Located At: 197 Imperial Blvd. Hendersonville, TN 37075
Contact Us At: (615) 822-8758
Become a Member or Volunteer.
Experience the excitement of members and enjoy all that the Senior Citizens Center of Hendersonville Adult Activity Center has to offer.
Low membership fees
Volunteer opportunities for all ages
BECOME A MEMBER
Participation fees for Senior Citizens Center of Hendersonville are $2.00 per week. An additional minimal fee applies to a few of our fitness classes with the fees going directly to the instructors. It is important to note that should you be unable to afford the weekly fee, it will be waived.
See our calendar to view upcoming events and programs for members.
Donations are gratefully accepted.
Senior Citizens Center of Hendersonville receives 47% of its funding from Federal, State, County, and City funding along with funding from United Way of Sumner County. The balance of our budget comes from fund raising events and local civic, business, and community support.
Our members are our greatest asset! Folks from literally all walks of life… retired teachers, law enforcement, attorneys, Veterans. We continually learn from each other and our life experiences!
If you know a Senior who would like to become more active, meet new friends, renew old acquaintances or enhance their overall quality of life, then Senior Citizens Center of Hendersonville is the place! Please contact us through the website or call (615) 822-8758 or drop in. We’d love to see you!
A major part of the programs at Senior Citizens Center of Hendersonville utilize volunteers on a daily basis to assist the participants and staff in offering contacts and programs to seniors in our community. A current listing of volunteer needs are as follows:
• Telephone Reassurance Calls and Cards– Calling and checking on community and Center members who may be ill, hospitalized or have other needs weekly and/or sending cards.
• Volunteer Office Assistant– Daily shifts available: 9:00 – 12:30 and 12:30 – 4:00 Monday through Thursday, and 9:00 – 12:00 and 12:00 – 3:00 on Friday.
Senior Citizens Center of Hendersonville Volunteer Office Assistants performs a variety of tasks depending on project deadlines at the Center. This will include answering telephones, greeting guests and potential members, as well as some light administrative tasks, as assigned. This position helps to extend the resources of the Center to better assist and direct the needs of it’s members.
• Instructors for Programming – Senior Citizens Center of Hendersonville Instructors provide physical and educational instruction to participants in many physical activities, crafts, computer use, dance, language classes, art/painting, and many other areas.
• Fundraising – Senior Citizens Center of Hendersonville is always in need of volunteers to help run the operations of the fundraiser events. If you are interested in volunteering to help with fundraising, contributing or helping to procure contributions, please contact at 615-822-8758.
Senior Citizens Center of Hendersonville is funded, in part, by the United Way of Sumner County (UWSC). We believe it is our community responsibility to give back to those who help us. By participating in the annual UWSC Workplace Campaigns, we as a center (staff, board and members) are able to show our gratitude by donating our time and efforts, as well as money to help further the cause of UWSC to they are able to help others as they have helped us! At the end of the campaign, we received the prestigious James W. Hawkins award for 100% participation. Our staff and board had 100% participation and many of our members contributed, as well! In addition, we collected over 300 coats for the Coat Drive held earlier in the year.
COOKIES FOR COPS
With all of the negativity being shown toward police officers and law enforcement officials, we thought a great way to show our support was our very first COOKIES FOR COPS program. SCHI members baked over 2,000 cookies for this program!! It was truly a heart-felt time to give these to our wonderful Police Department.
ACTION DURING TRAGEDY
In addition, when tragedy stuck the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee and our neighbors in Gatlinburg were in need, Senior Citizens Center of Hendersonville served as a drop-off and collection point for items to send to Gatlinburg. Cots, clothing, toiletries, coloring books & crayons, small toys, cleaning products and supplies and so many other items were donated from our members, as well as members of our community and with a little help from our friends, were hand-delivered to our neighbors in need. We even coerced Academy Sports into helping with a donation of socks and a great price on the cots!
Show your support. Donate today.
Your donations help to keep the price of membership and programs to a minimal so that everyone who wants to participate can; and that means the world to so many of our seniors!