Learn How You Can Help
A volunteer is anyone who gives his or her time and talent by choice, does a good deed for free, and helps others in the community by doing real and important work.
The Arc of Smith County believes that all people with intellectual and developmental disabilities are defined by their own strengths, abilities and inherent value, not by their disability.
There are lots of reasons to volunteer! In addition to earning hours for school, you get to: help other people, make new friends, learn about the community, develop leadership skills, get recognized for your work, enhance your resume and college applications, learn new skills, explore your interests, gain self-confidence, make a difference in the community and most of all, you get to have fun!
Programs and Events
The Arc provides a variety of programs for our consumers and their families. They include recreational, social, advocacy and support programs. If you have any questions regarding any programs, please contact Rhonda Boaz, Program Manager for The Arc, at 903-597-0995.
(Spring and Fall)
Arc Performing Artists
The Fearfully and Wonderfully Made Company
All Home Fusion • American State Bank • Austin Bank • Benchmark Design • Brad Boles -Boles Design Group • Brookshire Grocery Company
Christus Trinity Mother Frances Health System • Eri Consulting Inc. • Four Seasons Women’s Health • Southside Bank • Gollob Morgan Peddy PC
United Way of Tyler/Smith County: A Member Agency Junior League of Tyler : A Supportive Agency
Thank you to the many individuals, local Foundations and Businesses that continue to give support to the Arc of Smith County. We appreciate our Corporate Sponsors for their support of the Arc’s programs and activities that are offered to over 1500 Special Needs Citizens and Families in Smith County.
The Arc is a member of the Chamber of Commerce