basis? Can you imagine growing older in your home without the support of any family, friends, neighbors, or financial stability?  Who would you call for help? For over 300 seniors in Knox County, the answer is the CAC Senior Companion Program. This unique program mobilizes senior volunteers to provide support to homebound, lonely, and isolated older adults.

The Senior Companion volunteers receive a small stipend for their service which helps them purchase necessities such as food and medicine.  Your donation today will go towards covering the stipend, meals, and transportation costs for Senior Companion Volunteers.

Senior Companions help with many tasks:

  • Preparing Meals
  • Medication Reminders
  • Respite Care
  • Friendship and Companionship

Senior Companions assist:

  • Adults recovering from illness or surgery
  • Hospice patients
  • Individuals who feel alone and isolated
  • Seniors battling dementia or Alzheimer’s Disease

Over 300 seniors are waiting for a Senior Companion in Knox County.