Welcome to the Koinonia Foundation Tennessee

The Koinonia Foundation Tennessee was founded in 2001 to promote and support programs offered by The University of Tennessee, through the College of Health and Human Sciences and the Department of Kinesiology, Recreation, and Sport Studies.

Since then, we have expanded our focus to broaden the range and scope of programs we would like to support in the East Tennessee Region. We understand that after the age of 21, individuals with disabilities in multiple functional domains have limited Program options to support  life-long learning and that can enrich their lives.

The event schedule for Fall evening and Saturday programs is in final stages of development. Check back on the Programs Page for updates. Legacy Camp information is also posted on the Programs Page on this website.

Volunteers (age 18+) are needed to assist with event setup, registration, activities and wrap-up. Interest and/or experience in working with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities required. To sign-up and receive additional information visit:
Volunteer Signup!


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The Koinonia Foundation is dedicated to building a strong community with lifelong learning and enrichment opportunities for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Through this brief survey, your answers will be helpful in enhancing our services and meeting your needs. Your response will only be used for survey purposes.
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Contact Information:
Koinonia Foundation, Inc.
244 N. Peters Rd, Suite 211
Knoxville, TN 37923
P: 865‐888‐7365
F: 865‐888‐7370
EIN: 62-1865273

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