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16911View DetailsShoppers Paradise BLACK EXPO 2019

Businesses will present their products and services. An awards ceremony. Live concerts. Fashion Show. Speakers. Community forums, food, music and workshops.

12/14/201912:00 PM09:00 PM
16912View DetailsShoppers Paradise BLACK EXPO 2019

Businesses will present their products and services. An awards ceremony. Live concerts. Fashion Show. Speakers. Community forums, food, music and workshops.

12/15/201912:00 PM09:00 PM
17056View DetailsLawncrest Recreation Center

Toiletries drive for the homeless. Accepting donations now until January 20th 2020. Volunteers are asked to bring new toiletry items only. Nothing old or used. Some suggested items include: new socks, razors, shaving cream, deodorant, tooth brush, tooth paste, shampoo, soap, new underwear, mouth wash, new hats, new gloves etc.

01/02/202009:00 AM12:00 PM
17055View DetailsLawncrest Recreation Center

Toiletries drive for the homeless. Accepting donations now until January 20th 2020. Volunteers are asked to bring new toiletry items only. Nothing old or used. Some suggested items include: new socks, razors, shaving cream, deodorant, tooth brush, tooth paste, shampoo, soap, new underwear, mouth wash, new hats, new gloves etc.

01/03/202009:00 AM12:00 PM
19343View DetailsWellness Initiative for Senior Education

“Wellness Initiative for Senior Education,” 11:30 a.m. Jan. 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 and Feb. 7. The six-week, evidence-based substance abuse prevention and wellness program will cover topics from stress management and healthy living to medication management and prescription drug abuse. Free lunch will be provided. Registrants agree to attend all six sessions.

01/03/202010:00 AM03:00 PM
17053View DetailsLawncrest Recreation Center

Toiletries drive for the homeless. Accepting donations now until January 20th 2020. Volunteers are asked to bring new toiletry items only. Nothing old or used. Some suggested items include: new socks, razors, shaving cream, deodorant, tooth brush, tooth paste, shampoo, soap, new underwear, mouth wash, new hats, new gloves etc.

01/04/202009:00 AM12:00 PM
17052View DetailsLawncrest Recreation Center

Toiletries drive for the homeless. Accepting donations now until January 20th 2020. Volunteers are asked to bring new toiletry items only. Nothing old or used. Some suggested items include: new socks, razors, shaving cream, deodorant, tooth brush, tooth paste, shampoo, soap, new underwear, mouth wash, new hats, new gloves etc.

01/05/202009:00 AM12:00 PM
17051View DetailsLawncrest Recreation Center

Toiletries drive for the homeless. Accepting donations now until January 20th 2020. Volunteers are asked to bring new toiletry items only. Nothing old or used. Some suggested items include: new socks, razors, shaving cream, deodorant, tooth brush, tooth paste, shampoo, soap, new underwear, mouth wash, new hats, new gloves etc.

01/06/202009:00 AM12:00 PM
19353View DetailsHealthy Community Think Tank

The Howell Alliance will host a Healthy Community Think Tank on Jan. 6. Topics discussed at quarterly meetings include social media/technology use, vaping, underage drinking, marijuana use and mental health. Community members are welcome to share their ideas and perspective in an informal environment to enrich the community’s commitment to youth at-risk behavior prevention. No membership is necessary. The 2020 meeting dates are Jan. 6, April 6, July 6 and Oct. 5 at 7 p.m. at Echo Lake Pavilion,

01/06/202007:00 PM09:00 PM
17050View DetailsLawncrest Recreation Center

Toiletries drive for the homeless. Accepting donations now until January 20th 2020. Volunteers are asked to bring new toiletry items only. Nothing old or used. Some suggested items include: new socks, razors, shaving cream, deodorant, tooth brush, tooth paste, shampoo, soap, new underwear, mouth wash, new hats, new gloves etc.

01/07/202009:00 AM12:00 PM
18819View DetailsSupport Our Troops Care Package

School Wide Event - Care Package for our Troops
Holy Cross Catholic School
144 East Mount Airy Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19119
215-242-0414

Creating care packages filled with toothpaste, hand sanitizes, deck of card, bar soap,foot powder,lip balm, thick socks, baby wipes, small deodorant, sunscreen, lens cleaner, batteries AA & AAA,
board games, books, puzzles.

01/07/202008:00 AM03:00 PM
18869View DetailsSupport Our Troops Donation

School Wide Event - Drop off donation from 1/8 through 1/17/2020- Mon- Fri
Holy Cross Catholic School
144 East Mount Airy Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19119
215-242-0414

Collecting:Toothpaste, hand sanitizes, deck of card, bar soap,foot powder,lip balm
thick socks, baby wipes,small deodorant,sunscreen,lens cleaner, batteries AA & AAA,
board games, books , puzzles.

01/07/202008:00 AM03:00 PM
17049View DetailsLawncrest Recreation Center

Toiletries drive for the homeless. Accepting donations now until January 20th 2020. Volunteers are asked to bring new toiletry items only. Nothing old or used. Some suggested items include: new socks, razors, shaving cream, deodorant, tooth brush, tooth paste, shampoo, soap, new underwear, mouth wash, new hats, new gloves etc.

01/08/202009:00 AM12:00 PM
17048View DetailsLawncrest Recreation Center

Toiletries drive for the homeless. Accepting donations now until January 20th 2020. Volunteers are asked to bring new toiletry items only. Nothing old or used. Some suggested items include: new socks, razors, shaving cream, deodorant, tooth brush, tooth paste, shampoo, soap, new underwear, mouth wash, new hats, new gloves etc.

01/09/202009:00 AM12:00 PM
17047View DetailsLawncrest Recreation Center

Toiletries drive for the homeless. Accepting donations now until January 20th 2020. Volunteers are asked to bring new toiletry items only. Nothing old or used. Some suggested items include: new socks, razors, shaving cream, deodorant, tooth brush, tooth paste, shampoo, soap, new underwear, mouth wash, new hats, new gloves etc.

01/10/202009:00 AM12:00 PM
17046View DetailsLawncrest Recreation Center

Toiletries drive for the homeless. Accepting donations now until January 20th 2020. Volunteers are asked to bring new toiletry items only. Nothing old or used. Some suggested items include: new socks, razors, shaving cream, deodorant, tooth brush, tooth paste, shampoo, soap, new underwear, mouth wash, new hats, new gloves etc.

01/11/202009:00 AM12:00 PM
18113View DetailsQuilts For Love

Quilts of Love is sponsoring a day of quilt-making from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 11, at St. Edmond Catholic Church, Rehoboth Beach. Quilts are given to infants and children in Sussex County. All materials are provided for the day of fun and creativity. Those who don’t know how to sew will be taught. Attendees who can bring a sewing machine are asked to do so. All are asked to bring a covered dish to share at lunch. Donations accepted for future bees include pure cotton fabrics and fla

01/11/202009:00 AM01:30 PM
17045View DetailsLawncrest Recreation Center

Toiletries drive for the homeless. Accepting donations now until January 20th 2020. Volunteers are asked to bring new toiletry items only. Nothing old or used. Some suggested items include: new socks, razors, shaving cream, deodorant, tooth brush, tooth paste, shampoo, soap, new underwear, mouth wash, new hats, new gloves etc.

01/12/202009:00 AM12:00 PM
18114View DetailsThe Sussex Bird Club

The Sussex Bird Club will present a program on Purple Martins at 2 p.m., Sunday, Jan. 12, at the Lewes library. Joel Martin, a member of the Purple Martin Conservation Association, has been tending to Purple Martin colonies for more than 25 years; he will talk about his experiences with these remarkable birds. Purple Martins are North America’s largest swallow. In their eastern range, they rely exclusively on human-made nesting boxes. These gourd-shaped hanging structures are a familiar sight in

01/12/202002:00 PM04:00 PM
17044View DetailsLawncrest Recreation Center

Toiletries drive for the homeless. Accepting donations now until January 20th 2020. Volunteers are asked to bring new toiletry items only. Nothing old or used. Some suggested items include: new socks, razors, shaving cream, deodorant, tooth brush, tooth paste, shampoo, soap, new underwear, mouth wash, new hats, new gloves etc.

01/13/202009:00 AM12:00 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
18132View DetailsCommunity Night

We invite you to visit The Franklin Institute for free on Community Nights! Everyone is welcome to join us at this monthly event that features our famous permanent exhibits, hands-on activities, and live science shows. Each month we highlight local partner organizations that provide science activities or resources.

This event is free. Doors open at 5:00 pm. We invite guests to park in our garage for a discounted rate of $6 for the evening.

01/13/202005:00 PM08:00 PM
17043View DetailsLawncrest Recreation Center

Toiletries drive for the homeless. Accepting donations now until January 20th 2020. Volunteers are asked to bring new toiletry items only. Nothing old or used. Some suggested items include: new socks, razors, shaving cream, deodorant, tooth brush, tooth paste, shampoo, soap, new underwear, mouth wash, new hats, new gloves etc.

01/14/202009:00 AM12:00 PM
18126View DetailsBeebe Auxiliary at Bebbee Treasure Chest Thrift Store

The auxiliary needs volunteers, any age, young or seasoned, to help out at the Beebe Treasure Chest Thrift Store, open seven days a week in the Midway Shopping Center on Route 1 behind Candy Kitchen. Volunteers can choose the hours they want to work. Tasks include sorting donated items, arranging displays, restocking shelves and working the cash register. Especially needed are young, strong individuals who can help with furniture pickups and deliveries.

01/14/202008:00 AM06:00 PM
18127View DetailsLewes Public Library Promote Your Non-Profit

Nonprofit organizations or community groups looking to reach more people may be able to place information in the lobby display case at Lewes Public Library. The library is seeking groups to organize informational displays for a two-week period in its lobby display case which is seen by the hundreds of people who walk through the library doors every day. For nonprofit agencies, this is an opportunity to educate the community.

01/14/202008:00 AM06:00 PM
18128View DetailsGuardianship Monitoring Program

There are approximately 1,200 active adult guardianship cases in the State of Delaware. These vulnerable individuals are adults who have been deemed incapacitated by the Court of Chancery and have had guardians appointed to make medical and/or financial decisions on their behalf. The Guardianship Monitoring Program is in need of volunteers to meet with these individuals, in care facilities as well as in the community, and to update the court on their current health and well-being.

01/14/202008:00 AM06:00 PM
18129View DetailsPFLAG–Rehoboth Beach

PFLAG–Rehoboth Beach provides support, education, and advocacy to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender persons, their loved ones, family and friends, to cope with the unique challenges each of them may face. It can be difficult to learn that oneself or a loved one is gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgendered. PFLAG offers a safe place for people who have questions or would like share their experiences with others. PFLAG provides a confidential setting that is respectful of human diversity.

01/14/202008:00 AM06:00 PM
18130View DetailsRead Aloud Delaware

Read Aloud Delaware is looking for volunteers who love to read to children. Volunteers usually read one to two hours per week in local child care centers. To sign up online, go to www.readalouddelaware.org. For more information, call 302-856-2527.

01/14/202008:00 AM06:00 PM
18131View DetailsCommunity Night

Read Aloud Delaware is looking for volunteers who love to read to children. Volunteers usually read one to two hours per week in local child care centers. To sign up online, go to www.readalouddelaware.org. For more information, call 302-856-2527.

01/14/202008:00 AM06:00 PM
16708View DetailsPoquessing Middle School

wrestlers, cheerleaders, Tri-M Music Honor Society, Friends of Rachel Club, Student Council, Interact & environmental club will make blankets and donate them to St. Mary's

01/15/202011:00 AM02:30 PM
16709View DetailsPoquessing Middle School

wrestlers, cheerleaders, Tri-M Music Honor Society, Friends of Rachel Club, Student Council, Interact & environmental club will volunteer at their local nursing home

01/15/202011:00 AM02:30 PM
17042View DetailsLawncrest Recreation Center

Toiletries drive for the homeless. Accepting donations now until January 20th 2020. Volunteers are asked to bring new toiletry items only. Nothing old or used. Some suggested items include: new socks, razors, shaving cream, deodorant, tooth brush, tooth paste, shampoo, soap, new underwear, mouth wash, new hats, new gloves etc.

01/15/202009:00 AM12:00 PM
16707View DetailsPoquessing Middle School

wrestlers, cheerleaders, Tri-M Music Honor Society, Friends of Rachel Club, Student Council, Interact & environmental club will make chocolate covered pretzels for the homeless

01/16/202011:00 AM02:30 PM
17041View DetailsLawncrest Recreation Center

Toiletries drive for the homeless. Accepting donations now until January 20th 2020. Volunteers are asked to bring new toiletry items only. Nothing old or used. Some suggested items include: new socks, razors, shaving cream, deodorant, tooth brush, tooth paste, shampoo, soap, new underwear, mouth wash, new hats, new gloves etc.

01/16/202009:00 AM12:00 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
18117View DetailsLucheon Leran

The Coastal-Georgetown AAUW branch will hold a luncheon meeting from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 16, at the Virden Center on the University of Delaware Lewes campus. Julie Frieswyk, assistant director of youth programs at University of Delaware Horn Entrepreneurship, will speak about her work with high school students around the world to put their innovative ideas into action. The youth programs also empower K-12 educators to infuse their classrooms with creativity, design-thinking passion

01/16/202011:00 AM02:00 PM
18994View DetailsOne King Day, One Book

Roslyn Elementary School will be reading and discussing My Daddy, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr during our school-wide assembly.

01/16/202010:00 AM02:00 PM
19315View DetailsRoslyn Elementary Donation Collection

Roslyn Elementary School will collecting items to donate to Stenton Family Manor (Homeless Shelter). We are collecting various toiletry items, underwear, socks, water bottles, juice and snacks.

01/16/202010:00 AM02:00 PM
16706View DetailsPoquessing Middle School

Wrestlers, Cheerleaders, tri-m Music honor society, friends of rachel club, student council, and environmental club will read to the kids from their closest elementary school.

01/17/202011:00 AM02:30 PM
17014View DetailsLMSD MLK Afternoon of Service

dream flags

01/17/202001:30 PM03:30 PM
17040View DetailsLawncrest Recreation Center

Toiletries drive for the homeless. Accepting donations now until January 20th 2020. Volunteers are asked to bring new toiletry items only. Nothing old or used. Some suggested items include: new socks, razors, shaving cream, deodorant, tooth brush, tooth paste, shampoo, soap, new underwear, mouth wash, new hats, new gloves etc.

01/17/202009:00 AM12:00 PM
17068View DetailsBridle Path Elementary School MLK Day of Service 2019

Bridle Path Elementary School is honored to participate again this year in the MLK Day of Service. The entire school will fill breakfast bags with food items and they will be donated to our local food bank for distribution to those in need.

01/17/202008:00 AM03:00 PM
17139View DetailsLMSD MLK Afternoon of Service

Valentine day cards for vets

01/17/202001:30 PM03:30 PM
17140View DetailsLMSD MLK Afternoon of Service

no sew blankets

01/17/202001:30 PM03:30 PM
17141View DetailsLMSD MLK Afternoon of Service

book and school supplies drive

01/17/202001:30 PM03:30 PM
17142View DetailsLMSD MLK Afternoon of Service

shoe drive

01/17/202001:30 PM03:30 PM
17143View DetailsLMSD MLK Afternoon of Service

toiletry drive

01/17/202001:30 PM03:30 PM
17144View DetailsLMSD MLK Afternoon of Service

making snack bags for ronald mcdonald house

01/17/202001:30 PM03:30 PM
17145View DetailsLMSD MLK Afternoon of Service

art projects

01/17/202001:30 PM03:30 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
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
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
17635View DetailsMLK Day of Service

Our event is an annual, school wide event to promote the ideals of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The purpose of our day is to facilitate service opportunities, food donations and other service projects. It is also to educate all of the children at RTES about the history of civil rights and the importance of civil rights history to our current lives. All 420 children participate, as well as all stafff and often over 50 volunteers.

01/17/202009:00 AM03:30 PM
18065View DetailsBreakfast Honoring the Life and Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

The YMCA of Greater Monmouth County is proud to announce that its annual memorial breakfast honoring the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. will take place on Friday, January 17, 2020, 7:30–9:30 a.m., at the Sheraton in Eatontown, 6 Industrial Way East.

Event tickets are $30 for adults, $10 for youth (16 & under) and $250 for a table of 10. For tickets or more information on the breakfast or essay contest, please contact Event Manager Sandy Riddle at 732.671.5505, ext. 119 or e-ma

01/17/202007:30 AM09:30 PM
18551View DetailsPennsylvania School for the Deaf (Philabundance - Mary Gilloghy)

Elementary students will collect non perishable foods January 17 - February 17, 2020 to donate to Philabundance

01/17/202009:00 AM12:00 PM
19355View DetailsConversations of King: Keep Moving From This Mountain - Reception and Panel

WHYY and NewCORE invites you to interact with ‘Keep Moving from This Mountain,’ a historic yet still relevant keynote address delivered by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., to the students and faculty of Spelman College nearly six decades ago. In his 1960 Founder’s Day address, King identified four symbolic mountains – relativism, materialism, segregation, and violence — that must be overcome if civilization is to survive. Ahead of the federal holiday, join your neighbors in conversation about morali

01/17/202006:00 PM08:00 PM
19594View DetailsPennsylvania School for the Deaf (Face to Face Germantown Chelsea Adasko)

Taking a group of students to Face to Face Germantown to prepare lunch for the homeless.

01/17/202009:00 AM12:00 PM
19614View DetailsPennsylvania School for the Deaf (ECC Video Story Project - Teagan & Dane)

We will be doing a mixture of stories in ASL for young children in the Early Childhood Education Center (preschool). One about kindness and acceptance, for that is what MLK's message was ( we are thinking something similar to the ugly little duckling) but will ultimately decide this with the students tomorrow morning. Another general story, such as a well known fairy tale and will use the recommended MLK stories from Global Citizen.

01/17/202009:00 AM12:00 PM
19686View DetailsPennsylvania School for the Deaf (Making Birdfeeders - Alison Smith & Lydia Keener)

Students will build birdfeeders to be placed at campus locations.

01/17/202009:00 AM12:00 PM
16774View DetailsWynnefield Library

Volunteers will crochet, knit and donate scarves for Operation Gratitude, and Personal, Period, Purses for local schools, libraries and recreation
centers.
In addition, we will engage in conversations regarding 'Women of Color, and their Struggle for the Right to Vote: from 1776 to the Present'.

01/18/202011:00 AM03:00 PM
16840View DetailsAfrican American Museum in Philadelphia

AAMP in Partnership with Citizen's Bank looks forward to hosting our annual MLK Weekend! On January 18th, we will offer $2 admission to the general public and will fill the museum with arts & crafts activities

01/18/202010:00 AM05:00 PM
16880View DetailsAfrican American Museum in Philadelphia

AAMP in Partnership with Citizen's Bank looks forward to hosting our annual MLK Weekend! On January 18th, we will offer $2 admission to the general public and will have read-alouds, sTreehouse books will be partnering with AAMP to donate books for our service project!

01/18/202010:00 AM05:00 PM
16881View DetailsAfrican American Museum in Philadelphia

AAMP in Partnership with Citizen's Bank looks forward to hosting our annual MLK Weekend! On January 18th, we will offer $2 admission to the general public and will have various service projects , scavenger hunts, and performances!

01/18/202010:00 AM05:00 PM
17039View DetailsLawncrest Recreation Center

Toiletries drive for the homeless. Accepting donations now until January 20th 2020. Volunteers are asked to bring new toiletry items only. Nothing old or used. Some suggested items include: new socks, razors, shaving cream, deodorant, tooth brush, tooth paste, shampoo, soap, new underwear, mouth wash, new hats, new gloves etc.

01/18/202009:00 AM12:00 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
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
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
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
17536View DetailsKwanzaa: Glove and Sock Drive

Collecting and organizing socks and gloves for the children in this Head Start (pre-k)

01/18/202009:00 AM01:00 PM
17636View DetailsGratz Gives Day

This event occurs on SATURDAY. Simon Gratz Mastery Charter is partnering with Nicetown CDC to donate at least 100 boxes of holiday meals to local community members, while also serving them a warm meal. Our volunteers will be working from 10AM-12PM to sort food and create individual boxes for families, from 12-2PM to serve a warm meal and distribute food, and from 2-3PM to clean up the project site.

01/18/202010:00 AM03:00 PM
17637View DetailsGratz Gives Day

From 12PM-2PM we will be serving a warm meal (provided by staff) to community members.

01/18/202010:00 AM03:00 PM
17638View DetailsGratz Gives Day

From 2PM-3PM we will be cleaning up the site.

01/18/202010:00 AM03:00 PM
17865View DetailsRediscovering Cobbs Creek

Building picnic table and painting. Cleaning Creek and Trail.

01/18/202009:00 AM01:00 AM
17866View DetailsRediscovering Cobbs Creek

Building picnic table and painting. Cleaning Creek and Trail.

01/18/202009:00 AM01:00 AM
17941View DetailsDr. Martin Luther King Weekend

Engage in special readings from Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s  "Letter from Birmingham Jail” and respond to its relevance today. Readings and discussions

01/18/202011:30 AM12:30 AM
17946View DetailsDr. Martin Luther King Weekend

Engage in special readings from Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s  "Letter from Birmingham Jail” and respond to its relevance today. Readings and discussions

01/18/202001:30 PM02:30 PM
17947View DetailsDr. Martin Luther King Weekend

Engage in special readings from Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s  "Letter from Birmingham Jail” and respond to its relevance today. Readings and discussions

01/18/202003:30 PM04:30 PM
18144View DetailsTrail Walk

Trail Work on Cherry Hill Township's 11 trails will take place on this day to honor the work of Dr. King. Meet us at the big red barn at Croft Farm, 100 Bortons Mill Road at 9 am. We will be breaking into groups to work on trail maintenance, trash pick-up, and other work to maintain our open space and trails within the township. Gloves and tools will be provided.

01/18/202009:00 AM12:00 PM
18147View DetailsYouth Leadership Summit

Modeled after Interfaith Philadelphia’s 10 years of experience leading Interfaith Alternative Break trips for college and high school students, the Youth Interfaith Leadership Summit will provide Chester County youth with the opportunity to hone their leadership skills and tackle issues of diversity. This three-day service learning program will provide high school students with the core curriculum and skills from our Walking the Walk Youth Initiative while also learning more about the religious

01/18/202010:00 AM04:00 PM
18656View DetailsSandwiches and Necessities for the Homeless

Members and Volunteers will prepare packages with sandwiches, water, snacks, toiletries and items for warmth, like socks, hats, gloves and scarfs for approximately 250-300 homeless to be distributed to several areas through Philly. The locations we will be distributing are:

a. The Convention Center on the Broad Street Side

b. The Ben Franklin Bridge Area

c. 8th and Arch Sts.

d. 5th and Spring Garden Sts.

e. Suburban Station Underground / 15th & JFK Blvd.

01/18/202010:00 AM02:00 PM
18782View DetailsRejuvenation Pop-Up Lounge

An opportunity for relaxation and restoration for people experiencing homelessness. Volunteers are needed to make this day as soothing and relaxing for our guests as possible. Responsibilities include providing manicures, offering facials, and providing shopping assistance to guests at our Pop-Up Lounge and Shop.

01/18/202011:00 AM02:00 PM
16770View DetailsMichener Art Museum Annual MLK Jr. Day of Service and Art

Learn more about the eagleYcondor arts and animal programs while meeting program founders, veterinarians, and educators. Write a letter to an Ecuadorian child, which will be delivered during the February 2020 program, and create a drawing of an Ecuadorian animal. Learn how your involvement with eagleYcondor can promote goodwill in your family, school, nation, or world. Participants are asked to bring a gently used or new pair of children’s shoes to the Day of Service.

01/19/202001:00 PM03:00 PM
16771View DetailsMichener Art Museum Annual MLK Jr. Day of Service and Art

Write a letter to an Ecuadorian child, which will be delivered during the February 2020 program, and create a drawing of an Ecuadorian animal.Participants are asked to bring a gently used or new pair of children’s shoes to the Education Gallery through the month of January, to be given to the children living in rural Ecuador.

01/19/202001:00 PM03:00 PM
17004View DetailsJRA January Food Distribution

JRA is looking for volunteers of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities to pack and deliver boxes of nutritious food to our diverse recipient base of 6,000 individuals and families facing food insecurity in the Greater Philadelphia area.

Box Making & Produce Packing: 8:30 to 9:30 AM

Food Box Packing:
Tiny Tots (ages 6 and under): 8:30 to 9:30 AM
All ages: 10:00 - 11:30 AM

Food Delivery: 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM

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17005View DetailsMLK Challenge

Campus clubs and organizations sign up to participate in the project. Last year, the Rugby Club, Alpha Lambda Delta members, and Circle K members participated.

01/19/202009:00 AM12:00 PM
17021View DetailsJRA January Toiletries Distribution

JRA will also distribute 360 bags of kid friendly food to clients with school-aged children, and will provide toiletry bags to 90 clients. Toiletry bags include diapers, incontinence supplies, paper towels, toilet paper, dish soap, and laundry detergent.
Box Making & Produce Packing: 8:30 to 9:30 AM
Food Box Packing:
Tiny Tots (ages 6 and under): 8:30 to 9:30 AM
All ages: 10:00 - 11:30 AM

01/19/202010:00 AM11:30 AM
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