❄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

Tony Murchison for 2022 Snowflake Ball King!


by 47 supporters

$10,000 goal

"I have long admired the work of the CAC, and specifically the Office on Aging. The partnership between the office, and the UT College of Social Work, where I work, has been invaluable. I am so happy to support the CSW alumni and current students that work at the CAC, and I am especially proud to support the cause of meeting the needs of the older adult population." Tony Murchison

Tony Murchison is the Director of Outreach and Engagement for the UT College of Social Work, where he oversees the Recruitment and Communications efforts. Tony is the chair of UTK’s LGBTQ+ Alumni Council and has recently been appointed to the Chancellor’s Commission for LGBT People, where he serves as co-chair of the Communications and Alumni subcommittee. He is also a member of the 2021-2022 cohort for the UTK Leadership Development Program. In addition to his work at the university, Tony serves on the Board for the Mental Health Association of East Tennessee and on the Diversity Task Force at Maryville College. In his spare time, Tony enjoys reading, spending time with his ten nieces and nephews, and traveling with his husband, Jim.

Team Members

Tony Murchison for 2022 Snowflake Ball King!


47 supporters

Charles Lomax for 2022 Snowflake Ball King!


34 supporters

Caroline Brooks Wilder for 2022 Snowflake Ball Queen!


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Jennifer Baugh-Ratcliff for 2022 Snowflake Ball Queen!


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Emma Parrott for 2022 Snowflake Ball Queen!


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Holly Hood for 2022 Snowflake Ball Queen!


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Brian Hatmaker for 2022 Snowflake Ball King!


7 supporters

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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EIN 23-7432847