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 Entry IDLink to Entry Project Name Project Description Project Date Project Start Time Project End Time
17632View DetailsL.O.L (Lights On Literacy)

L.O.L is a service project presented by After School Activities Partnerships (ASAP) that aims to focus on the importance of literacy and provide resources to youth in the Southwest community. We plan to encourage learning in various forms by including book and book bag give a ways donations

01/20/202002:00 PM05:00 PM
19345View DetailsIn Remembrance of Martin

“In Remembrance of Martin,” 2:30 p.m. Jan. 20. This documentary features personal comments from family members, friends and advisers of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and also includes portions of his “I Have A Dream” speech. The film is available through the Library’s Kanopy digital service.

01/20/202002:30 PM05:00 PM
18785View DetailsCathedral Kitchen

We will prepare the meal and dining room to welcome our guests. We will serve dinner to our guests. Then we will clean the dining room and kitchen after the meal. We will have volunteers help with the meal
service. Project Hope will send a NP to do screenings for our guests (blood pressure, HIV, glucose, etc.)

01/20/202002:30 PM05:15 PM
16691View DetailsPoquessing Middle School

The week of MLK day several different groups (wrestlers, cheerleaders, Tri-M Music Honor Society, Friends of Rachel Club, Student Council, Interact & environmental club) will do service projects after school. making breakfast bags for Aid for Friends!

01/20/202003:00 PM04:00 PM
19351View Details"Souper Bowl: Great Soups and Appetizers for Game Day"

“Souper Bowl: Great Soups and Appetizers for Game Day,” 3 p.m. Jan. 31. Learn how to make great soups and appetizers with Jennifer Klein, a registered dietitian with Perlmutter Family ShopRite.

01/31/202003:00 PM05:00 PM
17948View 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

01/19/202003:30 PM04:30 PM
17949View 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

01/20/202003:30 PM04:30 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
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
18249View DetailsE.44 inside clean up 3320 Haverford Ave

Inside cleanup and helping to organize an MLK children's basketball game.

01/20/202004:00 PM05:00 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
17485View DetailsAnnual MLK Day of Service

Collecting and organizing supplies for community donation

01/24/202004:30 PM07:00 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
19109View DetailsFeeding the Homeless

Feeding the homeless.

Feeding the Homeless

MLK Jr. City Government Center
Harrisburg City Hall
10 N. 2nd Street
Harrisburg PA 17101

Monday, January 20, 2020

5 pm - 9 pm

01/20/202005:00 PM09:00 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
18136View DetailsODAAT Monthly Prayer Service: Special Black History Month Service

Prayer Services for clients, staff and community members who are in any type of Recovery or anyone looking for support in life’s journey. All are welcome.

There will be a Special Service on 2/18/18. The title will be “The Pain In Your History That Will Make You Great” and will be led by Mom Wells. This is a special Black History Month edition of the service. Please make this clear on the flyer.

01/19/202005:00 PM06:00 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
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
16928View Details2nd Annual ML King Day of Service Recognition Dinner

Penrose Playground will be hosting its 2nd Martin L. King Recognition Dinner. We will acknowledge the hard work and dedication of 6 community activists and 1 junior activist. These individuals have volunteered over the years to ensure that the Penrose community (families and friends) have a building for shelter during the day, a person that will listen, food for their bodies and a safe place to grow. These are individuals that worked hard to bring Martin L. King's dream to reality.

01/20/202005:30 PM08:00 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
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
17207View DetailsMLK Younger Girl Event

Meals and Wheels gifts

01/20/202006:00 PM08:00 PM
17097View DetailsMLK Younger Girl Event

The Girl Scouts of Saucon Valley in Kindergarten through 5th grade will be crafting toys for the shelter animals, thank you cards for the military and small gifts for the meals on wheels recipients.

01/20/202006:00 PM08:00 PM
17208View DetailsMLK Younger Girl Event

toys for animals

01/20/202006:00 PM08:00 PM
19144View DetailsCongregation Tifereth Israel Synogogue

Refreshments will be served after the service

01/20/202006:30 PM07:30 PM
19134View DetailsShirNathji Haveli Temple

**Must remove shoes before entering the Temple.

Dinner will served after the service.

01/20/202006:30 PM07:30 PM
19139View DetailsFaith Unity Islamic Organization

**Must remove shoes before entering the Mosque

Dinner will served after the service.

01/20/202006:30 PM07:30 PM
19130View DetailsLinconia Tabernacle

Refreshments will served after the service, disabled accessible.

01/20/202007:00 PM09:00 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
19150View DetailsMartin Luther King Day of Service at GESU School

Outdoor Cleanup

01/20/202008:30 PM01:00 PM
19152View DetailsMartin Luther King Day of Service at GESU School

"Eat With Love" -- Make Placements for Meals on Wheels!

01/20/202008:30 PM01:00 PM
19153View DetailsMartin Luther King Day of Service at GESU School

The Ignatian Discernment Tree--for the GESU and Prep Community

01/20/202008:30 PM01:00 PM
19154View DetailsMartin Luther King Day of Service at GESU School

Please Donate for the Package Hygiene Kits!!!

--Travel sized Gold Bond Powder, Unscented shower gel, mouth wash, toothpaste, tooth brushes, unscented body location, deodorant, hair care products and pocket or boxed tissues ONLY!

01/20/202008:30 PM01:00 PM
19157View DetailsMartin Luther King Day of Service at GESU School

Movie Screening of Selma and dialouge about it

01/20/202008:30 PM01:00 PM
17116View DetailsDay of Service Beautification Projects

Volunteers will mop floors, remove trash and debris, clean-up as needed and paint.

01/20/202010:00 PM02:30 PM
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