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
Philadelphia Fire Department - E.37Curtis Graves(215) 685-8961curtis.graves@phila.govFood Packaging or Meal Service

Along with the members of St. Paul Church, we will collect, package and distribute food to be sent to third world countries.

22 E. Chestnut Hill Ave.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118
Philadelphia01/21/201911:00 AM01:00 PM40
Mission Relief ServicesMatt Bonk(717) 293-0606mrswhse@verizon.netIndoor Cleanup/Painting/Etc.

Sort Medical-Surgical Supplies ? Check expiration dates on all items ? Anything less than 4 months from today should be discarded. ? If practicable, fill boxes with like items; otherwise, fill boxes with assortments. ? Use intact/sturdy boxes to facilitate palletizing. Linen ? Transfer linen from laundry carts into boxes or other designated receptacles. ? Tape boxes well to facilitate palletizing. Office/Restroom Housekeeping ? Dust/clean horizontal surfaces. ? Sweep off all cobwebs. ?

106 Shamrock Lane
Parkesburg, Pennsylvania 19365
Philadelphia01/21/201908:00 AM04:00 PM15
Har Zion Sisterhood (in Penn Valley)Norma Dworkin(610) 520-0690nldworkin58@gmail.comDonation Opportunity

Craft projects for raffle prizes for senior centers & letter writing for Veterans and IDF, Get Well cards, and Welcome cards for HIAS

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.

5340 Hulmeville Road,
Bensalem, Pennsylvania 19020
Bucks01/25/201911:30 AM12:30 PM125
Ursinus CollegeAmanda Rose(610) 409-3608info@globalcitizen365.orgAdvocacy Event

Discussion of mindfulness of spaces on campus as it related to, social justice and inclusion and equity. Specifically, students and staff will have the opportunity to create banners with quotes from prominent African Americans, occurring throughout the week.

601 E. Main Street
Main Street, Pennsylvania 19426
Other01/23/201906:00 PM10:00 PM100
Crispus Attucks AssociationPhilip Drayden(717) 848-3610pdrayden@crispusattucks.orgAdvocacy Event

On Monday January 21, 2019, the Crispus Attucks Association will be holding its annual MLK Day of Service. multiple community groups TBD.

605 S Duke St.
York, Pennsylvania 17401
Other01/21/201910:00 AM01:00 PM300
Gloucester TownshipOrlando Mercado(856) 261-9513omercado@verizon.netAdvocacy Event

Stuffing kongs with a peanut butter mixture for dogs at the shelter. (Activity takes place at C.W. Lewis Middle School).

875 Erial Road
Blackwood, New Jersey 08012
Camden01/21/201910:00 AM12:00 PM30
University of the SciencesAmanda Rose(215) 596-8800info@globalcitizen365.orgOutdoor Cleanup

Students and staff will be participating in multiple community clean-up, catering to shut in individuals.

1414 S 47th St
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19143
Philadelphia01/21/201901:00 PM03:00 PM100
KleinLifeJulie Borsky(215) 698-7300jborsky@kleinlife.orgFood Packaging or Meal Service

We have corporate volunteers coming help package meals and assemble blizzard bags.

10100 Jamison Ave.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19116
Philadelphia01/21/201909:30 AM04:10 PM30
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
Media-Providence Friends SchoolEmily Richardson(267) 318-8010erichardson@mpfs.orgEducational Activity

Activities such as health, stewardship.

125 W. 3rd St.
Media, Pennsylvania 19063
Delaware01/18/201909:00 AM01:00 PM135
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.

3737 Foulk Rd
Garnet Valley, Pennsylvania 19060
Delaware01/21/201910:00 AM01:00 PM50
Abington Friends SchoolAndrea Emmons(215) 886-4350aemmons@abingtonfriends.netFood Packaging or Meal Service

Baking Pumpkin Bread for Face to Face

575 Washington Lane
Jenkintown, Pennsylvania 19046
Montgomery01/21/201909:00 AM12:00 PM20
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.orgChildren & Youth

Different clubs, sports teams and musical groups will be doing service projects (visiting nursing home, blankets for St. Mary's, reading to younger children) afterschool the week after MLK day.
The following groups will be participating:
Tri - M Music Honor Society
Interact Club
Student Council
Friends of Rachel
Cheerleaders
Wrestling Team
Environmental Club
Debate Team

300 Heights Lane
Feasterville, Pennsylvania 19053
Bucks01/21/201903:00 PM04:00 PM200
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
Free Library of Northampton TownshipChristy Lazzarino(215) 357-3050lazzarinoc@buckslib.orgChildren & Youth

We plan to hold an all day event for families to attend. When they stop in for the program they will receive a "peace" pin to wear. They will receive a shoe box to decorate. They will take the shoe box home and fill it with hygiene supplies and comfort items for elementary age kids. We will also have other crafts and refreshments for the families. We will ask them to return the boxes on February 14th so we can "spread the love".

25 Upper Holland Rd.
Richboro, Pennsylvania 18954
Bucks01/21/201910:00 AM09:00 PM80
McClure ElementaryGinger McHugh(215) 400-3870vmchugh@philasd.orgIndoor Cleanup/Painting/Etc.

Together with AmeriHealth partners, we are working towards continued school facility improvements. With the assistance of many volunteers, we will tackle larger projects including:
painting doors, door-frames and hallway touch-ups
paint touch-ups for murals
closet clean-outs
materials distribution
classroom cleaning (desks, chairs, floors)

600 West Hunting Park Ave.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19140
Philadelphia01/21/201909:00 AM01:00 PM45
University of PennsylvaniaColleen Winn(215) 898-0104cowinn@upenn.eduDonation Opportunity

Members of UPenn’s Class of '80 and selective Sayre High School students will make art projects and lap blankets that will be donated to local hospitals and senior centers. Contact Isabel Mapp @ 215.898.2020 or sammapp@upenn.edu

3417 Spurce Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104
Philadelphia01/21/201909:30 AM01:00 PM45
Germantown Friends SchoolEmma Snope(413) 658-4050emmasnope@gmail.comOther

Germantown Friends School students, faculty and staff will make MLK-themed vision boards to reflect their peace-related aspirations for 2019.

31 W Coulter St
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19144
Philadelphia01/21/201909:45 AM11:45 AM25
St. Paul's Baptist ChurchPD Penn(610) 337-2837pdpenn@verizon.netOther

This project involves shelf weeding at the West Chester Public Library.

One Hagerty Boulevard
Martin Luther King, Jr. Plaza
West Chester, Pennsylvania 19382
Chester01/21/201908:00 AM02:00 PM7
Keep Royal Gardens BeautifulNicole Nicole(215) 768-9419keeproyalgardensbeautiful@gmail.comIndoor Cleanup/Painting/Etc.

To do a deep cleaning of the Church, offices and Windows

927 N 68th Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19151
Philadelphia01/21/201908:00 AM04:00 PM100
Lankenau High School - Philadelphia School DistrictGabriel Tuffs(215) 400-3420gtuffs@philasd.orgIndoor Cleanup/Painting/Etc.

We will be painting part of the second floor at Lankenau Environmental Science Magnet High School. We will be inviting students, staff and parents to come out on MLK day to help beautify our school. Our students will have the opportunity to earn Community Service Hours. We have been in touch with a representative with the Mayor’s Office of Civic Engagement and Volunteer Service
who is currently looking for a group of volunteers to help with our project.

201 Spring Ln, Philadelphia, PA 19128
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19128
Philadelphia01/18/201908:30 AM01:30 PM17
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 writing cards to our military members overseas

Penn State Brandywine
25 Yearsley Mill Road
Media, Pennsylvania 19063
Delaware01/21/201910:00 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.

150 E Beidler Rd
King of Prussia, Pennsylvania 19406
Montgomery01/21/201910:00 AM01:00 PM50
JFCSMelissa Blackson(267) 256-2050mblackson@jfcsphilly.orgOutdoor Cleanup

With the Philly Farm Crew, groups of volunteers will visit local urban farms (most likely in West Philly) to lend a much-needed hand with one of various farming/gardening projects; people will get their hands dirty in doing several hours of manual work

345 Montgomery Ave.
The Barbara and Harvey Brodsky Enrichment Center of JFCS
Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania 19004
Montgomery01/18/201910:00 AM02:00 PM215
Gloucester TownshipOrlando Mercado(856) 261-9513omercado@verizon.netOutdoor Cleanup

Located in the Erial section of Gloucester Township, this campground has undergone extensive renovations over the last few years. Service project entails cleaning of the buildings and outside area. This is an outside activity.

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

The Summit creates opportunities for attendees to learn, connect, and act on behalf of racial justice through interactive conversations and artwork.

616 North Highland Avenue
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
Other01/21/201909:00 AM06:00 PM450
Philadelphia Fire Department - E.46Curtis Graves(215) 685-8961curtis.graves@phila.govOutdoor Cleanup

Outdoor clean up of recreation center - 4500 Linden Ave.

4500 Linden Ave
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19114
Philadelphia01/21/201910:00 AM12:00 PM4
Philadelphia Fire Department - E.69Curtis Graves(215) 685-8961curtis.graves@phila.govOther

Bag groceries and distribute fire prevention materials - 2900 Island Ave

2900 Island Ave
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19153
Philadelphia01/21/201910:00 AM11:00 AM5
Pennsylvania School for the Deaf (Spread the Love Food Drive)Karen Leslie-Henry(215) 754-4772klesliehenry@psd.orgAdvocacy Event

Peanut butter drive in collaboration with Philabundance. Goal to collect 100 lbs of peanut butter. Melissa K

100 W. School House Lane
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19144
Philadelphia01/18/201909:00 AM01:00 PM6
Forest Hill Elementary SchoolFatihah Abdur-Rahman(609) 220-9920fabdur-rahman@camden.k12.nj.usIndoor Cleanup/Painting/Etc.

Book distribution.

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.

30 Lapsley Ln
Merion Station, Pennsylvania 19006
Philadelphia01/21/201910:00 AM01:00 PM50
Abington Friends SchoolAndrea Emmons(215) 886-4350aemmons@abingtonfriends.netDonation Opportunity

Placemat making for Whosoever Gospel Mission at AFS

575 Washington Lane
Jenkintown, Pennsylvania 19046
Montgomery01/26/201909:00 AM12:00 PM35
Solid Rock Baptist ChurchBelle Myers(267) 349-9168bmyers1211@gmail.comCommunity Celebration or Concert

There will be a community celebration of the life of Martin Luther King, Jr. There will be food, skits, a movie screening, and dance performances, as well as the regular church service.

1836 Fedral St.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19146
Philadelphia01/21/201911:00 AM03:00 PM200
The Ray of Hope Projectraymond gant(215) 964-7627rohproject@comcast.netOutdoor Cleanup

Neighborhood cleanups along with neighbors

3700 n. 18th street
philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19140
Philadelphia01/21/201910:00 AM01:00 PM25
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
Germantown AcademyGenie Hill(215) 498-9404genevieve.hill27@gmail.comDonation Opportunity

Candy wrapped

340 Morris Rd
Fort Washington, Pennsylvania 19034
Montgomery01/21/201911:00 AM03:00 PM200
GSEP GS Troop 171Elizabeth Wiggins(610) 406-5655rowiggins74@yahoo.comDonation Opportunity

Food collected is being donated to the St Ignatius Food Bank

Spring Ridge
Reading, Pennsylvania 19610
Bucks01/21/201912:00 PM03:00 PM14
Parks And RecJames Bell(215) 685-2733jsb318@gmail.comIndoor Cleanup/Painting/Etc.

The plan is to clean the floors of the gymnasium, main hallways, the areas of the facility that are heavily used. Paint areas that have been neglected over a period of time.

2101 Cecil B. Moore Ave
Phila, Pennsylvania 19121
Philadelphia01/21/201909:00 AM01:00 PM75
Ferko PlaygroundEsther Jones(215) 685-1224ferkoplayground@gmail.comOutdoor Cleanup

Cleaning up around the building and playground area so it is clean and safe for the residents of Juniata Park to use as well as the children in our after school program

1101 E Cayuga St
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19124
Philadelphia01/21/201909:00 AM01:00 PM25
Houseman Recreation CenterKirk Foster(267) 250-7669klf5046@gmail.comIndoor Cleanup/Painting/Etc.

We are looking to have an indoor and outdoor cleanup, a guest speaker and finish the day with a basketball tournament.

5091 Summerdale ave
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19124
Philadelphia01/21/201910:00 AM02:00 PM50
St. Madeline ChurchJohn Keller(610) 812-5241eubanks@stjamesregional.comIndoor Cleanup/Painting/Etc.

Painting

110 Park Street
Ridley Park, Pennsylvania 19078
Philadelphia01/21/201908:00 AM04:00 PM15
North Light Community CenterRenee Banson(215) 483-4800rbanson@northlightcommunitycenter.orgOther

Prepping and painting floors and hallways, general cleaning and organizing

175 green lane
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19127
Philadelphia01/21/201908:00 PM04:00 PM20
Har Zion Sisterhood (in Penn Valley)Norma Dworkin(610) 520-0690nldworkin58@gmail.comDonation Opportunity

Collecting -Bingo raffle prizes like mugs, frames, figurines, stationery, coin purses, personal care items, notepads, key chains, crafts (will prepare some items)

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. This is the first time this House of worship is participating in Unity Week.

2746 Bristol Pike
Bensalem, Pennsylvania 19020
Bucks01/22/201906:30 PM07:30 PM125
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
Rancocas Valley Regional High Schoolkaren carlson(609) 267-0830kcarlson@rvrhs.comOther

Community Service performed by clubs at our school (food bank).

520 Jacksonville Rd
Mount Holly, New Jersey 08030
Burlington01/21/201910:00 AM02:00 PM100
Philadelphia Fire Department - E.49Curtis Graves(215) 685-8961curtis.graves@phila.govAdvocacy Event

Community discussion and fire prevention material distribution - Marconi Older Adult and Boys and Girls Club

Marconi Older Adult and Boys and Girls Club - 2433 S. 15th Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19145
Philadelphia01/21/201910:00 AM12:00 PM4
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
 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