2019 GEO Report

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PhiladelphiaChosen 300 Inc.Brian Jenkins(215) 243-0300Email hidden; Javascript is required.Food Packaging or Meal Service

Serving meals to those who are homeless, disenfranchised and in transition

Responsibilities include:
greeting guests
preparing meals
serving
cleaning

3959 Lancaster Ave.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104
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01/21/201905:30 PM08:00 PM3510
PhiladelphiaChosen 300 Inc.Brian Jenkins(215) 243-0300Email hidden; Javascript is required.Food Packaging or Meal Service

Serving meals to those who are homeless, disenfranchised and in transition

Responsibilities include:
greeting guests
preparing meals
serving
cleaning

3959 Lancaster Ave.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104
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01/18/201905:30 PM08:00 PM3510
OtherSouth Orange/Maplewood Community CoalitionAmanda Rose(973) 761-6116Email hidden; Javascript is required.Community 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
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01/21/201905:30 PM06:30 PM150
PhiladelphiaChosen 300 MinistriesBrian Jenkins(215) 243-0300Email hidden; Javascript is required.Food Packaging or Meal Service

Serving Meal's to homeless persons
Responsibilities include
- Preparing Meals
- Serving
- Cleaning
.- Greeting Guest

1116 Spring Garden Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19123
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01/18/201905:30 PM08:00 PM4525
PhiladelphiaPhladelphia Fire Department - E.44Curtis Graves(215) 685-8961Email hidden; Javascript is required.Food Packaging or Meal Service

Meal distribution and services to homeless - 3959 Lancaster Ave.

3959 Lancaster Ave.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104
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01/21/201905:30 PM07:30 PM4
OtherUrsinus CollegeAmanda Rose(610) 409-3608Email hidden; Javascript is required.Advocacy 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
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01/23/201906:00 PM10:00 PM100
OtherUrsinus CollegeAmanda Rose(610) 409-3608Email hidden; Javascript is required.Advocacy 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
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01/23/201906:00 PM10:00 PM100
PhiladelphiaNew Fellowship Baptist churchRev. Paul "Earthquake" Moore(215) 385-2696Email hidden; Javascript is required.Community Celebration or Concert

Reverend Paul "Earthquake" Moore will recite Dr. King's "I Have a Dream" Speech in celebration of Dr. King's memory

7001 Woodland Ave
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19142
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01/21/201906:00 PM07:00 PM6030
OtherGirl Scouts of Eastern PANATALIE FAROUN(484) 554-0116Email hidden; Javascript is required.Advocacy Event

K through 5th Grils Scouts will be creating cat toys for the local animal shelter.

Polk Valley Rd
Hellertown, Pennsylvania 18055
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01/21/201906:00 PM08:01 PM60
PhiladelphiaNew Fellowship Baptist churchRev. Paul "Earthquake" Moore(215) 385-2696Email hidden; Javascript is required.Community Celebration or Concert

We will conduct a reenactment of Martin Luther King's March on Washington. The march will start on the corner of 65th and Woodland.
We ask volunteers to bring picket signs that resemble the signs used during the civil rights movement.

7001 Woodland Ave
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19142
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01/21/201906:00 PM07:00 PM6030
PhiladelphiaKeep the Dream Alive Community Development CorpJeremiah Thompson(267) 595-5659Email hidden; Javascript is required.Advocacy Event

This event will honor the life & legacy of Dr. Martin L. King Jr. Through character Interpretation and performing arts. A musical
tribute to honor his life, and legacy. Partnering organizations include Inspiration & Co. , The Philadelphia Street Performers
Collaboration, Fire Blazing Records, The Strawberry Mansion Faith-Based Coalition, and a host of other Churches, and friends of
Keep The Dream Alive Community Development Corp. There will be volunteer opportunities at this event.

3212 W Cumberland St
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19132
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01/21/201906:00 PM08:00 PM6430
OtherGSEPNATALIE FAROUN(484) 554-0116Email hidden; Javascript is required.Donation Opportunity

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

Polk Valley Road
Hellertown, Pennsylvania 18055
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01/17/201906:00 PM08:00 PM60
PhiladelphiaUniversity of Pennsylvania's Office of the ChaplainAmanda Rose(000) 000-0000Email hidden; Javascript is required.Community Discussion

An interfaith conversation about social justice, honoring the Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr.

3401 Spruce Street
Irvine Auditorium
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104
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01/21/201906:00 PM07:30 PM500
OtherWorld Affairs Council of HarrisburgAmanda Rose(000) 000-0000Email hidden; Javascript is required.Advocacy Event

Each year, in honor of MLK Day, the World Affairs Council of Harrisburg sponsors an International Poetry & Storytelling Festival to highlight accomplished writers and encourage young talent. The Council will announce the winners of the student writing competition as well as feature acclaimed poets and storytellers from our region and around the world

Strawberry Square
Harrisburgh, Pennsylvania 17101
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01/21/201906:00 PM08:00 PM75
OtherHabitat for Humanity Greater PittsburghAmanda Rose(412) 450-8520Email hidden; Javascript is required.Outdoor Cleanup

Habitat for Humanity Build Day includes things such as a focus on beautification or renovation of homes and neighborhoods.

6435 Frankstown Ave, Suite 100
Harrisburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
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01/21/201906:00 PM08:00 PM300
PhiladelphiaUrsinus CollegeAmanda Rose(610) 409-3608Email hidden; Javascript is required.Advocacy Event

Discussion of mindfulness of spaces on campus as it related to, social justice and inclusion and equity. The Greek letter organizations will be sponsoring a film 'The Hate U Give', with a sort disscusion afterwards.

601 E. Main Street
Main Street, Pennsylvania 19426
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01/23/201906:00 PM10:00 PM100
BucksBuidling a Better Bensalem Together (B3T)Toby Kahn(267) 334-2804Email hidden; Javascript is required.Community 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.

2909 Bristol Road
Bensalem, Pennsylvania 19020
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01/24/201906:30 PM07:30 PM100
PhiladelphiaInterfaith Philly and NewCOREAmanda Rose(215) 851-1811Email hidden; Javascript is required.Community 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
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01/17/201906:30 PM08:00 PM100
PhiladelphiaStenton Park Advisory CouncilCurtis McAllister(267) 254-7666Email hidden; Javascript is required.Donation Opportunity

Volunteers are needed from 9am-10am for street clean up

17th W. Courtland Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19140
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01/21/201906:30 PM08:00 PM100
OtherPittsburgh Cultural TrustAmanda Rose(000) 000-0000Email hidden; Javascript is required.Community Celebration or Concert

21st Pittsburgh Racial Justice Summit, a multi-cultural initiative of the Black & White Reunion focusing on community dialogue with discussions based on race relations and connecting elected officials, community leader, and members together.

Union Project
801 N Negley Ave
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
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01/25/201906:30 PM07:30 PM300
OtherPittsburgh Racial Justice SummitYoon Kim(000) 000-0000Email hidden; Javascript is required.Advocacy Event

We will have the pleasure of experiencing the Rev. angel Kyodo williams as our keynote speaker. Once called “the most intriguing African-American Buddhist” by Library Journal, and “one of our wisest voices on social evolution” by Krista Tippett, Rev. angel Kyodo williams Sensei, is an author, maverick spiritual teacher, master trainer and founder of Center for Transformative Change. She has been bridging the worlds of personal transformation and justice since the publication of her critically-ac

801 N Negley Avenue
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
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01/25/201906:30 PM08:30 PM300
OtherPittsburgh Racial Justice SummitYoon Kim(000) 000-0000Email hidden; Javascript is required.Community Celebration or Concert

After a full day of learning and work, we’ll come together to organize as a community. Join Summit attendees at the after Summit Organizing Dance Party

801 N Negley Avenue
616 North Highland Ave
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
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01/26/201906:30 PM10:00 PM300
BucksBuidling a Better Bensalem Together (B3T)Toby Kahn(267) 334-2804Email hidden; Javascript is required.Community 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
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01/22/201906:30 PM07:30 PM125
OtherCOROYoon Kim(000) 000-0000Email hidden; Javascript is required.Community Celebration or Concert

In its 11th year, the Martin Luther King, Jr. Leadership Awards celebrate those in our community who have made significant accomplishments towards the common good by modeling Dr. King’s inclusive approach to leadership.

1 Bigelow Square
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15219
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01/20/201906:30 PM09:30 PM300
BucksBuidling a Better Bensalem Together (B3T)Toby Kahn(267) 334-2804Email hidden; Javascript is required.Community 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.

Newport Fire Company @ 5961 Bensalem Blvd.
Bensalem, Pennsylvania 19020
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01/23/201906:30 PM07:30 PM100
OtherThe Heritage Gospel ChoraleAmanda Rose(000) 000-0000Email hidden; Javascript is required.Community Celebration or Concert

Community event/ celebration of Martin Luther King Day, through song and preformance art

101 6th Street
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15222
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01/21/201907:00 PM09:00 PM300
PhiladelphiaCarnegie Museum of ArtAmanda Rose(000) 000-0000Email hidden; Javascript is required.Training/Workshop

January 21, 2019, marks the 90th birthday of civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., whose message of equal rights for all is as important today as it was during his lifetime. Carnegie Museum of Art celebrates his legacy through artworks and activities that inspire discussion and reflection. All are invited to enjoy the following family-friendly activities, free with admission. Stop by the Studio to contribute to a collaborative mural. Draw or write your dreams for the positive change

101 6th Street
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15222
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01/21/201907:00 PM09:00 PM850
PhiladelphiaOrganizer The University Of Pennsylvania Dr. Martin Luther King Day Executive Planning CommitteeYoon Kim(215) 898-8457Email hidden; Javascript is required.Community Celebration or Concert

Walkers will join the Annual Candlelight Vigil led by the Distinguished Gentlemen of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., Mighty Psi Chapter. The vigil will begin outside of Du Bois College House and proceed with songs and quotes from Dr. King. The walk will end at the College Green.

Contact: Rev. Charles Howard @ 215.898.8456

Du Bois College House
3900 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104
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01/21/201907:00 PM08:30 PM15050
OtherNew Castle Court House MuseumAmanda Rose(215) 851-1811Email hidden; Javascript is required.Community Discussion

Screening of the 2002 documentary film that explores King’s life and the development of his philosophies, set against the backdrop of the Civil Rights Movement.

211 Delaware St
New Castle, Delaware 19720
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01/21/201907:00 PM09:30 PM75
PhiladelphiaBuidling a Better Bensalem Together (B3T)Toby Kahn(267) 334-2804Email hidden; Javascript is required.Advocacy Event

This event is Linconia's annual event that we (B3T) and the community have been invited to be a part of for approx. 14 years.
So their service includes clergy from The Bensalem-Feasterville Minusterium, and community participation.

2460 Paris Ave Feasterville- Trevose PA
Bensalem, Pennsylvania 19020
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01/21/201907:00 PM09:00 PM100
PhiladelphiaNorth Light Community CenterRenee Banson(215) 483-4800Email hidden; Javascript is required.Other

Prepping and painting floors and hallways, general cleaning and organizing

175 green lane
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19127
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01/21/201908:00 PM04:00 PM20
OtherAugust Wilson CenterYoon Kim(000) 000-0000Email hidden; Javascript is required.Other

The third annual Poetry Unplugged is a night of spoken word and music featuring artists from around the country using the life and work of Martin Luther King as inspiration. Poetry Unplugged will be a night of TRUTH and POWER.

980 Liberty Ave
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15222
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01/18/201908:00 PM10:00 PM300
PhiladelphiaGeorge Washington High SchoolLouis Ackelsberg(215) 400-3100Email hidden; Javascript is required.Indoor Cleanup/Painting/Etc.

George Washington will undergo a “ beautification  intervention” through a community service project and supported by volunteers. Following a needs assessment from students, teachers and staff, George Washington High School will support projects in the school around creating a brighter, more inviting learning environment for our students while also supporting GWHS' goals as a community school through help setting up our school food pantry, clothing closet and community garden.

10175 Bustleton Ave
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19116
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01/21/201908:30 PM01:00 PM200
PhiladelphiaMt. Airy USAMichelle Lofton(215) 844-6021Email hidden; Javascript is required.Advocacy Event

Community members and volunteers will write letters for local city councilpersons and other politicians seeking support to fully fund the Free Library of Philadelphia. In 2018, Northwest library branches were forced to close early 86 times this year due to employee shortages--that’s the second highest rate in the city. (source, Lena Johnson, president of the Friends of David Cohen Ogontz Library; billypenn.com, Nov. 26, 2018)

6757 Chew Ave.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19119
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01/21/201910:00 PM02:00 PM20
 Workflow Step Final Status County Host Organization Project Coordinator Name Phone (Day) Email Project Type Description Site Address Project Date Start Time End Time #Total Volunteers #Additional Volunteers