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
The Ray of Hope Projectraymond gant(215) 964-7627rohproject@comcast.netOutdoor Cleanup

Neighborhood cleanups along with neighbors

1400 church street
philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19124
Philadelphia01/21/201910:00 AM01:00 PM25
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
Germantown AcademyGenie Hill(215) 498-9404genevieve.hill27@gmail.comDonation Opportunity

Kids will write "dreams" on index cards

340 Morris Rd
Fort Washington, Pennsylvania 19034
Montgomery01/21/201911:00 AM03:00 PM200
Jarrettown United Methodist ChurchJean Graber(215) 646-4129jeangraber@gmail.comFood Packaging or Meal Service

We will be assembling meal packages at the direction of Rise Against Hunger

1460 Limekiln Pike
Dresher, Pennsylvania 19025
Montgomery01/21/201909:30 AM11:30 AM100
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
Overbrook Presbyterian ChurchSharon Parker(215) 877-2744sharon@overbrookpresd.orgAdvocacy Event

sewing simple dresses for girls, for “Little Dresses for Africa. Volunteers will use a specific pattern and directions to make dresses for children in need.

6376 City Ave.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19151
Philadelphia01/21/201909:00 AM12:00 PM100
Saint Elizabeth ParishGen Miceli(610) 646-6550gmiceli@stelizabethparish.orgDonation Opportunity

There will be 4 stations:
blanket making
breakfast bags
toiletry bags
TBD -

120 St. Elizabeth Drive
Chester Springs, Pennsylvania 19425
Chester01/21/201909:00 AM12:00 PM100
Bible Way Baptist ChurchChristine Vanish(215) 477-0778cevanish@biblewaybaptist.orgReligious Service

Community Awards Ceremony recognizing those within this community that have served to make this community and more a better place for all.

1323 North 52nd Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19131
Philadelphia01/21/201910:00 AM02:00 PM100
Our Lady of Hope ParishElaine Regan(267) 320-6988ejregan45@yahoo.comIndoor Cleanup/Painting/Etc.

Volunteers from Temple University will be cleaning the inside of the convent and church.

5200 North Broad Street
PHILADELPHIA, Pennsylvania 19141
Philadelphia01/21/201908:00 AM03:00 PM60
Antonia Pantoja Charter School LibraryElizabeth Diaz(570) 509-4049etarde@pantoja.aspirapa.orgIndoor Cleanup/Painting/Etc.

Cataloging books using a computers, Typing spine labels Shelving books, Applying contact paper to books, Applying dust jacket covers, Taping spines of books

4101 N. American St.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19140
Philadelphia01/21/201908:00 AM04:00 PM40
Penn State BrandywineVippy Yee(610) 892-1335vxy3@psu.eduAdvocacy Event

Penn State Brandywine student organizations will be running various family-friendly service activities. We will be honoring Dr. King's legacy through projects that focus on kindness, inclusion and advocacy. Volunteers will have the opportunity to engage in service opportunities such as creating Valentines for local seniors in the community

Penn State Brandywine
25 Yearsley Mill Road
Media, Pennsylvania 19063
Delaware01/21/201910:00 AM12:00 PM75
JFCSMelissa Blackson(267) 256-2050mblackson@jfcsphilly.orgDonation Opportunity

Volunteers will be packing items to prepare for their delivery to families the following week. We will help pack different types of packages including: toiletries, food, and other items for families in their warehouse.

345 Montgomery Ave.
The Barbara and Harvey Brodsky Enrichment Center of JFCS
Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania 19004
Montgomery01/18/201910:00 AM02:00 PM225
Gloucester TownshipOrlando Mercado(856) 261-9513omercado@verizon.netOutdoor Cleanup

Organizing, inventory, collection of food and clothing donations.

875 Erial Road
Blackwood, New Jersey 08012
Camden01/21/201910:00 AM12:00 PM30
Pittsburgh Theological SeminaryAmanda Rose(000) 000-0000info@globalcitizen365.orgOther

These awards are open to all high school and college students in the Pittsburgh area and any remote CMU locations. We seek personal narratives dealing with the individual experience of racial or cultural difference or personal reflections on Dr. King's legacy that rely on concrete detail. The top three winners receive cash prizes. Featuring readings by the prize-winners, musical performances, and a reception. The event is free and open to the public.

5032 Forbes Ave
Rangos Hall
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
Other01/21/201904:30 PM07:30 PM150
Philadelphia Fire Department - E.52Curtis Graves(215) 685-8961curtis.graves@phila.govOne King Day, One King Book

One King One Book - 4501 Van Kirk St.

4501 Van Kirk St.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19135
Philadelphia01/21/201910:00 AM11:00 AM4
Philadelphia Fire Department - E.61Curtis Graves(215) 685-8961curtis.graves@phila.govOther

Distribute fire prevention materials and assist with bagging groceries - 101 E. Olney Ave.

101 E. Olney Ave.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19120
Philadelphia01/21/201910:00 AM11:00 AM4
Delaware Division of Historical and Cultural AffairsJim Yurasek(302) 744-5055Jim.Yurasek@state.de.usEducational Activity

In commemoration of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, guided tours will focus on three compelling stories of courageous Delawareans whose fight for freedom and equality began at The Old State House.

25 The Green
Dover, Delaware 19901
Other01/21/201909:00 AM04:30 PM350
Penn State BerksAmanda Rose(610) 396-6080amanda@globalcitizen385.orgCommunity Celebration or Concert

This year’s keynote speaker is Sophia J. Woodard, founder and CEO of ASHANTI Truth Consulting, entrepreneur, and author. During the banquet, awards will be presented to students who have demonstrated the characteristics for which King was known: leadership, community involvement, and commitment to social justice.

1801 Broadcasting Rd
Perkins Student Center Multipurpose Room.
Reading,, Pennsylvania 1961
Other01/21/201905:30 PM08:00 PM150
Forest Hill Elementary SchoolFatihah Abdur-Rahman(609) 220-9920fabdur-rahman@camden.k12.nj.usIndoor Cleanup/Painting/Etc.

School Clean up (indoor)

1625 Wildwood Ave
Camden, New Jersey 08103
Camden01/21/201909:00 AM12:00 PM75
Cradles to CrayonYoon Kim(000) 000-0000info@globalcitizen365.orgDonation Opportunity

Cradles To Crayons is dedicating the month of January to Martin Luther King, celebrating his legacy of service in the community.

In partnership with local fire stations, first responders, and community centers Cradles to Crayons will hold a collection across the Greater Philadelphia five-county region.

1400 Sping Garden St
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19130
Philadelphia01/21/201910:00 AM01:00 PM50
Abington Friends SchoolAndrea Emmons(215) 886-4350aemmons@abingtonfriends.netDonation Opportunity

Placemat Making for Whosoever Gospel Mission at ASUA

575 Washington Lane
Jenkintown, Pennsylvania 19046
Montgomery01/26/201909:00 AM12:00 PM25
Cheltenham School DistrictJen Mosher(215) 881-6331jmosher@cheltenham.orgFood Packaging or Meal Service

Students, family members, and staff will be making breakfast bags for the homeless.

500 Rices Mill Road
Wyncote, Pennsylvania 19095
Montgomery01/21/201909:00 AM12:00 PM100
Har Zion Sisterhood (in Penn Valley)Norma Dworkin(610) 520-0690nldworkin58@gmail.comDonation Opportunity

Will be sending donate knitted blankets and items of need to individuals and families.

1500 Hagys Ford Road
Penn Valley, Pennsylvania 19072
Montgomery01/21/201901:00 PM03:00 PM310
Christ's Lutheran ChurchElise Seyfried(215) 527-6110faithformdir@christs-oreland.orgOther

We will bake cookies for first responders

700 E. Pennsylvania Ave
Oreland, Pennsylvania 19075
Montgomery01/21/201912:00 PM02:00 PM120
Lansdale Catholic High SchoolMary Lou Graham(215) 480-9651mlfgraham@yahoo.comFood Packaging or Meal Service

We are packing 500 breakfast bags for Aid for Friends.

400 Lansdale Ave
lansdale, Pennsylvania 19446
Montgomery01/24/201910:00 AM12:00 PM80
Girl Scouts #8357Monica Roach(484) 716-1984roachant@verizon.netOther

We are making Valentines Days cards for Meals on Wheels recipients.

505 Zucksville Rd
Easton, Pennsylvania 18040
Other01/21/201910:00 AM12:30 AM15
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
Hawthorne Park Elementary SchoolGlenda Smiley(609) 835-8600gsmileynj@comcast.netDonation Opportunity

A veteran will come and speak with volunteers regarding the veterans we will be servicing. Staff and students will collect items/donations and create care packages to service homeless veterans.

84 Hampshire Lane
Willingboro, New Jersey 08046
Burlington01/21/201909:00 AM12:00 PM60
Pennsylvania School for the DeafKaren Leslie-Henry(215) 754-4772klesliehenry@psd.orgDonation Opportunity

We will have students bring in pet supplies to be donated on this day.

100 W. School House Lane
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19144
Philadelphia01/18/201909:00 AM12:00 PM24
New Covenant Church of PhiladelphiaJoy Davis(267) 597-4381person.joydavis@gmail.comChildren & Youth

The children will make cards to thank veterans or current military members for their service.

7500 Germantown Ave
Grannum Hall Rm B10
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19119
Philadelphia01/21/201910:00 AM12:30 PM53
Germantown Friends SchoolEmma Snope(413) 658-4050emmasnope@gmail.comOther

This project will be at Germantown Friends School. The aim is to have a few volunteers helping pass out t-shirts to the other volunteers.

Germantown Friends School
31 W. Coulter St
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19144
Philadelphia01/21/201909:45 AM11:45 AM5
Germantown Friends SchoolEmma Snope(413) 658-4050emmasnope@gmail.comCivic Dialogue

Germantown Friends School students, faculty and families will participate in a dialogue on privilege.

31 W Coulter St
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19144
Philadelphia01/21/201909:45 AM11:45 AM20
Vare Recreation CenterMike Carter(215) 685-1876clint.carter77@gmail.comEducational Activity

See Educational Section above.

2600 MORRIS ST.
PHILADELPHIA, Pennsylvania 19145
Philadelphia01/21/201910:00 AM01:00 PM15
Divine Providence VillageSister Mary Veasy(484) 908-6530sr.mveasy@chs-adphila.orgOther

TBD

686 Old Marple Road
Springfeild, Pennsylvania 19064
Philadelphia01/21/201908:00 AM04:00 PM10
Cook-Wissahicken SchoolJulie McGurk(610) 519-4000mlkday@villanova.eduOther

Trash cleanup, removing invasive and woody species, mulching trees

201 E Salaignac St
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19128
Philadelphia01/21/201908:00 AM04:00 PM20
Har Zion Sisterhood (in Penn Valley)Norma Dworkin(610) 520-0690nldworkin58@gmail.comDonation Opportunity

Collecting new or gently used bras of all sizes and styles)

1500 Hagys Ford Road
Penn Valley, Pennsylvania 19072
Montgomery01/21/201901:00 PM03:00 PM350
Buidling a Better Bensalem Together (B3T)Toby Kahn(267) 334-2804sellinghomes@msn.comCommunity Celebration or Concert

Each house of worship does a a thirty-minute service with a message about their faith, traditions and beliefs, followed by fellowship meal or refreshments.

3304 Knights Road,
Bensalem, Pennsylvania 19020
Bucks01/23/201912:00 PM01:30 PM175
Rancocas Valley Regional High Schoolkaren carlson(609) 267-0830kcarlson@rvrhs.comOther

Community Service performed by clubs at our school (habitat for humanity).

520 Jacksonville Rd
Mount Holly, New Jersey 08030
Burlington01/21/201910:00 AM02:00 PM100
Pleasant Advisory CouncilLisa G. Ruffin(215) 685-2230mypleasantplayground@gmail.comEducational Activity

Pleasant Playground staff, Pleasant Advisory Council and We Heard You are joining forces to bring fun-filled and educational activities that focus on peace and community. Open to all ages. Light meal(s) provided. Participants will review the movie 'Our Friend, Martin', discuss historical facts showcased in the movie Lessons learned from the movie regarding peace and resolving conflict

6757 Chew Avenue
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19119
Philadelphia01/21/201910:00 AM02:00 PM30
Philadelphia Fire Department - E.43/L.09Curtis Graves(215) 685-8961curtis.graves@phila.govDonation Opportunity

Hygiene drive - Salvation Army "Eliza Shirley House for Women and Children

Salvation Army "Eliza Shirley House for Women and Children - 1320 Arch St, Philadelphia
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
Philadelphia01/21/201910:00 AM11:00 AM9
Philadelphia Fire Department - E.38Curtis Graves(215) 685-8961curtis.graves@phila.govInformation Distribution

Fire prevention discussions at various daycare centers around the local fire district

various daycare centers around the local fire district
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19135
Philadelphia01/21/201909:00 AM03:00 PM4
Penn Medicine Office of Inclusion and DiversityYoon kim(000) 000-0000yoon@globalcitizen365.orgEducational Activity

Please join us for the 2019 Martin Luther King, Jr. Health Equity Symposium on January 23rd, 2019 (12:00pm – 1:30pm), brought to you by the Penn Medicine Office of Inclusion and Diversity.

This year’s theme is “Achieving Population Health Through Health Equity”, with keynote lecture by Dr. Jonathan Woodson, former Assistant Secretary of Health Affairs for the U.S. Department of Defense and currently the Larz Anderson Professor of Health Law, Policy and Management at the School of Public Healt

3400 Civic Center Boulevard
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104
Philadelphia01/23/201912:00 PM01:30 PM100
Cradles to CrayonYoon Kim(000) 000-0000info@globalcitizen365.orgDonation Opportunity

Cradles To Crayons is dedicating the month of January to Martin Luther King, celebrating his legacy of service in the community.

In partnership with local fire stations, first responders, and community centers Cradles to Crayons will hold a collection across the Greater Philadelphia five-county region.

18 Pottstown Pike
Chester Springs, Pennsylvania 19425
Chester01/21/201910:00 AM01:00 PM50
Rise Against HungerRyan Ethns(610) 915-3122rehnts@riseagainsthunger.orgFood Packaging or Meal Service

Volunteers assisting with food packing event

108 Darby Commons Court
Folcroft, Pennsylvania 19302
Philadelphia01/21/201909:00 AM01:00 PM25056
Wynnefield Baptist ChurchMae Garner(215) 477-9631tng1_2000@yahoo.comIndoor Cleanup/Painting/Etc.

Cleaning the church grounds as well as cleaning and patining kitchen, dishing area, and classrooms in the church.

5353 Gainor Road
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19131
Philadelphia01/21/201910:30 AM02:00 PM40
The Ray of Hope Projectraymond gant(215) 964-7627rohproject@comcast.netOutdoor Cleanup

Neighborhood cleanups along with neighbors

4200 penn street
philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19124
Philadelphia01/21/201910:00 AM01:00 PM25
Stockton UniversityVeronica Rowland(609) 652-4256veronica.rowland@stockton.eduDonation Opportunity

Dog toys, coloring books for Caitlin's Smiles/ Ronald McDonald House and Step UP training

101 Vera King Farris Dr
Galloway, New Jersey 08205
Other01/21/201909:00 AM03:00 PM15
Germantown AcademyGenie Hill(215) 498-9404genevieve.hill27@gmail.comFood Packaging or Meal Service

Kids put together 10 pans of baked ziti.

340 Morris Rd
Fort Washington, Pennsylvania 19034
Montgomery01/21/201911:00 AM03:00 PM200
GaudenziaAnita Stovall(215) 423-6766astovall@gaudenzia.orgChildren & Youth

The children of Gaudenzia Centro will do a program to honor and celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. King.
Refreshments will be served.

2721 N. 5th Street
Phila, Pennsylvania 19133
Philadelphia01/21/201901:00 PM03:00 PM14
Society for Helping Church (DeafLillie Jackson(267) 972-0181evanglja@yahoo.comOther

Clothes and shoes for all ages, all genders will be given away. Coats, boots hats, scarfs included. Collect toiletries and hygiene products, package and give away along with the clothing give away. The drive begins December 1 for collections of items

1323 W. Susquehanna Avenue
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19122
Philadelphia01/21/201909:00 AM03:30 PM36
 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