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 Entry IDLink to Entry Project Name Project Description Project Date Project Start Time Project End Time
18127View DetailsLewes Public Library Promote Your Non-Profit

Nonprofit organizations or community groups looking to reach more people may be able to place information in the lobby display case at Lewes Public Library. The library is seeking groups to organize informational displays for a two-week period in its lobby display case which is seen by the hundreds of people who walk through the library doors every day. For nonprofit agencies, this is an opportunity to educate the community.

01/14/202008:00 AM06:00 PM
18128View DetailsGuardianship Monitoring Program

There are approximately 1,200 active adult guardianship cases in the State of Delaware. These vulnerable individuals are adults who have been deemed incapacitated by the Court of Chancery and have had guardians appointed to make medical and/or financial decisions on their behalf. The Guardianship Monitoring Program is in need of volunteers to meet with these individuals, in care facilities as well as in the community, and to update the court on their current health and well-being.

01/14/202008:00 AM06:00 PM
18129View DetailsPFLAG–Rehoboth Beach

PFLAG–Rehoboth Beach provides support, education, and advocacy to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender persons, their loved ones, family and friends, to cope with the unique challenges each of them may face. It can be difficult to learn that oneself or a loved one is gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgendered. PFLAG offers a safe place for people who have questions or would like share their experiences with others. PFLAG provides a confidential setting that is respectful of human diversity.

01/14/202008:00 AM06:00 PM
18130View DetailsRead Aloud Delaware

Read Aloud Delaware is looking for volunteers who love to read to children. Volunteers usually read one to two hours per week in local child care centers. To sign up online, go to www.readalouddelaware.org. For more information, call 302-856-2527.

01/14/202008:00 AM06:00 PM
17102View DetailsNecessities for Our Homeless

Disability Pride Philadelphia Inc. will be collecting necessities needed for our homeless per Project Home. State of PA took away General Assistance this year and it leaves our people without the means to have socks, toothpaste, soap, laundry soap, to just name a few. On MLK Day, we will have donations dropped off or we will pick up, and then we will sort, clean, and package the items. At the end of the day we will deliver items to Hub of Hope in Center City.

01/20/202012:00 PM06:00 PM
18131View DetailsCommunity Night

Read Aloud Delaware is looking for volunteers who love to read to children. Volunteers usually read one to two hours per week in local child care centers. To sign up online, go to www.readalouddelaware.org. For more information, call 302-856-2527.

01/14/202008:00 AM06:00 PM
18136View DetailsODAAT Monthly Prayer Service: Special Black History Month Service

Prayer Services for clients, staff and community members who are in any type of Recovery or anyone looking for support in life’s journey. All are welcome.

There will be a Special Service on 2/18/18. The title will be “The Pain In Your History That Will Make You Great” and will be led by Mom Wells. This is a special Black History Month edition of the service. Please make this clear on the flyer.

01/19/202005:00 PM06:00 PM
17607View DetailsB3T Building a Better Bensalem

We are organizing the community to come together to show unity in the community. Bensalem residents along with any state, national, local leader, Clergy, Mayor, Senator, Bensalem Council members, Director of Public Safety and police officers. People from the 12 houses of worship are asked to bring non-perishable food items, baby care products and toiletries.  Items collected are donated to different panties in the community

01/20/202009:00 AM07:00 PM
17485View DetailsAnnual MLK Day of Service

Collecting and organizing supplies for community donation

01/24/202004:30 PM07:00 PM
17271View DetailsB3T Building a Better Bensalem

We are organizing the community to come together to show unity in the community. Bensalem residents along with any state, national, local leader, Clergy, Mayor, Senator, Bensalem Council members, Director of Public Safety and police officers.

01/20/202009:00 AM07:00 PM
19134View DetailsShirNathji Haveli Temple

**Must remove shoes before entering the Temple.

Dinner will served after the service.

01/20/202006:30 PM07:30 PM
19139View DetailsFaith Unity Islamic Organization

**Must remove shoes before entering the Mosque

Dinner will served after the service.

01/20/202006:30 PM07:30 PM
17237View DetailsServing Homeless Dinner Sat.1/18/20 Spring Garden location @ 4:30 PM

Volunteers will arrive at 4:30 pm to help with meal prep and serving dinner to 100+ homeless men women and children.

01/18/202004:30 PM07:30 PM
19144View DetailsCongregation Tifereth Israel Synogogue

Refreshments will be served after the service

01/20/202006:30 PM07:30 PM
16928View Details2nd Annual ML King Day of Service Recognition Dinner

Penrose Playground will be hosting its 2nd Martin L. King Recognition Dinner. We will acknowledge the hard work and dedication of 6 community activists and 1 junior activist. These individuals have volunteered over the years to ensure that the Penrose community (families and friends) have a building for shelter during the day, a person that will listen, food for their bodies and a safe place to grow. These are individuals that worked hard to bring Martin L. King's dream to reality.

01/20/202005:30 PM08:00 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
17235View DetailsServing Homeless Fri.1/17/20 Spring Garden location @ 5:30 PM

Volunteers will arrive at 5:30 pm to help with meal prep and serving dinner to 200+ homeless men women and children.

01/17/202005:30 PM08:00 PM
17207View DetailsMLK Younger Girl Event

Meals and Wheels gifts

01/20/202006:00 PM08:00 PM
17097View DetailsMLK Younger Girl Event

The Girl Scouts of Saucon Valley in Kindergarten through 5th grade will be crafting toys for the shelter animals, thank you cards for the military and small gifts for the meals on wheels recipients.

01/20/202006:00 PM08:00 PM
17208View DetailsMLK Younger Girl Event

toys for animals

01/20/202006:00 PM08:00 PM
17239View DetailsServing Homeless Dinner Mon.1/20/20 Spring Garden location @ 5:30 PM

Volunteers will arrive at 5:30 pm to help with meal prep and serving dinner to homeless men women and children.

01/20/202005:30 PM08:00 PM
17240View DetailsServing Homeless Dinner Fri. 1/17/20 3959 Lancaster Ave @ 5:30 PM

Volunteers will arrive at 5:30 pm to help with meal prep and serving dinner to homeless men women and children at 3959 Lancaster Ave, Phila PA 19104

01/20/202005:30 PM08:00 PM
18132View DetailsCommunity Night

We invite you to visit The Franklin Institute for free on Community Nights! Everyone is welcome to join us at this monthly event that features our famous permanent exhibits, hands-on activities, and live science shows. Each month we highlight local partner organizations that provide science activities or resources.

This event is free. Doors open at 5:00 pm. We invite guests to park in our garage for a discounted rate of $6 for the evening.

01/13/202005:00 PM08:00 PM
17244View DetailsServing Homeless Dinner Mon. 1/20/20 3959 Lancaster Ave @ 5:30 PM

Volunteers will arrive at 5:30 pm to help with meal prep and serving dinner to homeless men women and children at 3959 Lancaster Ave, Phila PA 19104

01/20/202005:30 PM08:00 PM
18058View DetailsKitchen Meal Prep

Groups will work in the kitchen under the guidance of MANNA’s amazing chefs. You will work on supervised tasks that our chefs assign such as chopping vegetables, packing meals, filling meal trays, making sandwiches, baking and any other tasks for the day.

01/20/202007:00 AM08:00 PM
16912View DetailsShoppers Paradise BLACK EXPO 2019

Businesses will present their products and services. An awards ceremony. Live concerts. Fashion Show. Speakers. Community forums, food, music and workshops.

12/15/201912:00 PM09:00 PM
19353View DetailsHealthy Community Think Tank

The Howell Alliance will host a Healthy Community Think Tank on Jan. 6. Topics discussed at quarterly meetings include social media/technology use, vaping, underage drinking, marijuana use and mental health. Community members are welcome to share their ideas and perspective in an informal environment to enrich the community’s commitment to youth at-risk behavior prevention. No membership is necessary. The 2020 meeting dates are Jan. 6, April 6, July 6 and Oct. 5 at 7 p.m. at Echo Lake Pavilion,

01/06/202007:00 PM09:00 PM
19109View DetailsFeeding the Homeless

Feeding the homeless.

Feeding the Homeless

MLK Jr. City Government Center
Harrisburg City Hall
10 N. 2nd Street
Harrisburg PA 17101

Monday, January 20, 2020

5 pm - 9 pm

01/20/202005:00 PM09:00 PM
16777View DetailsI promised a Girl Scout I would vote

This is a virtual event that the Girl Scouts will be participating in. They will have the I promised a Girl Scout I would vote patch packet. The goal of this packet is to get the girls civic minded and to engage the community with voting. The girls will have to get 20 signatures that promise they will vote in the next election. Our doors will be open that day so that if someone would like to pick up the packet they can. Or people can come and sign as well.

01/20/202009:00 AM09:00 PM
19130View DetailsLinconia Tabernacle

Refreshments will served after the service, disabled accessible.

01/20/202007:00 PM09:00 PM
16711View DetailsBristol Borough MLK Day of Service

2020 SouperBowl of Caring on SuperBowl Sunday.

02/02/202001:30 PM09:00 PM
16911View DetailsShoppers Paradise BLACK EXPO 2019

Businesses will present their products and services. An awards ceremony. Live concerts. Fashion Show. Speakers. Community forums, food, music and workshops.

12/14/201912:00 PM09:00 PM
18065View DetailsBreakfast Honoring the Life and Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

The YMCA of Greater Monmouth County is proud to announce that its annual memorial breakfast honoring the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. will take place on Friday, January 17, 2020, 7:30–9:30 a.m., at the Sheraton in Eatontown, 6 Industrial Way East.

Event tickets are $30 for adults, $10 for youth (16 & under) and $250 for a table of 10. For tickets or more information on the breakfast or essay contest, please contact Event Manager Sandy Riddle at 732.671.5505, ext. 119 or e-ma

01/17/202007:30 AM09:30 PM
18137View DetailsDr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Annual Memorial Breakfast

Tables may also be purchased via check at the following address:

Barristers’ Association of Philadelphia, Inc. c/o Osazenoriuwa Ebose 1600 Market Street, Suite 3600 Philadelphia, PA 19103

Martin Luther King, Jr. Service Project to immediately follow breakfast.

Chairwoman, 2020 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Annual Memorial Breakfast Osazenoriuwa Ebose 2020 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Annual Memorial Breakfast Co-Chairs Clementa Amazan Kevinn Souffrant

01/20/202008:00 AM10:00 PM
17299View DetailsMaking and Serving food to homeless adults

We will buy the food, prepare it at someone's house, serve the dinner at 8 or 9:00 p.m., at the church where the homeless people sleep, and clean up. We will also make brown bag lunches for them to take with them when they leave the church the following morning.

01/21/202004:00 PM10:00 PM
17131View DetailsHelping Hands at Houston Hall

Volunteers will create gifts that will be donated to those in need in the West Philadelphia area. Contact AARC @ 215.898.0104.

01/20/202009:30 AM11:30 PM
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