❄Snowflake Ball 2022❄

Help us Crown the next Snowflake Ball King/Queen by donating to the Team Member of your choice! Click on Team Member photo to learn more about them.


148 supporters

$100,000 goal

Team Member

Caroline Brooks Wilder for 2022 Snowflake Ball Queen!


by 13 supporters

$5,000 goal

"To make a real difference in a seniors world is a motivating factor behind everything that I do on a daily basis. Running for Snowflake Queen seems like a natural progression of my daily mission.

Since 2003, I have seen first hand the isolation that many of our seniors face daily, and the detrimental impact of that isolation. The Senior Companions program helps not only the homebound seniors receiving services, it also helps the volunteers that provide the services. I am honored to help raise not only money but awareness for this important program." - Caroline Brooks Wilder

Caroline Brooks Wilder is a senior advocate, Founder and CEO of Roost. Caroline has worked in the senior industry for over 18 years, and in healthcare for over 25 years. Caroline believes that every senior deserves to be safely somewhere. She understands how the task of finding that safe place can sometimes seem overwhelming to seniors, caregivers, and families. That’s why she founded ROOST, to help seniors find a safe place whether that is in home with supportive services, an independent, assisted, or specialized memory care community. In addition to her day-to-day work through Roost, she actively supports the Knox County Office on Aging programs such as Senior Information & Referral, Mobile Meals, Knox PAWS and Senior Companions. Caroline is also an active supporter of the not-for-profit organization Alzheimer’s Tennessee. She serves as an active board member for Senior Information & Referral and The Hillcrest Foundation Planning Committee. Caroline graduated from the University of Tennessee with a BS in Psychology and earned her master’s degree in healthcare administration from Western Governors University. She is a licensed ACLF Administrator, a Certified Dementia Practitioner, and a Notary for the state of Tennessee. Caroline and her husband, Stephen Wilder live on a small family farm in Corryton. In her personal time, Caroline enjoys spending time with her husband, family, friends, and farm animals. Caroline and Stephen have an ever-increasing number of animals on their farm in Corryton which is currently home to 20 chickens, 2 goats, 2 cats and a livestock guardian dog.

Team Members

Caroline Brooks Wilder for 2022 Snowflake Ball Queen!


13 supporters

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47 supporters

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34 supporters

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Holly Hood for 2022 Snowflake Ball Queen!


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Greg Chandler for 2022 Snowflake Ball King!


2 supporters


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Knoxville - Knox County CAC

EIN: 23-7432847


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? Whom 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 - free of charge.

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.

For more information, please visit our website or email us at [email protected]
Follow our event hashtag on social media: #SnowflakeBall2022


Senior Companions help with many tasks:

Preparing Meals, Medication Reminders, Respite Care, Friendship, Companionship, and much more.

Senior Companions assist seniors who are:

Recovering from illness or surgery, hospice patients, lonely and isolated, and seniors battling dementia or Alzheimer’s disease.

Over 200 seniors are waiting for a Senior Companion in Knox County.


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



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Knoxville - Knox County CAC

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EIN 23-7432847