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 Entry IDLink to Entry Project Name Project Description Project Date Project Start Time Project End Time
17028View DetailsPersonal Care Bags

We will prepare personal care bags for men that are in recovery houses, teens that are in shelters and senior citizens in assisted living facilities.

01/20/202008:00 AM03:00 PM
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
18785View DetailsCathedral Kitchen

We will prepare the meal and dining room to welcome our guests. We will serve dinner to our guests. Then we will clean the dining room and kitchen after the meal. We will have volunteers help with the meal
service. Project Hope will send a NP to do screenings for our guests (blood pressure, HIV, glucose, etc.)

01/20/202002:30 PM05:15 PM
17549View DetailsGermantown Friends School

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

01/20/202010:00 AM12:00 AM
17455View DetailsChrist's Lutheran Church

We will stuff teddy bears for distribution by children and family services

01/20/202012:00 PM02:00 PM
16997View DetailsAthletic Recreation Center

We would like to de-clutter, clean and organize all of the rooms in this historic building. With the help of community partners we have been able to have a successful venture
each year we have participated in this event. Our community partners have been non-profits, colleges and Athletic Recreation Center's neighbors.

01/20/202009:00 AM01:00 PM
17250View DetailsBeth Am Israel: MLK Day of Service and Learning

We'll be welcoming folks from all backgrounds and ages to participate in hands-on service projects and learning opportunities.
Some activities will include: making sandwiches to donate to homeless shelter, making inspirational cards for children with cancer, sorting clothes, sorting/dedicating/recording books, making therapy goat leads, green project, package home goods for refugees, and much more! We'll be having discussion of justice reform and interfaith dialogue. Food will be served!

01/20/202009:00 AM12:30 PM
17601View DetailsBeth Am Israel: MLK Day Of Service & Learning

We'll create simple origami planter “starters” out of recycled newspaper and plant milkweed seeds in them. Participants will take home and then transplant to gardens to support the monarch community, or donate to a Community Garden. Education about the monarch butterfly / milkweed connection will be offered.

01/20/202009:00 AM12:30 PM
17600View DetailsBeth Am Israel: MLK Day Of Service & Learning

We'll pack Welcome Baskets of home goods and make Welcome Cards for refugees the have recently arrived with https://www.hias.org/ Food will be served!

01/20/202009:00 AM12:30 PM
17531View DetailsWork Day and Clean-Up at the Cemetery

Weed and overgrowth clean-up at a historical cemetery. Wear work gloves and sturdy shoes.

01/20/202009:30 AM12:00 PM
18878View DetailsScreening of the documentary film Won’t You Be My Neighbor

Welcome to the Neighborhood MLK Day Event: Screening of the documentary film Won’t You Be My Neighbor about the life and legacy of Fred Rogers. There are snacks and art making activities for those in attendance of the screening and a discussion of the film afterwards.

01/20/202011:00 AM01:30 PM
17247View DetailsAction for Early Learning Family Read Along

West Phila. Action for Early Learning Initiative (AFEL) will be honoring the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr with a Family Read-Along and Book Distribution as part of the annual MLK Day of Service at Drexel University’s Dornsife Center for Neighborhood Partnerships, 3509 Spring Garden Street. Activities will take place from 10 am to Noon. Parents, caregivers and children of all ages are encouraged to participate. Children’s books will be distributed. A Local Actor will re-enact an MLK Speec

01/20/202009:00 AM01:00 PM
19355View DetailsConversations of King: Keep Moving From This Mountain - Reception and Panel

WHYY and NewCORE invites you to interact with ‘Keep Moving from This Mountain,’ a historic yet still relevant keynote address delivered by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., to the students and faculty of Spelman College nearly six decades ago. In his 1960 Founder’s Day address, King identified four symbolic mountains – relativism, materialism, segregation, and violence — that must be overcome if civilization is to survive. Ahead of the federal holiday, join your neighbors in conversation about morali

01/17/202006:00 PM08:00 PM
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
17430View DetailsPennsylvania School for the Deaf (Donate Knit Supplies to Shelter - KLH)

Will create knit & crochet project gift packages to Germantown women's shelter organization

01/17/202009:00 AM12:00 PM
16851View DetailsHar Zion Temple's MLK Day of Service

Will write letters with samples provided
Cards can be made with stickers, markers,etc.

01/20/202001:00 PM03:00 PM
17458View DetailsEngine 36/Ladder 20 - Vietnam Memorial Clean up

Working in conjunction with Father Judge High School, our companies will clean up the memorial and remove any trash and debris from the area. We will polish the bell and wipe down the granite headstone. At this time if there are any repairs needed to the fencing or post we will perform them.

01/20/202009:00 AM12:00 PM
17668View DetailsOpportunity House - Shelter and Day Care

Working in the homeless shelter side working on bulletin board information and then with children on the day care side with craft activity, snacks, other programs.

01/20/202009:00 AM01:00 PM
17831View DetailsFufilling the Dream

workshop on social networking and bridging the gap between inner city youth and our suburban neighbors

01/20/202009:00 AM03:00 PM
17629View DetailsMLK Community Clean Up

workshop teaching youth how to interact with these Departments This day will consist of a talk from members of the judicial and police and fire companies regarding how young people need to interact with officers. this workshop will consist of various politicians, Judges police officers and detectives from police departments in the area

01/20/202009:00 AM12:00 PM
17986View DetailsHunting Park

Would you like to play a role in keeping a neighborhood jewel like Hunting Park clean ? Then come out and get involved in one of our many Volunteer Service Days!
Our service days are fun, and provide a much needed service to the park, introducing you to "One Park For all People" .. Monday, 1/20 - Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service.
Dress Warm~!

Community Service Hours available for students and residents who need to complete them!

01/20/202009:00 AM01:00 PM
16706View DetailsPoquessing Middle School

Wrestlers, Cheerleaders, tri-m Music honor society, friends of rachel club, student council, and environmental club will read to the kids from their closest elementary school.

01/17/202011:00 AM02:30 PM
16708View DetailsPoquessing Middle School

wrestlers, cheerleaders, Tri-M Music Honor Society, Friends of Rachel Club, Student Council, Interact & environmental club will make blankets and donate them to St. Mary's

01/15/202011:00 AM02:30 PM
16707View DetailsPoquessing Middle School

wrestlers, cheerleaders, Tri-M Music Honor Society, Friends of Rachel Club, Student Council, Interact & environmental club will make chocolate covered pretzels for the homeless

01/16/202011:00 AM02:30 PM
16709View DetailsPoquessing Middle School

wrestlers, cheerleaders, Tri-M Music Honor Society, Friends of Rachel Club, Student Council, Interact & environmental club will volunteer at their local nursing home

01/15/202011:00 AM02:30 PM
16771View DetailsMichener Art Museum Annual MLK Jr. Day of Service and Art

Write a letter to an Ecuadorian child, which will be delivered during the February 2020 program, and create a drawing of an Ecuadorian animal.Participants are asked to bring a gently used or new pair of children’s shoes to the Education Gallery through the month of January, to be given to the children living in rural Ecuador.

01/19/202001:00 PM03:00 PM
19371View DetailsY-Achievers

Y-Achievers is asking for the Active Older Seniors to come out for a day of games, crafts and light lunch in an effort to bridge the gap through communication and fellowship. Offering assistance using smartphones, tablets, iPads, and social media presence. Required to be a AOA YMCA member and sign up no later than Jan 15.

01/20/202012:00 PM03:00 PM
17904View DetailsHar Zion Temple's MLK Day of Service

yarn and knitting of blankets, scarves, hats, etc.

01/20/202001:00 PM03:00 PM
17508View DetailsYour AOK Community Clean up

Your AOK will host a community cleanup at Mcveigh Rec center. We will be painting, rearranging and decorating room, sweeping and mopping! Then we will have a beautiful lunch provided by Your AOK Foundation!

01/20/202009:00 AM01:00 PM
17168View DetailsTabernacle Baptist Church

Youths will create handmade cards for senior assisted living facilities.

01/20/202009:30 AM01:00 PM
19344View DetailsDr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service

“Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service,” Jan. 20 through Jan. 25. Crochet or knit at home, and drop off your items to the Circulation Department during normal branch hours. All sizes of hats, blankets, fingerless gloves, mittens and leg warmers will be accepted. Items will be donated to local charities. Items will not be accepted before Jan. 20 or after Jan. 25.

01/20/202009:00 AM05:00 PM
19345View DetailsIn Remembrance of Martin

“In Remembrance of Martin,” 2:30 p.m. Jan. 20. This documentary features personal comments from family members, friends and advisers of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and also includes portions of his “I Have A Dream” speech. The film is available through the Library’s Kanopy digital service.

01/20/202002:30 PM05:00 PM
19349View DetailsSend Valentine’s Greetings to a Child in the Hospital

“Send Valentine’s Greetings to a Child in the Hospital,” 10 a.m. Jan. 29. All are welcome to drop in and design a card for a child in the hospital. Cards will be sent to Cards for Hospitalized Kids, an internationally recognized charitable organization. Registration is not required.

01/29/202010:00 AM03:00 PM
19351View Details"Souper Bowl: Great Soups and Appetizers for Game Day"

“Souper Bowl: Great Soups and Appetizers for Game Day,” 3 p.m. Jan. 31. Learn how to make great soups and appetizers with Jennifer Klein, a registered dietitian with Perlmutter Family ShopRite.

01/31/202003:00 PM05:00 PM
19346View DetailsThe Light of Hope (La Ilum D’Elna)

“The Light of Hope (La Ilum D’Elna),” 2 p.m. Jan. 27. The film will be screened in honor of International Holocaust Remembrance Day. It is based on the true story of Elisabeth Eidenbenz and her female co-workers, who saved the lives of almost 600 infants in World War II. Courtesy of the Library’s Kanopy digital service.

01/27/202002:00 PM04:00 PM
19343View DetailsWellness Initiative for Senior Education

“Wellness Initiative for Senior Education,” 11:30 a.m. Jan. 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 and Feb. 7. The six-week, evidence-based substance abuse prevention and wellness program will cover topics from stress management and healthy living to medication management and prescription drug abuse. Free lunch will be provided. Registrants agree to attend all six sessions.

01/03/202010:00 AM03:00 PM
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