2019 Alpha Reports

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 Workflow Step Final Status Host Organization Project Coordinator Name Phone (Day) Email Project Type Description Site Address County Date Start Time End Time # Total Volunteers # Additional Volunteers
Martin Luther King Jr Commemorative Committee of Chester and VicinityTwyla Simpkins(856) 803-0626mlkc3v@gmail.comIndoor Cleanup/Painting/Etc.

Our day will include mural painting.

515 Avenue of the States
Chester, Pennsylvania 19013
Chester01/21/201909:00 AM07:45 PM400
Martin Luther King Jr Commemorative Committee of Chester and VicinityTwyla Simpkins(856) 803-0626mlkc3v@gmail.comOther

Our day will include t-shirt painting.

515 Avenue of the States
Chester, Pennsylvania 19013
Chester01/21/201909:00 AM07:45 PM400
Martin Luther King Jr Commemorative Committee of Chester and VicinityTwyla Simpkins(856) 803-0626mlkc3v@gmail.comEducational Activity

Our day will include an essay and art contest.

515 Avenue of the States
Chester, Pennsylvania 19013
Chester01/21/201909:00 AM07:45 PM400
Martin Luther King Jr Commemorative Committee of Chester and VicinityTwyla Simpkins(856) 803-0626mlkc3v@gmail.comEducational Activity

Our day will include an mobile black history museum.

515 Avenue of the States
Chester, Pennsylvania 19013
Chester01/21/201909:00 AM07:45 PM400
Martin Luther King Jr Commemorative Committee of Chester and VicinityTwyla Simpkins(856) 803-0626mlkc3v@gmail.comEducational Activity

Our day will include a book fair.

515 Avenue of the States
Chester, Pennsylvania 19013
Chester01/21/201909:00 AM07:45 PM400
Martin Luther King Jr Commemorative Committee of Chester and VicinityTwyla Simpkins(856) 803-0626mlkc3v@gmail.comEducational Activity

Our day will include a book giveaway and author signings.

515 Avenue of the States
Chester, Pennsylvania 19013
Chester01/21/201909:00 AM07:45 PM400
Martin Luther King Jr Commemorative Committee of Chester and VicinityTwyla Simpkins(856) 803-0626mlkc3v@gmail.comEducational Activity

Our day will include two historical interpretation presentations of Bessie Coleman & Harriet Tubman by Dr. Daisy Century.

515 Avenue of the States
Chester, Pennsylvania 19013
Chester01/21/201909:00 AM07:45 PM400
Martin Luther King Jr Commemorative Committee of Chester and VicinityTwyla Simpkins(856) 803-0626mlkc3v@gmail.comTraining/Workshop

Our day will include workshops on conflict resolution, grief recovery, & community concerns.

515 Avenue of the States
Chester, Pennsylvania 19013
Chester01/21/201909:00 AM07:45 PM400
Martin Luther King Jr Commemorative Committee of Chester and VicinityTwyla Simpkins(856) 803-0626mlkc3v@gmail.comDonation Opportunity

Our day will include a quilting project.

515 Avenue of the States
Chester, Pennsylvania 19013
Chester01/21/201909:00 AM07:45 PM400
Delaware Riverkeeper NetworkFred Stine(856) 816-8021fred@delawareriverkeeper.orgOutdoor Cleanup

This is an invasive plants removal and litter clean up. Most of the ivy we'll be addressing is English ivy, but there is some poison ivy too. We will have protective gloves and Tecnu scrub for clean up. But volunteers can opt to pick up trash too and stay away from the plants. No problem. See more details above.

Cooper River Park at intersection of Cuthbert Blvd and South Park Blvd (southeast side of Cuthbert)
Haddon Township, New Jersey 08108
Camden01/21/201908:30 AM12:30 PM6525
Delaware Riverkeeper NetworkFred Stine(856) 816-8021fred@delawareriverkeeper.orgOutdoor Cleanup

This is an invasive plants removal and litter clean up. Most of the ivy we'll be addressing is English ivy, but there is some poison ivy too. We will have protective gloves and Tecnu scrub for clean up. But volunteers can opt to pick up trash too and stay away from the plants. No problem. See more details above.

Cooper River Park at intersection of Cuthbert Blvd and South Park Blvd (southeast side of Cuthbert)
Haddon Township, New Jersey 08108
Camden01/21/201908:30 AM12:30 PM3025
City Year PhiladelphiaJheri Grossman(856) 912-8513jgrossman@cityyear.orgIndoor Cleanup/Painting/Etc.

This year, City Year Philly will be at Kensington High School on a mission to help create a more bright and welcoming space for more than 600 students. Accompany City Year AmeriCorps members and staff, community leaders, neighbors, and friends on a full day of community service painting 100 murals to help beautify the school’s interior. This event is for all ages. Snack, water, and a light lunch will be provided to all. Please wear comfortable, closed-toe shoes and clothing to paint in.

2051 E Cumberland St
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19125
Philadelphia01/21/201909:00 AM02:00 PM1000100
Triton Regional HSJennifer Armstrong(856) 939-4500jarmstrong@bhprsd.orgDonation Opportunity

Students will be doing multiple projects including packing necessities for veterans, cleaning up the community and working with the VFWs

250 Schubert Ave
Runnemede, New Jersey 08078
Camden01/21/201911:00 AM03:00 PM30
Cathedral KitchenAlex Wills(856) 964-6771alex@cathedralkitchen.orgFood Packaging or Meal Service

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.)

1514 Federal St.
Camden, New Jersey 08105
Camden01/21/201903:30 PM05:15 PM60
Raritan Valley Community CollegeRicheleen Dashield(908) 526-1200rdashiel@raritanval.eduEducational Activity

The Student Government Association invites individuals of the Raritan Valley community to share their favorite short work based on the theme “MLK: Live the Legacy”. The Read-In will focused upon multicultural works. The Read-In is a very unique event as it connects cultural and literary diversity between writers. In addition, emerging student writers are granted the opportunity to share their work amongst one another. Students, faculty and staff will participate in the Read-In.

118 Lamington Road
Branchurg, New Jersey 08876
Other01/24/201901:00 PM03:00 PM150
Raritan Valley Community CollegeRicheleen Dashield(908) 526-1200rdashiel@raritanval.eduEducational Activity

Sixty students will participate in an intensive research exploration of African American culture and history by visiting the MLK Monument and National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C. Faculty will serve as their guides to assist students in completing several learning outcomes, which include developing Knowledge about different racial/ethnic groups, openness to diversity and challenges, socio-historical thinking, and social action engagement.

118 Lamington Road
Branchburg, New Jersey 08876
Other01/18/201907:00 AM10:00 PM60
Raritan Valley Community College - Student Government AssociationRicheleen Dashield(908) 526-1200rdashiel@raritanval.eduTraining/Workshop

Students will engage in increasing knowledge and skills to be active social justice advocates in their local communities. Various workshops will provide participates with Cognitive: Critical thinking, Openness to diversity and challenge, Knowledge about different racial/ethnic groups; Socio-Cognitive: Cultural awareness, Intellectual and social self-confidence, Leadership;
Citizenship: Interest in equity and social justice; Values/Attitudes: Civic values, Commonality of values with others.

118 Lamington Road
Branchburg, New Jersey 08876
Other01/15/201909:00 AM02:00 PM100
Raritan Valley Community CollegeRicheleen Dashield(908) 526-1200rdashiel@raritanval.eduEducational Activity

RVCC Children Campus Center will host a day of multicultural activities with 30 pre-school children. Activities will include 20 volunteers leading reading, multicultural artwork, puppet creation to celebrate the life and legacy of MLK.

118 Lamington Road
Branchburg, New Jersey 08876
Other01/22/201912:00 PM02:00 PM30
Raritan Valley Community CollegeRicheleen Dashield(908) 527-1200rdashiel@raritanval.eduCommunity Celebration or Concert

The college will honor community organizations that provide service learning and civic engagement activities for the Raritan Valley Community College student. Numerous community organizations serving disadvantaged populations (at-risk children, homeless, disabled, elderly, homebound) will be honored for their commitment to service. Students and Faculty will reflect on the service that they provide through service learning and club activities that focus on civic engagement. Service Learning is

118 Lamington Road
Branchburg, New Jersey 08876
Other01/25/201908:00 AM10:30 AM100
OneMontvilleRene Rovtar(973) 331-7100Rene.Rovtar@montville.netEducational Activity

The day with start with a unity walk. Participants will then visit four local houses of worship and participant in a community service project at each location.

86 River Road
Montville, New Jersey 07045
Other01/21/201910:30 AM02:30 PM150
UC GreenKiasha Huling(973) 464-1708kiasha.huling@ucgreen.orgOutdoor Cleanup

The first half of this service project will introduce volunteers to some key historical sites in West Philadelphia, providing an education on their significance. Volunteers will also learn about the trees located at these sites by name, historical significance and characteristics. We will walk to clean up a nearby historical site and learn about the historical markers throughout West Philadelphia.

4601 Spruce St
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19139
Philadelphia01/21/201910:00 AM02:00 PM2510
UC GreenKiasha Huling(973) 464-1708kiasha.huling@ucgreen.orgEducational Activity

The first half of this service project will introduce volunteers to some key historical sites in West Philadelphia, providing an education on their significance. Volunteers will also learn about the trees located at these sites by name, historical significance and characteristics. We will walk to clean up a nearby historical site and learn about the historical markers throughout West Philadelphia.

4601 Spruce St
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19139
Philadelphia01/21/201910:00 AM02:00 PM15
Montclair State UniversityRuth Delgado(973) 655-5318volunteer@montclair.eduOther

Montclair State University students, faculty, staff, alumni, and local community members are invited to serve in the Montclair community and surrounding areas. Volunteers arrive at the Student Center Cafeteria and are dismissed to their service sites which are 13 off-campus sites and 3 on-campus sites. The off-campus service sites are Canterbury Village, Ceberal Palsy of North Jersey, CUMAC, Covenant House of Newark, Habitat for Humanity Paterson, Job Haines, KinderSmile Foundation, and more!

1 Normal Ave.
Student Center 104J
Montclair, New Jersey 07043
Other01/21/201908:00 AM01:30 PM250
Montclair State UniversityRuth Delgado(973) 655-5318volunteer@montclair.eduOther

Montclair State University students, faculty, staff, alumni, and local community members are invited to serve in the Montclair community and surrounding areas, working with habitat for humanity in Paterson, NJ. in order to assist in a volunteer building project.

1 Normal Ave
Student Center 104J
Montclair, New Jersey 07043
Other01/21/201908:00 AM01:30 PM25
Montclair State UniversityRuth Delgado(973) 655-5318volunteer@montclair.eduOther

Montclair State University students, faculty, staff, alumni, and local community members are invited to serve in the Montclair community and surrounding areas. Specifically, volunteers Covenant House of Newark to help assist in outreach activities.

1 Normal Ave.
Student Center 104J
Montclair, New Jersey 07043
Other01/21/201908:00 AM01:30 PM20
Montclair State UniversityRuth Delgado(973) 655-5318volunteer@montclair.eduAdvocacy Event

Montclair State University students, faculty, staff, alumni, and local community members are invited to serve in the Montclair community and surrounding areas. Volunteers arrive at the Student Center Cafeteria and are dismissed to their service sites which are 13 off-campus sites and 3 on-campus sites. Specifically, students will be partnering with CUMAC in Newark, NJ in order to help service displaced individuals.

1 Normal Ave.
Student Center 104J
Montclair, New Jersey 07043
Other01/21/201908:00 AM01:30 PM25
Montclair State UniversityRuth Delgado(973) 655-5318volunteer@montclair.eduAdvocacy Event

Montclair State University students, faculty, staff, alumni, and local community members are invited to serve in the Montclair community and surrounding areas. Volunteers arrive at the Student Center Cafeteria and are dismissed to their service sites which are 13 off-campus sites and 3 on-campus sites. Specifically, students will being be partnering with KinderSmile Foundation in order to assist in outreach of health service

1 Normal Ave.
Student Center 104J
Montclair, New Jersey 07043
Other01/21/201908:00 AM01:30 PM20
Montclair State UniversityRuth Delgado(973) 655-5318volunteer@montclair.eduOther

Montclair State University students, faculty, staff, alumni, and local community members are invited to serve in the Montclair community and surrounding areas. Volunteers arrive at the Student Center Cafeteria and are dismissed to their service sites which are 13 off-campus sites and 3 on-campus sites. Specifically, students will be assisting a local nursing home, Canterbury Village in therapeutic recreation activities.

1 Normal Ave.
Student Center 104J
Montclair, New Jersey 07043
Other01/21/201908:00 AM01:30 PM20
South Orange/Maplewood Community CoalitionAmanda Rose(973) 761-6116info@twotowns.orgAdvocacy Event

South Orange Maplewood Community Coalition on Race presents the 18th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Observance Monday, January 21, 2019 at 2:00 pm, at Columbia High School, 17 Parker Ave, Maplewood. The event is free and open to all. Hundreds of SOMA residents and friends from neighboring communities gather to honor Dr. King through music, a sharing of interfaith readings, and an affirmation of Dr. King’s call to action and service.

516 Prospect St.
Maplewood, New Jersey 07040
Other01/21/201902:00 PM03:15 PM150
South Orange/Maplewood Community CoalitionAmanda Rose(973) 761-6116info@twotowns.orgDonation Opportunity

South Orange Maplewood Community Coalition on Race presents the 18th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Observance Monday, January 21, 2019 at 2:00 pm, at Columbia High School, 17 Parker Ave, Maplewood. The event is free and open to all. Hundreds of SOMA residents and friends from neighboring communities gathering donations.

516 Prospect St.
Maplewood, New Jersey 07040
Philadelphia01/21/201903:30 PM05:00 PM250100
South Orange/Maplewood Community CoalitionAmanda Rose(973) 761-6116info@twotowns.orgCommunity Celebration or Concert

Hosted by the South Orange/Maplewood Community Coalition on Race for the sixth year, on the evening of January 21st beginning at 5 pm, we ask families to light up the outside of their homes with Luminaries–white bags with votive candles inside that can be decorated with Martin Luther King, Jr.’s vision. The goal is for 2000 homes in SOMA to be lit up as a sign of hope, sanctuary, peace, and solidarity with Dr. King’s vision of the Beloved Community.

516 Prospect St.
Maplewood, New Jersey 07040
Other01/21/201905:30 PM06:30 PM150
West Philadelphia Alliance for ChildrenYoon Kim00000000000yoon@globalcitizen365.orgIndoor Cleanup/Painting/Etc.

The West Philadelphia Alliance for Children is now seeking volunteers to help with shelving, cateloging and organizing books to prepare for the opening of our newst school library...Harrington Elementary school! Volunteering in a WePAC library means being part of a team of caring people, passionate about sharing the love of reading with the children of Philadelphia.

5300 Baltimore Ave
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19143
Philadelphia01/21/201909:00 AM02:00 PM50
 Workflow Step Final Status Host Organization Project Coordinator Name Phone (Day) Email Project Type Description Site Address County Date Start Time End Time # Total Volunteers # Additional Volunteers