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
Campaign for Working FamiliesJonathan Barnes(267) 457-2653jbarnes@cwfphilly.orgTraining/Workshop

Get certified to prepare taxes for low income individuals and families through our Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program. We
will train you so that you can learn a life skill, enhance your resume and make a real positive difference in your community by
volunteering at one of our 20+ tax sites across Philly. NO PREVIOUS TAX PREP EXPERIENCE REQUIRED. To sign up for our tax prep training, volunteers must register at https://cwfphilly.volunteerhub.com/

Temple U - Tuttleman Learning Ctr (basement computer labs)
N. 13th St (between Montgomery and Berks)
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19122
Philadelphia01/21/201808:30 AM05:00 PM6050
West Philadelphia Achievement Charter SchoolPatricia Curry(215) 476-6471pcurry@wpaces.netOne King Day, One King Book

Students in grades K-5 will read "SIT- IN" by Andrea Davies Pinkney. They will create an artistic work in any medium to present in response to the 2018/19 prompt.

6701 Callowhill Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19151
Philadelphia12/21/201812:00 PM09:00 AM700
Rancocas Valley Regional High Schoolkaren carlson(609) 267-0830kcarlson@rvrhs.comEducational Activity

One King Book, One King Day (Book of the Month Club-running the entire month of January)

520 Jacksonville Rd
Mount Holly, New Jersey 08030
Burlington01/04/201903:00 PM04:00 PM20
Junior League of PittsburghAmanda Rose(000) 000-0000info@globalcitizen365.orgAdvocacy Event

Join the Junior League of Pittsburgh as featured speaker Vicki Clark leads a discussion on diversity and inclusion in our community and the nonprofit world.

4201 Bigelow Blvd
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
Other01/05/201912:00 PM02:30 PM125
Poquessing Middle SchoolCarrie Lenahan(215) 809-7498clenahan@neshaminy.orgFood Packaging or Meal Service

Students will be making chocolate covered pretzels. Pretzels will be donated to the homeless shelter in Lower Bucks County

300 Heights Lane
Feasterville, Pennsylvania 19053
Bucks01/07/201903:00 PM04:00 PM20
Poquessing Middle SchoolCarrie Lenahan(215) 809-7498clenahan@neshaminy.orgOther

Students will be making cards and breakfast bags for Aid For Friends in Northeast Philadelphia

300 Heights Lane
Feasterville, Pennsylvania 19053
Bucks01/09/201903:00 PM04:00 PM55
Poquessing Middle SchoolCarrie Lenahan(215) 809-7498clenahan@neshaminy.orgDonation Opportunity

Students will be making fleece no sew blankets for St. Mary’s Hospital Pediatrics

300 Heights Lane
Feasterville, Pennsylvania 19053
Bucks01/09/201903:00 PM04:00 PM25
Highland Elementary School Abington School DistrictKabrene Pittman(215) 884-1048KabrenePittman@abington.k12.pa.usChildren & Youth

Students and families will work to sort and create care packages to donate to a charitable organization.

1301 Edgehill Rd
Abington, Pennsylvania 19001
Montgomery01/11/201904:00 PM05:00 PM200
Rancocas Valley Regional High Schoolkaren carlson(609) 267-0830kcarlson@rvrhs.comEducational Activity

One King Book, One King Day (Book of the Month Club-running the entire month of January)

520 Jacksonville Rd
Mount Holly, New Jersey 08030
Burlington01/11/201903:00 PM04:00 PM20
Sisters Interacting Through StitchesFrances Conwell(215) 871-0728imani213@msn.comDonation Opportunity

Volunteers will crochet, knit and donate scarves for Operation Gratitude. In addition, attendees will share stories regarding Dr. King.

5325 Overbrook Avenue
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19131
Philadelphia01/12/201910:30 AM02:30 AM50
First Baptist Church of Crestmontsemonne culver(215) 470-2681sculver2005@yahoo.comIndoor Cleanup/Painting/Etc.

The teen ministry will be cleaning the indoor portion of the church.

1678 Fairview Avenue
Willowgrove, Pennsylvania 19090
Montgomery01/12/201912:00 PM03:00 PM70
First Baptist Church of Crestmontsemonne culver(215) 470-2681sculver2005@yahoo.comIndoor Cleanup/Painting/Etc.

The teen ministry will be cleaning a local school.

1678 Fairview Avenue
Willowgrove, Pennsylvania 19090
Montgomery01/12/201912:00 PM03:00 PM70
First Baptist Church of Crestmontsemonne culver(215) 470-2681sculver2005@yahoo.comDonation Opportunity

The younger ministry (ages 5-12) will be packing toiletry bags for the homeless.

1678 Fairview Avenue
Willowgrove, Pennsylvania 19090
Montgomery01/12/201912:00 PM03:00 PM70
First Baptist Church of Crestmontsemonne culver(215) 470-2681sculver2005@yahoo.comReligious Service

The Day of Service will begin with a service and bible passage focused
on the importance of performing service to others and giving back as
well as the teachings of Dr. King.

1678 Fairview Avenue
Willowgrove, Pennsylvania 19090
Montgomery01/12/201912:00 PM03:00 PM70
First Baptist Church of Crestmontsemonne culver(215) 470-2681sculver2005@yahoo.comIndoor Cleanup/Painting/Etc.

Indoor cleaning and organizing of the church and helping seniors in the surrounding community

1678 Fairview Avenue
Willowgrove, Pennsylvania 19090
Montgomery01/12/201912:00 PM03:00 PM9525
First Baptist Church of Crestmontsemonne culver(215) 470-2681sculver2005@yahoo.comOther

Volunteers will be going to homes of the elderly in the church community and performing tasks that they are unable to perform for
them

1678 Fairview Avenue
Willowgrove, Pennsylvania 19090
Montgomery01/12/201912:00 PM03:00 PM70
African-American Resource CenterColleen Winn(215) 898-0104cowinn@upenn.eduEducational Activity

Penn Athlete volunteers from the Women’s basketball and Men’s Lacrosse team will hold sports clinics throughout the day that emphasize the importance of good sportsmanship, skill, and community. Students will be able to test out their agility skills during a rock-wall session. The rotations will end with a community-building service project led by current graduate students who were also former student-athletes. The service project portion is a women’s empowerment kit that consists of toiletries

5145 Delancey Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19143
Philadelphia01/13/201909:00 AM01:00 PM70
Poquessing Middle SchoolCarrie Lenahan(215) 809-7498clenahan@neshaminy.orgOther

Students will be traveling to Attleboro Nursing Home (Brunswick House) and playing board games and BINGO with the residents.

300 Heights Lane
Feasterville, Pennsylvania 19053
Bucks01/14/201903:00 PM04:00 PM50
Keys Service Corps AmeriCorpsYoon Kim(000) 000-0000yoon@globalcitizen365.orgAdvocacy Event

Join the KEYS Service Corps - AmeriCorps family in honoring the life and legacy of MLK.
Come enjoy a soup and salad dinner and screening of The Homestretch (http://www.homestretchdoc.com) at our annual MLK Sunday Supper; bring a drink, snack or dessert to share!

1 Smithfield St
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 19522
Other01/14/201904:00 PM07:00 PM300
Pyramid Court No. 17CHERYL PRIEST(215) 888-0747cpriest212@aol.comFood Packaging or Meal Service

Serving meals to the homeless and anyone in need of a meal. Also
meals will be delivered to Calcutta House and other shelters. Meals are
also delivered to those on the street

1428 W Girard Ave
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19121
Philadelphia01/15/201911:00 AM04:00 PM40
West Mill CreekKeith Coleman(215) 329-4880ktc49h@gmail.comCommunity Celebration or Concert

Participants will join together for a march to the Martin Luther King
Statue and then to the Rotunda from the volunteer site for a program in
honor of the day.

51st and Parrish St
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19139
Philadelphia01/15/201909:00 AM01:00 PM200
Harmonious Volunteer CenterIrvin Shannon(267) 595-5278hvcorder@hotmail.comDonation Opportunity

This event is open to the public on Monday, January 15th and Wednesday January 17th, 2019. Volunteers will be assigned on a rotating basis to collect shoe donations and share information about the HVC Shoe Drive Campaign. This is community service for the MLK Jr. Day of Service prior to January 21st, 2019.

144 East Mount Airy Ave
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19120
Philadelphia01/15/201912:00 PM07:00 PM20050
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
Harmonious Volunteer CenterIrvin Shannon(267) 595-5278hvcorder@hotmail.comOther

This event is open to the public on Monday, January 15th and Wednesday January 17th, 2019. Recruiting individuals for training and job readiness for the HVC Environmental Education Ambassador program. This is community service for the MLK Jr. Day of Service prior to January 21st, 2019.

144 East Mount Airy Ave
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19120
Philadelphia01/15/201912:00 PM07:00 PM25050
Children's Museum PittsburghYoon Kim(000) 000-0000yoon@globalcitizen365.orgEducational Activity

Read the speeches of Dr. King at the microphone in the "King for a Day" program hosted by The Saturday Light Brigade Radio Show. All ages are invited to take the podium at this annual event.

10 Children's Way
Allegheny Square
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15212
Other01/15/201911:00 AM03:00 PM150
Children's Museum PittsburghYoon Kim(000) 000-0000yoon@globalcitizen365.orgCivic Dialogue

SLB Radio Productions presents a live 5-hour webcast exploring civil rights accomplishments, challenges, and dreams for the future. Hosted by area teens from throughout the region, Streaming Justice will originate from the SLB Radio studios in the Children's Museum and feature music, conversation, listener phone calls and more, all of which will air live at www.youthexpress.org or via the TuneIn app or the Simple Radio app

10 Children's Way
Allegheny Square
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15212
Other01/15/201912:00 AM05:00 PM150
Children's Museum PittsburghYoon Kim(000) 000-0000yoon@globalcitizen365.orgOther

Freedom Corner, the historic corner of the Centre and Crawford avenues, is a symbol of the home of the Civil Rights Movement in Pittsburgh. Create collages using images from both the Pittsburgh and national movement and write an idea that you would fight for on a picket sign and pose in front of our collage mural.

10 Children's Way
Allegheny Square
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15212
Other01/15/201910:00 AM04:30 PM150
Children's Museum PittsburghYoon Kim(000) 000-0000yoon@globalcitizen365.orgTraining/Workshop

Help our teaching artists create a metal sculpture that pays tribute to Martin Luther King Jr. and his famous speech "I Have A Dream". Pick your favorite quote and punch it into metal sheeting, or add texture and shapes to the surface of the sculpture. When it's finished the sculpture will be featured in MAKESHOP until the end of February to celebrate Black History Month.

10 Children's Way
Allegheny Square
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15212
Other01/15/201901:00 AM04:00 PM150
American Red CrossAmanda Rose(800) 733-2767mlkdayofservice@globalcitizen365.orgDonation Opportunity

Calling all blood donors – your donation is needed today to help patients in need.

32 Conrow Road
Delran, New Jersey 08075
Burlington01/15/201903:00 PM08:00 PM100100
Arts Council of Princeton UniversityAmanda Rose(000) 000-0000info@globalcitizen365.orgAdvocacy Event

A day of multidisciplinary performances, interactive workshops, and discussions as they relate to Dr. King's life and teachings and civic engagement.

102 Witherspoon Street
Princeton, New Jersey 08542
Other01/16/201910:00 AM08:30 PM400
American Red CrossAmanda Rose(800) 733-2767mlkdayofservice@globalcitizen365.orgDonation Opportunity

Calling all blood donors – your donation is needed today to help patients in need.

1635 Market Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Philadelphia01/16/201909:00 AM02:00 PM100100
American Red CrossAmanda Rose(800) 733-2767mlkdayofservice@globalcitizen365.orgDonation Opportunity

Calling all blood donors – your donation is needed today to help patients in need.

1565 Vesper Boulevard
Camden, New Jersey 08103
Other01/16/201907:30 AM12:30 PM100100
American Red CrossAmanda Rose(800) 733-2767mlkdayofservice@globalcitizen365.orgDonation Opportunity

Calling all blood donors – your donation is needed today to help patients in need.

218 Sunset Road
Willingboro, New Jersey 08046
Burlington01/16/201909:30 AM02:00 PM100100
GSEPNATALIE FAROUN(484) 554-0116natscraps@hotmail.comDonation Opportunity

K-5th grade Girl Scouts will be creating gifts for meals on wheels recipients.

Polk Valley Road
Hellertown, Pennsylvania 18055
Other01/17/201906:00 PM08:00 PM60
The Port Authority of NY & NJ Network of Black EmployeesAmanda Rose(000) 000-0000info@globalcitizen365.orgCommunity Celebration or Concert

The mission of the Network of Black Employees (NBE) is to enhance and encourage the career growth and development of its members, as well as provide community outreach and assistance. This is an appreciation breakfast.

2 Exchange Plaza
6055 Swamp Road
Jersey City, New Jersey 07302
Other01/17/201908:30 AM10:00 PM200
American Red CrossAmanda Rose(800) 733-2767mlkdayofservice@globalcitizen365.orgDonation Opportunity

Calling all blood donors – your donation is needed today to help patients in need.

2301 East Allegheny Avenue
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19134
Philadelphia01/17/201907:00 AM12:00 PM100100
American Red CrossAmanda Rose(800) 733-2767mlkdayofservice@globalcitizen365.orgDonation Opportunity

Calling all blood donors – your donation is needed today to help patients in need.

350 Conshohocken State Road
Gladwyne, Pennsylvania 19035
Montgomery01/17/201902:30 PM07:30 PM100100
Interfaith Philly and NewCOREAmanda Rose(215) 851-1811amanda@globalcitizen365.orgCommunity Discussion

In partnership with NewCORE (New Conversations on Race and Ethncity) and WHYY, a group of promient religious leaders will share their stories and enagage in a conversation on how race and racism informs their leadership and the communities they lead. Included in the evening will be light reception, where attendees will be invited to engage on their own small group discussions and story-telling activities .

150 N. 16th Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19106
Philadelphia01/17/201906:30 PM08:00 PM100
Benjamin Franklin Birthday CelebrationDonald Smith(215) 815-5707don.u.smith@gmail.comEducational Activity

Free Panel Discussion on "Criminal Justice Reform". Leading experts on national, state and local issues will give presentations on reforming the criminal justice system. The panel includes:
* Bruce Western, Professor of Sociology, Columbia University
* Marie Gottschalk, Professor /of Political Science, University of PA
* John Wetzel, Secretary of PA Department of Corrections
* Tyrone Werts, Coordinator, Inside-Out Center
* Sean Kelley, Moderator, Senior VP, Eastern State Penitentiary

Franklin Hall, American Philosophical Society
427 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Philadelphia01/18/201909:00 AM11:00 AM150
Benjamin Franklin Birthday CelebrationDonald Smith(215) 815-5707don.u.smith@gmail.comAdvocacy Event

Luncheon for the Benjamin Franklin Birthday Celebration, honoring The Marshall Project and its editor-in-chief, Bill Keller on the theme of "Liberty and Justice for All? Reforming America's Criminal Justice System". Mr. Keller will receive the Franklin Founder Award and give a talk on "The Guilty Project: A few lessons from the reporting on our dysfunctional criminal justice system.“ Luncheon tickets are $75, and registration is required (www.franklincelebration.org).

Museum of the American Revolution
3rd and Chestnut Streets
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19106
Philadelphia01/18/201912:00 PM02:00 PM180
Benjamin Franklin Birthday CelebrationDonald Smith(215) 815-5707don.u.smith@gmail.comAdvocacy Event

Free procession up 5th Street in Philadelphia to honor Benjamin Franklin and his contributions to American life, including his work to help create the first prison reform organization in America. The procession includes a fife and drum corps, plus banners and representatives from many local organizations. It will proceed from the APS Library (5th and Chestnut) to the Christ Church Burial Ground (5th and Arch Streets), where there will be brief words and memorials to Benjamin Franklin.

APS Library
5th and Chestnut Streets
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19106
Philadelphia01/18/201911:15 AM12:00 PM100
Lower Merion School DistrictAmy Buckman(610) 645-1978buckmaa@lmsd.orgChildren & Youth

Students and their families from the Lower Merion School District will participate in a variety of projects, from creating Valentines to Veterans, to Dream Flags, to snack bags for families at the Ronald McDonald House, and more projects TBD. There will be entertainment as well.

Lower Merion High School
315 E. Montgomery Ave.
Ardmore, Pennsylvania 19003
Montgomery01/18/201901:00 PM03:00 PM250
Lower Merion School DistrictAmy Buckman(610) 645-1978buckmaa@lmsd.orgOther

Students and their families from the Lower Merion School District will participate in creating Valentines to Veterans.

Lower Merion High School
315 E. Montgomery Ave.
Ardmore, Pennsylvania 19003
Montgomery01/18/201901:00 PM03:00 PM250
Lower Merion School DistrictAmy Buckman(610) 645-1978buckmaa@lmsd.orgAdvocacy Event

Students and their families from the Lower Merion School District will participate in Dream Flags.

Lower Merion High School
315 E. Montgomery Ave.
Ardmore, Pennsylvania 19003
Montgomery01/18/201901:00 PM03:00 PM250
Lower Merion School DistrictAmy Buckman(610) 645-1978buckmaa@lmsd.orgFood Packaging or Meal Service

Students and their families from the Lower Merion School District will participate in packing snack bags for families at the Ronald McDonald House.

Lower Merion High School
315 E. Montgomery Ave.
Ardmore, Pennsylvania 19003
Montgomery01/18/201901:00 PM03:00 PM250
Media Elementary SchoolKelly Yiadom(610) 574-1460keyiadom@yahoo.comChildren & Youth

Children in each grade will participate in a service project.
Grades 1 & K- Making cards for veterans

120 E. Front Street
Media, Pennsylvania 19063
Delaware01/18/201909:30 AM03:30 PM100
Media Elementary SchoolKelly Yiadom(610) 574-1460keyiadom@yahoo.comAdvocacy Event

Children in each grade will participate in a service project.

Grade 5- Making Paraclete bracelets

120 E. Front Street
Media, Pennsylvania 19063
Delaware01/18/201909:30 AM03:30 PM100
Media Elementary SchoolKelly Yiadom(610) 574-1460keyiadom@yahoo.comAdvocacy Event

Children in each grade will participate in a service project.
Grade 4- Making paper cranes for patients at Riddle

120 E. Front Street
Media, Pennsylvania 19063
Delaware01/18/201909:30 AM03:30 PM100
Media Elementary SchoolKelly Yiadom(610) 574-1460keyiadom@yahoo.comAdvocacy Event

Children in each grade will participate in a service project.
Grade 3- Sorting clothing for Cradles to Crayons

120 E. Front Street
Media, Pennsylvania 19063
Delaware01/18/201909:30 AM03:30 PM100
Media Elementary SchoolKelly Yiadom(610) 574-1460keyiadom@yahoo.comAdvocacy Event

Children in each grade will participate in a service project.Grade 2- Making treat bags for first responders

120 E. Front Street
Media, Pennsylvania 19063
Delaware01/18/201909:30 AM03:30 PM100
 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