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 Entry IDLink to Entry Project Name Project Description Project Date Project Start Time Project End Time
17229View DetailsJFCS VII

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01/20/202008:00 AM03:00 PM
17230View DetailsJFCS VIII

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01/20/202008:00 AM03:00 PM
17231View DetailsLiteracy Event

Literacy event where sheriffs are reading to students

01/13/202008:00 AM03:00 PM
17232View DetailsBook Drive

Literacy event where sheriffs are reading to students

01/13/202008:00 AM03:00 PM
17233View DetailsAddiction: Let's Talk About It

The day will begin with a continental breakfast from 8:30 to 9:00 AM. Following, we will be having a discussion with community members on the impact addictions have had personally and in families. The discussion will begin with testimonies from individuals on the impact of drug addictions, food addictions, alcohol addictions, and sexual addictions. We will then have breakthrough groups with experts in each area of addiction to answer questions and gain more knowledge and information.

01/20/202008:30 AM12:30 PM
17235View DetailsServing Homeless Fri.1/17/20 Spring Garden location @ 5:30 PM

Volunteers will arrive at 5:30 pm to help with meal prep and serving dinner to 200+ homeless men women and children.

01/17/202005:30 PM08:00 PM
17237View DetailsServing Homeless Dinner Sat.1/18/20 Spring Garden location @ 4:30 PM

Volunteers will arrive at 4:30 pm to help with meal prep and serving dinner to 100+ homeless men women and children.

01/18/202004:30 PM07:30 PM
17238View DetailsServing Homeless Brunch Sun.1/19/20 Spring Garden location @ 8:30 AM

Volunteers will arrive at 8:30 am to help with meal prep and serving lunch to homeless men women and children.

01/19/202008:30 AM12:00 PM
17239View DetailsServing Homeless Dinner Mon.1/20/20 Spring Garden location @ 5:30 PM

Volunteers will arrive at 5:30 pm to help with meal prep and serving dinner to homeless men women and children.

01/20/202005:30 PM08:00 PM
17240View DetailsServing Homeless Dinner Fri. 1/17/20 3959 Lancaster Ave @ 5:30 PM

Volunteers will arrive at 5:30 pm to help with meal prep and serving dinner to homeless men women and children at 3959 Lancaster Ave, Phila PA 19104

01/20/202005:30 PM08:00 PM
17241View DetailsServing Homeless Brunch Sun 1/19/20 3959 Lancaster Ave @ 8:30 AM

Volunteers will arrive at 8:30 am to help with meal prep and serving dinner to homeless men women and children at 3959 Lancaster Ave, Phila PA 19104

01/20/202008:30 AM12:00 PM
17242View DetailsMax Myers Playground

A scheduled program that evolves arts and crafts (youth 4-9)

01/20/202009:00 AM01:00 PM
17244View DetailsServing Homeless Dinner Mon. 1/20/20 3959 Lancaster Ave @ 5:30 PM

Volunteers will arrive at 5:30 pm to help with meal prep and serving dinner to homeless men women and children at 3959 Lancaster Ave, Phila PA 19104

01/20/202005:30 PM08:00 PM
17246View DetailsUnited Friends School

A scheduled program that involves food making, card making, mat making, and an end of day reflection (everyone).

01/18/202009:00 AM01:00 PM
17247View DetailsAction for Early Learning Family Read Along

West Phila. Action for Early Learning Initiative (AFEL) will be honoring the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr with a Family Read-Along and Book Distribution as part of the annual MLK Day of Service at Drexel University’s Dornsife Center for Neighborhood Partnerships, 3509 Spring Garden Street. Activities will take place from 10 am to Noon. Parents, caregivers and children of all ages are encouraged to participate. Children’s books will be distributed. A Local Actor will re-enact an MLK Speec

01/20/202009:00 AM01:00 PM
17249View DetailsUnited Friends School

We will be sending students out to various locations to do the above said projects.

01/18/202009:00 AM01:00 PM
17250View DetailsBeth Am Israel: MLK Day of Service and Learning

We'll be welcoming folks from all backgrounds and ages to participate in hands-on service projects and learning opportunities.
Some activities will include: making sandwiches to donate to homeless shelter, making inspirational cards for children with cancer, sorting clothes, sorting/dedicating/recording books, making therapy goat leads, green project, package home goods for refugees, and much more! We'll be having discussion of justice reform and interfaith dialogue. Food will be served!

01/20/202009:00 AM12:30 PM
17251View DetailsCare Day of Sharing

Vare Rec. Staff and Advisory Council will be working the community to create a fun day. The day consists of a fun and interactive Dr. Martin Luther King treasure hunt for Children and a community lunch.

01/20/202010:00 AM03:00 PM
17252View DetailsNew southern tabernacle bc

Cleaning a local church.

01/20/202009:00 AM03:00 PM
17253View DetailsLet's Create a Library Space

We will be clean the space, painting the space, and beginning to transport books and shelving to the space for the library if possible.

01/20/202009:00 AM03:00 PM
17254View DetailsReading Comprehension

The entire community is invited to attend this project. All ages will have activities and information to take home. Free books will be given out.

01/19/202010:45 AM02:00 PM
17255View DetailsStrawberry Mansion Faith Based Community Coalition

Each year Local Churches, and community development organizations come together to clean up the neighborhood, and bring awareness to the community about the many resources available.

01/20/202011:00 AM01:00 PM
17257View DetailsReading Matters: Bethel Academy. Library

Our after school program has a library of over 300 books which are in need of labeling and organizing to assist our students in selecting titles that are appropriate for their age group! Open to all!!

01/20/202010:00 AM02:00 PM
17258View DetailsMLK Interfaith Service

ALL ARE WELCOME TO JOIN US for an Interfaith Worship Service bringing together congregations and houses of faith from Lower Merion and Haverford Townships. Service will have special readings, interfaith choir and call to action! OPEN TO ALL!

01/19/202010:30 AM12:00 PM
17259View DetailsMartin Luther King Day Celebration at the National Constitution

The National Constitution Center will honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s lifelong dedication to justice, liberty, and service for the greater good on January 20 with community service projects, special performances, and fun for the whole family. The Center will again join with the Global Citizen’s Greater Philadelphia Martin Luther King Day of Service for the daylong commemoration. The National Constitution Center is also organizing the donation of school supplies.

01/20/202010:00 AM03:00 PM
17260View DetailsDepaul House

Art project, prepare lunch for the residents, organize closet of donations

01/20/202009:00 AM01:00 AM
17262View DetailsMudGirls Studio Clean-Up

We are trying to increase production and need working space. Also, any help with production allows keeps the cost of production down which helps maintain the supported employment model. An additional studio room needs to be updated with paint, cleanup. Also, they can work in the production of goods.

01/20/202010:00 AM02:00 PM
17263View DetailsChildren's Book Collection

Stockton is an Age-friendly University, and one of the 10 principles is: To promote intergenerational learning to facilitate the reciprocal sharing of expertise between learners of all ages. By giving grandparents new books to read to their grandchildren, we can promote intergenerational connections and also potentially improve literacy for children. We will collect new and used children's books to distribute to kids and grandparents in Atlantic City.

01/20/202010:00 AM02:00 PM
17264View DetailsCrafts and Reading with New Day

The goal/mission of New Day FSC is to prevent Child Abuse and Neglect. By providing fun actives to our families for MLK day, we will be enhancing our mission. We plan on having four different crafts and reading in the kid room about MLK.

01/20/202010:00 AM02:00 PM
17265View DetailsWrite for Rights at Stockton University

We will be using the Write for Rights campaign to write letters of support to individuals who are imprisoned for speaking up against injustices around the world. We also send letters to governments calling for the release of these said individuals.

01/20/202010:00 AM02:00 PM
17266View DetailsLetter Writing with Los Latinos Unidos

As the Latino organization on campus, it is part of our mission to spread awareness of the issues that impact the Latino community, as well as give voices to those who don't have the opportunity to speak up. Our organization would like to sponsor a project that includes writing letters of support and encouragement to the detainees being held in ICE detention centers.

01/20/202010:00 AM02:00 PM
17269View DetailsConwell School

The school has been able to acquire 16 metal tables, now they must be put together and mounted in the school yard.

01/20/202009:00 AM12:00 PM
17270View DetailsCopper Beech

Copper Beech will be a center to collect school supplies from the community of students, families, and leaders starting from December 2nd to January 17th. There will be an assembly on Jan. 7th to commemorate MLK's life and the importance of character that C.A.R.E.S.

01/21/202008:30 AM03:20 PM
17271View DetailsB3T Building a Better Bensalem

We are organizing the community to come together to show unity in the community. Bensalem residents along with any state, national, local leader, Clergy, Mayor, Senator, Bensalem Council members, Director of Public Safety and police officers.

01/20/202009:00 AM07:00 PM
17273View Details"I Have a Dream Speech"

The National Constitution Center will honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s lifelong dedication to justice, liberty, and service for the greater good on January 20 with community service projects, special performances, and fun for the whole family. The Center will again join with the Global Citizen’s Greater Philadelphia Martin Luther King Day of Service for the daylong commemoration.

01/20/202012:00 PM12:30 PM
17275View DetailsTwo of a Kind

Visitors can sing along with “Two of a Kind,” an award-winning, nationally touring, husband-wife duo, during an interactive musical program. Focusing on themes related to Dr. King, the performance will encourage audience participation through songs, sign language, movement, and stories.

01/20/202011:00 AM11:30 AM
17276View Details"I Have a Dream Speech"

The National Constitution Center will honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s lifelong dedication to justice, liberty, and service for the greater good on January 20 with community service projects, special performances, and fun for the whole family. The Center will again join with the Global Citizen’s Greater Philadelphia Martin Luther King Day of Service for the daylong commemoration.

01/20/202002:00 PM02:30 PM
17277View DetailsTwo of a Kind

Visitors can sing along with “Two of a Kind,” an award-winning, nationally touring, husband-wife duo, during an interactive musical program. Focusing on themes related to Dr. King, the performance will encourage audience participation through songs, sign language, movement, and stories.

01/20/202001:00 PM01:30 PM
17278View DetailsMartin Luther King Day of Service at the National Constitution Center

Day of Service Story Corner
9:30 a.m. – 3 p.m., Grand Hall Lobby
At the National Constitution Center’s story corner, museum staff will engage the day’s youngest visitors. The Center’s staff will read beloved books about Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

Arts and Crafts Activity Tables
9:30 a.m. – 3 p.m., Grand Hall Lobby
Visitors can create “I Have a Dream…” mobiles and express their dreams for their communities, the country, and the world.

Martin Luther King Jr. and His Legacy
10:30 a.m.,

01/20/202009:30 AM03:00 PM
17279View DetailsBook and School Supply Drive

In the spirit of service emulated by Dr. King, the museum is organizing the donation of books as well as school supplies, including pens, pencils, crayons, copy papers, hand sanitizer, and folders for Philadelphia school students.

01/20/202010:00 AM03:00 PM
17282View DetailsOak Lane Library: One King Day, One King Book

As part of an afterschool program (LEAP), the children's librarian will read My Daddy, Martin Luther King, Jr. by Martin Luther King III to children in grades K-5. After discussing the book, children will write or draw an answer to the question, "What can you learn from the story about courage and taking action?"

01/16/202004:00 PM05:00 PM
17294View DetailsGaudenzia Centro Primavera

Gaudenzia Centro Primavera will hold its Annual Read - A- Thon, books on the Life and Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. will be read.
All are welcome to attend. Refreshments will be served.

01/20/202012:00 PM02:30 PM
17295View DetailsCook for a Friend with Sandmeyer Steel

Volunteers from Sandmeyer Steel will be packaging emergency food bags that will go to our Home Delivered Meals Clients this winter. The volunteers will also be putting together 300 emergency meals that will help our clients get through weeks where the weather does not allow normal food deliveries, and cooking 200 additional meals that for our clients.

01/20/202010:00 AM12:00 PM
17299View DetailsMaking and Serving food to homeless adults

We will buy the food, prepare it at someone's house, serve the dinner at 8 or 9:00 p.m., at the church where the homeless people sleep, and clean up. We will also make brown bag lunches for them to take with them when they leave the church the following morning.

01/21/202004:00 PM10:00 PM
17300View DetailsSister Cities Celebrates MLK

The girls of the Sister Cities Girlchoir will travel to 2 libraries in the Kensington neigbhorhood and perform a tribute concert to Dr. King.

01/18/202010:00 AM12:00 PM
17309View DetailsMLK Day Challenge

Card Making, Donations for Burlignton County Animal Shelter, Oaks Integrated care Food Bank and Operation Yellow Ribbon of South Jersey, Volunteer Opportunities Fair

01/20/202010:00 AM03:00 PM
17312View DetailsBethel Community Baptist Church/ MHHOM INC.

WE ASK THAT EACH VOLUNTEER DONATE A USED CLEAN COAT MALE OR FEMALE. Come with a SMILE.
We will be making sandwiches, fill soup cups, sort and pack toiletries, snack sacks, cut out words of encouragement inserts, pack sandwich bags.

01/20/202009:00 AM01:30 PM
17313View DetailsGreen BYRNE Child Care Center

Make Sandwiches, Collect/Sort and Pack Toiletries, Pack Cookie Bags

01/20/202011:00 AM03:00 PM
17315View DetailsBackpack & Blankets

TOMORROW’S GIRLS & Women along with volunteers mission is to put together homeless care backpacks filled with essential items to help people living on the streets this. In addition we will offer fleece blankets and emergency (space) blankets. These NASA designed, foil-type blankets are designed to be wrapped as close to the body as possible and will hold in 90% of body heat. Bags will be distributed throughout North Philadelphia and surrounding areas.

01/20/202009:00 AM06:00 PM
17329View DetailsMLK Community Service Projects

Various service projects will take place in the church's annex. 10 am - 1pm

01/20/202010:00 AM01:00 PM
17330View DetailsYeadon Public Library

The youth will later clean the library and paint a mural on the wall in the teen section of the library. Also The 2019/2020 Girls Who Code in conjunction with Sisters R Us Survivors Of Delaware County will prepare care packages for Breast Cancer Survivors.

01/20/202010:00 AM04:00 PM
17404View DetailsMLK Environmental Action Day

See the additional information section for activities that focus on environmental education and stewardship. All community members are welcomed to attend, including valued Wynnefield and Overbrook residents, St. Joseph's University students, and youth attendees.

01/20/202012:00 PM04:00 PM
17405View DetailsMLK Environmental Action Day

See the additional information section for activities that focus on environmental education and stewardship. All community members are welcomed to attend, including valued Wynnefield and Overbrook residents, St. Joseph's University students, and youth attendees.

01/20/202012:00 PM04:00 PM
17408View DetailsWinter Essential Kits

Volunteers will check in at the Unitarian Society of Germantown, attend a brief service, and then go to the project site to prepare and deliver winter essential kits for local seniors.

01/20/202008:30 AM12:00 PM
17409View DetailsSoup-Making at Summit Presbyterian Church

Volunteers will check in at the Unitarian Society of Germantown, attend a brief service, and then go to the project site to prepare soup for a local soup kitchen.

01/20/202008:30 AM12:00 PM
17410View DetailsPIHN Plate and Bowl Making

Volunteers will check in at the Unitarian Society of Germantown, attend a brief service, and then go to the project site to make ceramic bowls to be used at the PIHN Empty Bowl Dinner fundraiser.

01/20/202008:30 AM12:00 PM
17413View DetailsPennsylvania School for the Deaf (Sock Collection for the Homeless)

Administrative offices staff will donate new clean socks for homeless shelters & people living on the streets.

01/17/202009:00 AM12:00 PM
17416View DetailsPennsylvania School for the Deaf (Food Delivery - Nadene & Nerita)

Students will bake and deliver cookies to first responders at Roxborough police and fire departments.

01/17/202009:00 AM12:00 PM
17418View DetailsPennsylvania School for the Deaf (Operation Gratitude - Meghan) #1 of 6

Collect items for care packages for deployed soldiers; make paracord survival bracelets; cards

01/17/202009:00 AM12:00 PM
17419View DetailsPennsylvania School for the Deaf (ASL Stories w/ ECC - Roberto) #2 of 6

Students will either be creating videos or going over to the Early Childhood Center (birth to age 3) of the school

01/17/202009:00 AM12:00 PM
17420View DetailsPennsylvania School for the Deaf (Watershed Cleaning - Deb & Olivia) #3 of 6

Clean up the local watershed outdoors.

01/17/202009:00 AM12:00 PM
17421View DetailsPennsylvania School for the Deaf (Valley View - Jaime)#4 of 6

Students will make cards/flowers and bring/play games with deaf senior citizens at the Valley View nursing home in Bucks County.

01/17/202009:00 AM12:00 PM
17422View DetailsPennsylvania School for the Deaf (Prividence Animal Shelter - Ally)#5 of 6

Students will collect pet supplies to sent to the animal shelter.

01/17/202009:00 AM12:00 PM
17423View DetailsPennsylvania School for the Deaf (Domestic Abuse Project - Mary F)#6 of 6

Students will collect toiletries and supplies to make gift packages for women struggling with abuse situations in Media PA

01/17/202009:00 AM12:00 PM
17424View DetailsPennsylvania School for the Deaf (PSD Chapel Center Storage Clean up - Daniel)

Students will conduct a clean & organize storage closets, and adjacent areas of the Chapel Center for the Drama club projects.

01/17/202009:00 AM12:00 PM
17425View DetailsPennsylvania School for the Deaf (SPCA - Kate)

The 3rd/4th grade will be fundraising and collecting supplies for the local SPCA.

01/17/202009:00 AM12:00 PM
17426View DetailsPennsylvania School for the Deaf (Deaf students in Kenya - Andrea & Katie)

The fifth graders at PSD (Katie's class and Andrea's) will be doing a service learning project with deaf students in Kenya.

01/17/202009:00 AM12:00 PM
17427View DetailsPennsylvania School for the Deaf (Philly Goat Project - Prinnie)

High school students will go to the farm and do daily clean-up tasks; then bring goats to PSD to interact with Students and Staff;
Return Goats to the barn.

01/17/202009:00 AM12:00 PM
17428View DetailsPennsylvania School for the Deaf (Maplewood Mall Clean up - Alicia)

Elementary special needs class with do outdoor clean up at the Maplewood Outdoor Mall on Germantown Avenue.

01/17/202009:00 AM12:00 PM
17430View DetailsPennsylvania School for the Deaf (Donate Knit Supplies to Shelter - KLH)

Will create knit & crochet project gift packages to Germantown women's shelter organization

01/17/202009:00 AM12:00 PM
17431View DetailsKaysim Court

Volunteers will check in at the Unitarian Society of Germantown, attend a brief service, and then go to the project site to interact with mentally handicapped residents, e.g., play games and listen to a live music performance.

01/20/202008:30 AM12:00 PM
17433View DetailsPIHN Cleanup

Volunteers will check in at the Unitarian Society of Germantown, attend a brief service, and then go to the project site to sanitize toys and clean up at a day center for families in transition.

01/20/202008:30 AM12:00 PM
17434View DetailsGermantown Life Enrichment Center

Volunteers will check in at the Unitarian Society of Germantown, attend a brief service, and then go to the project site to clean, organize, and possibly paint classrooms.

01/20/202008:30 AM12:00 PM
17435View DetailsCliveden Nursing and Rehabilitation Center

Volunteers will check in at the Unitarian Society of Germantown, attend a brief service, and then go to the project site to play games, do art projects, enjoy music, interact with the elderly.

01/20/202008:30 AM12:00 PM
17436View DetailsWayne and Johnson Cleanup

Volunteers will check in at the Unitarian Society of Germantown, attend a brief service, and then go to the project site to pick up trash and debris.

01/20/202008:30 AM12:00 PM
17437View DetailsWissahickon Boys and Girls Club

Volunteers will check in at the Unitarian Society of Germantown, attend a brief service, and then go to the project site to clean, organize, and possible paint program spaces.

01/20/202008:30 AM12:00 PM
17438View DetailsSoup-making at the Unitarian Universalist Church of the Restoration

Volunteers will check in at the Unitarian Society of Germantown, attend a brief service, and then go to the project site to make soup for a local soup kitchen.

01/20/202008:30 AM12:00 PM
17439View DetailsSoup Making at the Unitarian Society of Germantown

Volunteers will check in at the Unitarian Society of Germantown, attend a brief service, and then go to the kitchen to make soup for a local soup kitchen.

01/20/202008:30 AM12:00 PM
17440View DetailsCard Making

Volunteers will check in at the Unitarian Society of Germantown, attend a brief service, and then go to the designated area to make non-personalized birthday cards for seniors living at a local service agency.

01/20/202008:30 AM12:00 PM
17441View DetailsBreakfast Bag Assembly

Volunteers will check in at the Unitarian Society of Germantown, attend a brief service, and then go to the designated space to assemble breakfast bags.

01/20/202008:30 AM12:00 PM
17443View DetailsLunch Bag Decorations

Volunteers will check in at the Unitarian Society of Germantown, attend a brief service, and then go to the designated area to decorate lunch bags.

01/20/202008:30 AM12:00 PM
17444View DetailsSnack Bag Assembly

Volunteers will check in at the Unitarian Society of Germantown, attend a brief service, and then go to the designated area to assemble trail mix bags for delivery to local boys and girls club.

01/20/202008:30 AM12:00 PM
17445View DetailsDeliver Breakfasts, Lunches, Snacks

Drivers with cars and others are needed to box and delivered bagged lunches, snacks, and soup to local social service agencies, some as far as Center City. Passengers with drivers are encouraged.

01/20/202008:30 AM12:00 PM
17446View DetailsUnitarian Universalist Pennsylvania Legislative Advocacy Network (UUPLAN) Advocacy Project

Volunteers will check in at the Unitarian Society of Germantown, attend a brief service, then participate in letter writing regarding various issues such as gun control, immigration, and economic justice; possibly engage in voter registration activity.

01/20/202008:30 AM12:00 PM
17447View DetailsLunch Bag and PB&J Sandwich Assembly

Volunteers will check in at the Unitarian Society of Germantown, attend a brief service, then go to the designated space to make PB&J sandwiches and assemble lunch bags. Peanut butter will be used in this activity.

01/20/202008:30 AM12:00 PM
17448View DetailsCardboard Houses

Volunteers will check in at the Unitarian Society of Germantown, attend a brief service, then go to the designated room to assemble and decorate cardboard housed to collect donations for the Philadelphia Interfaith Hospitality Network (PIHN).

01/20/202008:30 AM12:00 PM
17449View DetailsPennsylvania School for the Deaf (Gift packages for homeleness children - Meg/Kate/Leigh)

Pre school project (infant - 3 years) families/staff donate items. Discuss concept of giving with students
Preschool students assist with categorizing items and sorting into bags
Distribute bags to shelters

01/17/202009:00 AM12:00 PM
17453View DetailsLingelbach School Cleanup

Volunteers will check in at the Unitarian Society of Germantown, attend a brief service, then go to a nearby public school to do general organization and cleaning; possibly some outdoor cleanup and spreading mulch.

01/20/202008:30 AM12:00 PM
17454View DetailsHouston School Cleanup

Volunteers will check in at the Unitarian Society of Germantown, attend a brief service, then go to a nearby school to do general organizing and cleaning.

01/20/202008:30 AM12:00 PM
17455View DetailsChrist's Lutheran Church

We will stuff teddy bears for distribution by children and family services

01/20/202012:00 PM02:00 PM
17456View DetailsChrist's Lutheran Church

We will collect children's books to donate to doctor's offices

01/20/202012:00 PM02:00 PM
17457View DetailsChrist's Lutheran Church

We will will make breakfast bags for Aid for Friends and meals for University Lutheran Soup Kitchen

01/20/202012:00 PM02:00 PM
17458View DetailsEngine 36/Ladder 20 - Vietnam Memorial Clean up

Working in conjunction with Father Judge High School, our companies will clean up the memorial and remove any trash and debris from the area. We will polish the bell and wipe down the granite headstone. At this time if there are any repairs needed to the fencing or post we will perform them.

01/20/202009:00 AM12:00 PM
17460View DetailsEngine 50/Ladder 12 - Neighborhood Clean-Up

Members will clean area around Fairhill Burial Ground, located near Germantown Avenue and Cambria Street. Fire prevention literature will be distributed.

01/20/202002:00 PM04:00 PM
17461View DetailsMount Holly Township MLK Day of Service

We will hosting a large group of residents / volunteers from the township of Mount Holly, surrounding towns, the 3 schools in the district, plus the local high school.
Partners include Mount Holly Twp Public School District, Rancocas Valley Regional High School, the Joint Base McGuire - Dix - Lakehurst, local businesses, etc.
The activities will include a non-perishable food donation, arts & crafts, a display of MLK related art and writings, games, letter writing, a reflection wall, etc.

01/20/202010:00 AM02:00 PM
17462View DetailsMount Holly Township MLK Day of Service

We will hosting a large group of residents / volunteers from the township of Mount Holly, surrounding towns, the 3 schools in the district, plus the local high school.
Partners include Mount Holly Twp Public School District, Rancocas Valley Regional High School, the Joint Base McGuire - Dix - Lakehurst, local businesses, etc.
The activities will include a non-perishable food donation, arts & crafts, a display of MLK related art and writings, games, letter writing, a reflection wall, etc.

01/20/202010:00 AM02:00 PM
17464View DetailsSleeping Mats

Making Sleeping Mats for the homeless in the surrounding community from plastic grocery bags. Volunteers from a local company.

01/20/202009:30 AM12:30 PM
17470View DetailsMobile Meals

The Mobile Meals project delivers meals to seniors, the sick, shut-ins and first responders in the community.

01/20/202008:00 AM02:00 PM
17471View DetailsSuperMarket Food Drive

This project focuses on providing food for local community institutions that feed the hungry, homeless and less fortunate. The “SuperMarket Food Drive” is conducted to stock the West Chester Food Cupboard.

01/20/202008:00 AM02:00 PM
17472View DetailsFood Drop-off

This project focuses on providing food for local community institutions that feed the hungry, homeless and less fortunate. Items from various food drives are received, packed and loaded on delivery trucks to stock the West Chester Food Cupboard.

01/20/202008:00 AM02:00 PM
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