More than 500 clubs serving their communities
Aktion Club is the only service club for adults with disabilities, with more than 12,000 members worldwide.
Where development has no disability.
To develop competent, capable, caring leaders through the vehicle of service.
To provide adults living with disabilities an opportunity to develop initiative, leadership skills and to serve their communities.
Hidden Treasures Academy students have become active contributors
to the health of the Lakeway community.
In 2016, Hidden Treasures Academy chartered the Aktion Club of Morristown, a Kiwanis Service Leadership Program.
Through the Aktion Club, our students have sponsored a bed kit for a child in Uganda; collected food items for a local food bank at Hillcrest Baptist Church; collected canned food items and toys for animals at the Morristown Humane Society; packed over 200 mobility devices (such as wheelchairs, walkers, crutches and canes) that were shipped to Kenya and distributed to individuals with disabilities; packed over 200 sack lunches for emergency personnel during the Gatlinburg Wildfires; packed sack lunches for Food on Foot; planted flowers at Ridin’ High, Inc.; provided food items, hot hands, gloves and toboggans for C.O.P.E., a ministry that serves the homeless in Morristown; planted and tended to a community garden at All Saints’ Episcopal Church; partnered with GFWC Somo Sala Circle during their annual chili luncheon which raised $1,800 for Abundant Hope Ministries, a local recovery program for women recovering from addictions; helped set-up for Luke 14 - an annual Spring party hosted at Manley Baptist Church for individuals with disabilities and their families with an attendance of 1,200; and helped set-up for East TN Access Life Expo – an annual Summer outdoors event hosted at Cherokee Dam for individuals with disabilities and their families with an attendance of 800. They have served cleaning the Women's Club House, built in the 1800's; helped set-up for a Missions Yard Sale at Gust Construction Company that raised $25,000+ for Love Justice International (to rescue those in human trafficking) and Nueva Esperanza; and served along side of our friends in the Kiwanis Club of Morristown during their Annual Pancake Breakfast.
For more information about the Aktion Club or our next meeting dates, please call our Club President, Randy Cameron, at (865) 607-8229.