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 Entry IDLink to Entry Project Name Project Description Project Date Project Start Time Project End Time
17542View DetailsGermantown Friends School

We will bake homemade apple pies for the residents of the Whosoever Gospel Mission

01/20/202010:00 AM12:00 AM
17543View DetailsGermantown Friends School

We will prepare for a luncheon for volunteers at our site with extra to be donated to the Holsey Temple CME Church Feeding Ministry

01/20/202010:00 AM12:00 AM
17549View DetailsGermantown Friends School

We will sew hats, scarves, and Turtle Furs for Germantown clothing corners

01/20/202010:00 AM12:00 AM
17548View DetailsGermantown Friends School

We will prepare special Birthday Boxes for children in low-income families living at the Wister Townhouses

01/20/202010:00 AM12:00 AM
17535View DetailsGermantown Friends School

We will hold a supplies and clothing drive for Cradles to Crayons. The donation drop off and sorting will begin on 1/20 and extend the following two weeks

01/20/202010:00 AM12:00 AM
17550View DetailsGermantown Friends School

We will pick up litter along Germantown Avenue and Market Square

01/20/202010:00 AM12:00 AM
17551View DetailsGermantown Friends School

We will assemble and deliver 20 casseroles to face to face Germantown Feeding Ministry

01/20/202010:00 AM12:00 AM
17537View DetailsGermantown Friends School

We will hold an Intergroup Dialogue on Race and Class led by Germantown friends School educators and Germantown Monthly Meeting activists.

01/20/202010:00 AM12:00 AM
17552View DetailsGermantown Friends School

We will assemble, package and deliver 300 sandwiches to Holsey Temple CME Church and Harambe Baptist Church feeding ministries

01/20/202010:00 AM12:00 AM
17941View DetailsDr. Martin Luther King Weekend

Engage in special readings from Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s  "Letter from Birmingham Jail” and respond to its relevance today. Readings and discussions

01/18/202011:30 AM12:30 AM
17942View DetailsDr. Martin Luther King Weekend

Engage in special readings from Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s  "Letter from Birmingham Jail” and respond to its relevance today. Readings and discussions

01/19/202011:30 AM12:30 AM
17943View DetailsDr. Martin Luther King Weekend

Engage in special readings from Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s  "Letter from Birmingham Jail” and respond to its relevance today. Readings and discussions

01/20/202011:30 AM12:30 AM
18957View DetailsCleaning the Bright Hope Baptist Church

Making blankets for individuals experiencing homelessness children, cleaning and painting of the Church, lunch provided and cleaning of a senior citizens residence facility. We will all meet at the Church and split up depending on the project.

01/20/202009:00 AM01:00 AM
17865View DetailsRediscovering Cobbs Creek

Building picnic table and painting. Cleaning Creek and Trail.

01/18/202009:00 AM01:00 AM
17866View DetailsRediscovering Cobbs Creek

Building picnic table and painting. Cleaning Creek and Trail.

01/18/202009:00 AM01:00 AM
17605View DetailsDepaul House

prepare lunch for the residents,

01/20/202009:00 AM01:00 AM
17606View DetailsDepaul House

donations - including organizing the closet of donations

01/20/202009:00 AM01:00 AM
17260View DetailsDepaul House

Art project, prepare lunch for the residents, organize closet of donations

01/20/202009:00 AM01:00 AM
16932View DetailsCentennial Parkside CDC | Clayborn Lewis Community Center MLK Day of Service

Clayborn Lewis Community Center Clean-up and decorating/ beatification indoors. Ideas: Chalk wall (Painted), banner, plant wall, office spruce and clean up. Tidy the kitchen area. Refreshments and MLK recognition/ dedication.

01/20/202010:00 AM02:00 AM
18200View DetailsCrisis Readiness and Awareness Skills Shop

Shawna's House Inc is hosting a Crisis Readiness & Awareness Skills Shop. The workshop will have an open discussion regarding the importance of putting your phone down to potentially save a life. In addition to putting humanity before trying to impress the society of social media. Community Service Hours will be provided as well.

01/20/202010:00 AM02:00 AM
16847View DetailsFilling In the Cap

The project will be to feed and service the homeless on the January 20th, by serving hot soup with sandwiches. In addition will provide personal packets with other usable items.

01/20/202009:00 AM02:00 AM
17178View DetailsHalliday Dance - Blanket The Homeless

We will make thick fleece blankets for the homeless

01/20/202010:00 AM02:09 AM
17180View DetailsHalliday Dance - Blanket The Homeless

We will make care packages of toiletries, socks, gloves, and inspiration cards

01/20/202010:00 AM02:09 AM
17181View DetailsHalliday Dance - Blanket The Homeless

Donating Get well cards

01/20/202010:00 AM02:09 AM
16792View DetailsWynnefield Baptist Church

Participants will paint and clean the church, clean the yard and have a lesson about Dr. King for the the children.

01/20/202010:30 AM02:30 AM
17726View DetailsMLK Day of Service with HIAS Pennsylvania

This service project will be held at Gilbert Spruance Elementary School, at partner school with HIAS. This school hosts an afterschool program for refugee youth in collaboration with HIAS. Volunteers will be responsible for painting, cleaning and redecorating the school. There will be a reception following the completion of said tasks involving refugees giving their testimonies in regards to some of the obstacles they face as well as information on refugee advocacy.

01/20/202011:00 AM03:00 AM
19585View DetailsWHYY Special Report: Dr. Ruth Patrick

WHYY Special Report: Dr. Ruth Patrick
11 a.m., 1 and 3 p.m.

Enjoy an engaging film about the world-renowned scientist, Dr. Ruth Patrick. She pioneered the study of freshwater ecosystems right here at the Academy and lived to be 105 years old.

01/20/202011:00 AM03:00 AM
17938View DetailsDr. Martin Luther King Weekend

on January 20, join us for family activities (10 am - 4 pm) with AAMP and Art Sanctuary, musical performances (1 pm and 3 pm) by Justin Griggs, and community electronics recycling (10 am - 2 pm) with PAR-Recycle Works. All activities are free and open to the public.

01/20/202010:00 AM05:00 AM
17939View DetailsDr. Martin Luther King Weekend

on January 20, join us for family activities (10 am - 4 pm) with AAMP and Art Sanctuary, musical performances (1 pm and 3 pm) by Justin Griggs, and community electronics recycling (10 am - 2 pm) with PAR-Recycle Works. All activities are free and open to the public.

01/20/202010:00 AM05:00 AM
17702View DetailsDr. Martin Luther King Weekend

on January 20, join us for family activities (10 am - 4 pm) with AAMP and Art Sanctuary, musical performances (1 pm and 3 pm) by Justin Griggs, and community electronics recycling (10 am - 2 pm) with PAR-Recycle Works. All activities are free and open to the public.

01/20/202010:00 AM05:00 AM
19570View DetailsEcology at the Academy

Ecology at the Academy

Meet Academy scientists and learn about the amazing research they do around Philadelphia and the Delaware River Valley. Find out more about how the science we do is used to make the world a better place.

01/20/202010:00 AM05:00 AM
18436View DetailsProject Test

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01/20/202009:00 AM09:00 AM
18447View DetailsTesting234

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01/20/202009:00 AM09:00 AM
16908View DetailsPine Road ES MLK Day of Service

We will gather for a morning of helping others. We will begin with a short video about MLK and then proceed to doing our projects. There will be 10-12 stations of activities and we typically have about 100 participants and volunteers attend.

Kits for the homeless

01/20/202009:00 AM09:18 AM
16984View DetailsPine Road ES MLK Day of Service

We will gather for a morning of helping others. We will begin with a short video about MLK and then proceed to doing our projects. There will be 10-12 stations of activities and we typically have about 100 participants and volunteers attend.

Care packages for the elderly

01/20/202009:15 AM09:30 AM
17593View DetailsAddiction: Let's Talk About It

Continental Breakfast. Following, we will be having a discussion with community members on the impact addictions have had personally and in families. The discussion will begin with testimonies from individuals on the impact of drug addictions, food addictions, alcohol addictions, and sexual addictions. We will then have breakthrough groups with experts in each area of addiction to answer questions and gain more knowledge and information.Food bank

01/20/202008:30 AM09:30 AM
17783View DetailsTest121819

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01/20/202009:00 AM10:00 AM
18262View DetailsGloucester Township’s "Make It A Day On, Not A Day Off"

Register while eating continental breakfast

01/20/202008:30 AM10:00 AM
16978View DetailsPine Road ES MLK Day of Service

We will gather for a morning of helping others. We will begin with a short video about MLK and then proceed to doing our projects. There will be 10-12 stations of activities and we typically have about 100 participants and volunteers attend.

breakfast for the elderly

01/20/202009:30 AM10:00 AM
17761View DetailsE.03 Fire Prevention Workshop

Engine 3 will educate and distribute fire prevention materials. Engine 3 will also have a sign-up sheet available for people to have smoke alarms installed in their homes.

01/20/202009:00 AM10:00 AM
18263View DetailsGloucester Township’s "Make It A Day On, Not A Day Off"

Presentation on service and MLK

01/20/202009:00 AM10:00 AM
17685View DetailsTesting Project

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01/20/202009:00 AM10:00 AM
16727View DetailsRedeemer Tabernacle Baptist Church

We are planning a full day of activities starting with breakfast arts and crafts at 219 north 52nd street.

01/20/202008:00 AM10:00 AM
17770View DetailsTesting one more time

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01/20/202009:00 AM10:00 AM
17771View DetailsTest 321

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01/20/202009:00 AM10:00 AM
17776View DetailsTest 1MT

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01/20/202010:00 AM10:00 AM
17717View DetailsE.27 Opal Street Clothing Drive

Clothing Drive for the needy in the area.

01/20/202009:00 AM10:00 AM
18066View Details23rd annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Breakfast

General admission is $40 and students pay $15. Proceeds will benefit the Mary Gertrude Smith Boddie Scholarship Fund, which provides financial assistance to undergraduate students of color at ESU.

01/20/202008:00 AM10:00 AM
16979View DetailsPine Road ES MLK Day of Service

We will gather for a morning of helping others. We will begin with a short video about MLK and then proceed to doing our projects. There will be 10-12 stations of activities and we typically have about 100 participants and volunteers attend.

math and literacy workshops

01/20/202010:00 AM10:30 AM
16980View DetailsPine Road ES MLK Day of Service

We will gather for a morning of helping others. We will begin with a short video about MLK and then proceed to doing our projects. There will be 10-12 stations of activities and we typically have about 100 participants and volunteers attend.

math and literacy workshops ELL

01/20/202010:00 AM10:30 AM
16982View DetailsPine Road ES MLK Day of Service

We will gather for a morning of helping others. We will begin with a short video about MLK and then proceed to doing our projects. There will be 10-12 stations of activities and we typically have about 100 participants and volunteers attend.

Recycling lesson

01/20/202010:00 AM10:30 AM
16983View DetailsPine Road ES MLK Day of Service

We will gather for a morning of helping others. We will begin with a short video about MLK and then proceed to doing our projects. There will be 10-12 stations of activities and we typically have about 100 participants and volunteers attend.

Valentine's day cards for veterans and those on active duty

01/20/202010:00 AM10:30 AM
19131View DetailsBensalem Presbyterian Church

Refreshments will served after the service, disabled accessible.

01/20/202009:30 AM10:30 AM
17628View DetailsReclaiming Chester's King

Volunteers will work in teams of ten distributing reusable shopping bags at stores and in residential areas to promote elimination of single-use plastic bags in Chester City, Pa. The bags will feature an image of Dr. King with one of his sustainability quotes. This effort will involve promoting healthy communities through reduction of trash. Volunteers will debrief and discuss how their efforts create better communication in community health matters. Widener University students will participate.

01/20/202008:30 AM10:30 AM
17797View DetailsE.28 Indoor clean up and painting - Samuel Recreation Center

Assist in cleanup of outside play area and courts.

01/20/202009:00 AM11:00 AM
18067View DetailsE.47 Fire Prevention Workshop - 3001 Greys Ferry Ave.

Squad 47 will set up a fire prevention and safety education information table at local Fresh Grocer Supermarket. While interacting with people Squad 47 will also inventory all address' still needing smoke alarms.

01/20/202010:00 AM11:00 AM
16934View DetailsCR Cares

All 15 CRSD schools collect items to be donated to several agencies. The Wrightstown food cupboard, Bucks county housing group Penndel pantry, Maternal child consortium, Bucks county emergency shelter, deployment packages to veterans.

01/20/202009:00 AM11:00 AM
17719View DetailsE.61 Blood Pressure Screenings

Company will be on hand to distribute Fire Prevention material to shoppers as they enter the store and discuss household fire safety. Additionally, we will be taken vital signs upon request so that we can discuss a healthy life style.

01/20/202010:00 AM11:00 AM
18068View DetailsE.53/L.27 Fire Prevention Workshop - Houston Community Center

Companies will Display Apparatus, Distribute Fire Prevention Literature, Check Blood pressures and log Smoke Alarm Requests.

01/20/202010:00 AM11:00 AM
17788View DetailsE.56 Outdoor Clean up

Engine 56 will assist in cleaning playground and basketball court area and assist in indoor projects on the interior of the rec center building.

01/20/202010:00 AM11:00 AM
18438View DetailsProject Test123

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01/20/202010:00 AM11:00 AM
18648View DetailsE.25 Outdoor clean up

Clean park and distribute FP materials

01/20/202010:00 AM11:00 AM
16905View DetailsServing Individuals Effected by Hardship

The District Attorney's Office Staff, along with YAP panelist and participating youth will sort donations and assemble individual toiletry bags. The goal is to make 200 bags.

01/20/202009:00 AM11:00 AM
17764View DetailsE.63 Outdoor Clean up Oak Lane Presbyterian Church

Assist volunteers in cleaning up yard area around the church and painting inside the church.

01/20/202009:00 AM11:00 AM
17940View DetailsE.07/L/10 Fire Prevention Workshop

PFD members will distribute fire prevention literature and answer questions about fire safety.

01/20/202010:00 AM11:00 AM
18073View DetailsE.16 Fire Prevention Workshop and community engagement

The members of Engine 16 will coordinate with the manager of SHOP RITE, to assist the local community with grocery bagging.

01/20/202010:00 AM11:00 AM
17952View DetailsE.29 Outdoor clean up - Franklin Square Park

Clean up trash and debris in the park.

01/20/202010:00 AM11:00 AM
17103View DetailsImpact Your Community

Volunteers are planning the details for the project. As in years past, we will collaborate with local businesses and community partners to assemble care packages for people within our community. Penn Township is already onboard to provide space and marketing to get the word out. We are soliciting others for donations and additional marketing opportunities for the event.

01/20/202009:00 AM11:00 AM
18251View DetailsE.10 Food bagging and fire prevention material distribution

Members of Engine 10 will assist shoppers of Acme Markets with bagging groceries, loading groceries in vehicle if needed and also having a table set up to hand out fire prevention literature. Members will also have Smoke Alarm Install Request forms on hand to obtain information for future installs.

01/20/202010:00 AM11:00 AM
17955View DetailsE.57 Outdoor Clean up

Clean up trash and debris from local park.

01/20/202010:00 AM11:00 AM
17796View DetailsE.52 Indoor Clean Up - 2000 Bridge Street

Scene of previous fires, Company to install smoke alarms, distribute FP Literature and Clean Up/
Wash Down block.

01/20/202009:00 AM11:00 AM
18246View DetailsBoys & Girls Club of Chester

financial literacy event

01/20/202010:00 AM11:30 AM
19104View DetailsMLK Town Hall on Equity & Excellence in Education

Our guests will participate in a series of small group conversations followed by an interactive panel discussion with our honorees; Sharif El-Mekki, Mama Chris, Sterling Grimes, and Lawrence Jones. We ask that students, their families, administrators, educators, and all stakeholders join us at this event. We have a responsibility to include young people in the conversation, because if they are not at the table then they are on the menu. This event is a fundraiser to bring back the late C. DeLor

01/20/202009:30 AM11:30 AM
18070View DetailsE.69 Fire Prevention Workshop and Community engagement

Engine 69 will be assisting with bagging groceries at the local Shoprite on 2900 Island Ave. We will also set up a Fire Prevention table helping to educate the public on fire safety. A smoke alarm list will be created to install smoke alarms in the Southwest Philadelphia area.

01/20/202010:00 AM11:30 AM
19010View DetailsE Duval Street Community Clean-Up

The residents of the 6300 block of Ross Street, in partnership with Germantown United CDC and nearby neighbors, are hosting a community clean-up to address the pervasive trash and quality of life issue on E Duval Street. Our clean-up efforts will begin at 9:00am, and we will meet at the corner of the 6300 block of Ross Street, and E Duval Street. We hope to shine a light on this issue, and show our neighbors we support them in being stewards of our community.

01/20/202009:00 AM11:30 AM
17728View DetailsRadnor Township School District Wide MLK Day of Service

Hands on service projects to include: filling bags w/ non-perishable food; making bedside activity kits for pediatric hospital patients; care packages for the elderly; write letters of gratitude to first responders; assemble lunches for food insecure; create support kits for homeless/runaway youth; create inspirational bookmarks with donated books for Reach out and Read Philadelphia; collate mother/baby kits of essentials for City Team/Chester, PA; create kid pack bags for Cradles to Crayons.

01/20/202010:00 AM11:30 AM
16985View DetailsPine Road ES MLK Day of Service

We will gather for a morning of helping others. We will begin with a short video about MLK and then proceed to doing our projects. There will be 10-12 stations of activities and we typically have about 100 participants and volunteers attend.

Creating place mats for the elderly

01/20/202011:00 AM11:30 AM
17021View DetailsJRA January Toiletries Distribution

JRA will also distribute 360 bags of kid friendly food to clients with school-aged children, and will provide toiletry bags to 90 clients. Toiletry bags include diapers, incontinence supplies, paper towels, toilet paper, dish soap, and laundry detergent.
Box Making & Produce Packing: 8:30 to 9:30 AM
Food Box Packing:
Tiny Tots (ages 6 and under): 8:30 to 9:30 AM
All ages: 10:00 - 11:30 AM

01/19/202010:00 AM11:30 AM
17275View DetailsTwo of a Kind

Visitors can sing along with “Two of a Kind,” an award-winning, nationally touring, husband-wife duo, during an interactive musical program. Focusing on themes related to Dr. King, the performance will encourage audience participation through songs, sign language, movement, and stories.

01/20/202011:00 AM11:30 AM
17004View DetailsJRA January Food Distribution

JRA is looking for volunteers of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities to pack and deliver boxes of nutritious food to our diverse recipient base of 6,000 individuals and families facing food insecurity in the Greater Philadelphia area.

Box Making & Produce Packing: 8:30 to 9:30 AM

Food Box Packing:
Tiny Tots (ages 6 and under): 8:30 to 9:30 AM
All ages: 10:00 - 11:30 AM

Food Delivery: 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM

01/19/202010:00 AM11:30 AM
18864View DetailsMLK Town Hall on Equity & Excellence in Education

Our guests will participate in a series of small group conversations followed by an interactive panel discussion with our honorees; Sharif El-Mekki, Mama Chris, Sterling Grimes, and Lawrence Jones. We ask that students, their families, administrators, educators, and all stakeholders join us at this event. We have a responsibility to include young people in the conversation, because if they are not at the table then they are on the menu. This event is a fundraiser to bring back the late C. DeLor

01/20/202009:30 AM11:30 AM
17431View DetailsKaysim Court

Volunteers will check in at the Unitarian Society of Germantown, attend a brief service, and then go to the project site to interact with mentally handicapped residents, e.g., play games and listen to a live music performance.

01/20/202008:30 AM12:00 PM
17454View DetailsHouston School Cleanup

Volunteers will check in at the Unitarian Society of Germantown, attend a brief service, then go to a nearby school to do general organizing and cleaning.

01/20/202008:30 AM12:00 PM
17585View DetailsPenn State Brandywine & FUSE MLK Day Celebration

Penn State Brandywine is hosting its annual family-friendly MLK Day Celebration that will focus on acts of kindness, educational activities, inclusion and artistic expressions of Dr. King’s legacy. The event is organized by Penn State Brandywine's Center for Ethics and Civic Engagement in partnership with FUSE (Fellowship of Urban Suburban Engagement) and various Penn State Brandywine student clubs and organizations.]

Donating for the homeless

01/20/202010:00 AM12:00 PM
17672View DetailsFriend Select School

We will be considering the experience of homelessness through the lens of the four roles of social change (Organizer, Rebel, Advocate, Helper). 
- Following the morning program, attendees age 4-60+ will have an opportunity to participate in activities around homelessness related to the 4 roles of social changes. Activities include making care packages of toiletries for people experiencing homelessness that will be handed out at the Pit Count in late January,

01/20/202009:00 AM12:00 PM
18078View DetailsE.45/L.14 Fire Prevention Workshop and Community Engagement

We will have an open house with some refreshments for members' families and the local community. Fire Fighters will discuss fire prevention and fire safety. We will have educational information and activities related to fire safety for all ages. We will assist the community with cleaning up the streets within a two block radius in each direction from our station

01/20/202009:00 AM12:00 PM
18232View DetailsHarcum Clean Up

Students and Staff will participate in clean ups

01/20/202010:00 AM12:00 PM
18272View DetailsGloucester Township’s "Make It A Day On, Not A Day Off"

Giggle Books - Create small booklets with playful jokes, nursery rhymes, silly faces etc. Donate them to a hospital for children.

01/20/202010:00 AM12:00 PM
18464View DetailsMartin Luther King Jr. Service Day: Restoring Hope and Dignity

Join MCC, in collaboration with Kingdom Builders Network, on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day 2020 for a service day as we remember those in prison whom are often forgotten and discarded from communities. We will hear from a panel of returning citizens and professionals working alongside them as they share their stories discussing the impact of incarceration on relationships.

Together, we’ll explore the role of the church in reaching out to returning citizens and walking with them in their transit

01/20/202009:00 AM12:00 PM
16879View DetailsMLK Day Art Project Prep & Donation Distribution

We will also be collecting donations (crayons, colored pencils, paint, paper, scissors, glue, etc) and assembling art packages to be distributed to kids who don't have access to art supplies. Art should be available to everyone -- so come utilize your creativity and help us share the cultural wealth!

01/20/202009:00 AM12:00 PM
17041View DetailsLawncrest Recreation Center

Toiletries drive for the homeless. Accepting donations now until January 20th 2020. Volunteers are asked to bring new toiletry items only. Nothing old or used. Some suggested items include: new socks, razors, shaving cream, deodorant, tooth brush, tooth paste, shampoo, soap, new underwear, mouth wash, new hats, new gloves etc.

01/16/202009:00 AM12:00 PM
17096View DetailsThe Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education

Community members as well as students and families from the Schuylkill Center's Nature Preschool Program past and present will be helping out.
We'll work on improving the health of the forest, field and meadows on this 340 acre site. There will be child centered as well as adult service projects available.

01/20/202010:00 AM12:00 PM
17428View DetailsPennsylvania School for the Deaf (Maplewood Mall Clean up - Alicia)

Elementary special needs class with do outdoor clean up at the Maplewood Outdoor Mall on Germantown Avenue.

01/17/202009:00 AM12:00 PM
18284View DetailsGloucester Township’s "Make It A Day On, Not A Day Off"

Gloucester Township Scholarship Committee – Create signs for the annual 5K race.

01/20/202010:00 AM12:00 PM
18711View DetailsSt. Thomas of Villanova Family Day of Service

assembling toiletry bags for the homeless

We are also collecting new and/or gently used books for grades pre-k through 8. They will be donated to St. Frances Cabrini School in Philadelphia.

01/20/202010:00 AM12:00 PM
19022View DetailsGermantown Friends School

Cleaning and Painting children's chairs for the Crossroads Women's center

01/20/202010:00 AM12:00 PM
16823View DetailsTaking Back Our Neighborhoods

Community Cleanup

01/20/202010:00 AM12:00 PM
16900View DetailsWyncote Elementary School Service Activity

Students, families, and staff will be collecting and organizing books, coats, and stuffed animals for children at the Stenton Family Manor homeless shelter.

01/20/202009:00 AM12:00 PM
17052View DetailsLawncrest Recreation Center

Toiletries drive for the homeless. Accepting donations now until January 20th 2020. Volunteers are asked to bring new toiletry items only. Nothing old or used. Some suggested items include: new socks, razors, shaving cream, deodorant, tooth brush, tooth paste, shampoo, soap, new underwear, mouth wash, new hats, new gloves etc.

01/05/202009:00 AM12:00 PM
17441View DetailsBreakfast Bag Assembly

Volunteers will check in at the Unitarian Society of Germantown, attend a brief service, and then go to the designated space to assemble breakfast bags.

01/20/202008:30 AM12:00 PM
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