WTCI PBS Announces Chattanooga Stronger Together Focus Agencies

  • Saturday, December 9, 2023

 WTCI PBS announced the 24 area nonprofits that have been selected for season three of the local series, Chattanooga: Stronger Together.

Speech & Hearing Center

Chattanooga Autism Center

Lifespring Community Health

Clinica Medicos

Chattanooga Football Club Foundation

La Paz Chattanooga

Children’s Advocacy Center

On Point

Chattanooga Design Studio

Dynamo Studios

National Medal of Honor Heritage Center

Bessie Smith Cultural Center

Thrive Regional Partnership

Green|spaces Chattanooga

Medical Foundation of Chattanooga

A Step Ahead Chattanooga

Girls Inc.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Chattanooga

Launch Chattanooga

The Company Lab

Lookout Mountain Conservancy

Discovery Learners Academy

The Launch Pad

Dress for Success Chattanooga

Officials said, "Chattanooga: Stronger Together is a celebration of service in our community.

Host Barbara Marter talks to nonprofit leaders about local service organizations and the impact they’re having for our neighbors in the Chattanooga area. Nonprofits face challenges to promote the good work they're doing in the community and WTCI PBS is playing an important role in those efforts. The program is funded by local grants from the Weldon F. Osborne Foundation and the Schillhahn-Huskey Foundation."

"Our community is only as strong and healthy as our nonprofits. Chattanooga: Stronger Together is bringing nonprofit organizations together to raise community awareness of the great work achieved by nonprofits”, said Barbara Marter, host of Chattanooga: Stronger Together.

The third season of Chattanooga: Stronger Together will premiere Sunday, Jan. 7, at 10:30 a.m. on WTCI 45.1. The first episode of the season will feature interviews with Taylor Bostwick from the Speech and Hearing Center and Dave Buck from Chattanooga Autism Center. Soon after, viewers will be able to watch the premiere, along with past episodes of Chattanooga: Stronger Together, for free in the PBS app. The PBS app allows viewers to watch their favorite PBS shows on-demand from their favorite device. More information, including download links, is available here:


WTCI began broadcasting on March 4, 1970. The station serves 35 counties across Southeast Tennessee, Northeast Alabama, North Georgia and the western tip of North Carolina as a community licensed public television station and PBS affiliate. WTCI proudly provides trusted local and national programming to over 440,000 regional households, enriching lives through quality programs and services that educate, engage, and inspire a lifetime of learning and exploration. For more information about WTCI PBS, visit


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