“Our ultimate end must be the creation of the beloved community”
– Martin Luther King Jr.
Join Jewish Volunteer Connection (JVC) and the wider community and help move forward Dr. King’s vision of a Beloved Community on this national day of service. Volunteers from across Baltimore will engage in hands-on volunteer projects and inspiring educational opportunities that will impact our beloved community not just on this holiday, but year-round.
Volunteer at this signature community event or at sites throughout Baltimore including soup kitchens, shelters, senior facilities and beautification projects.
Volunteer projects are open for all ages and abilities. Come on your own or with your family and friends! Together, let’s transform Dr. King’s life and teachings into community action.
WHEN: Sunday, January 19 & Monday, January 20
WHERE: Various locations throughout Baltimore area
DETAILS: Jewish Volunteer Connection, a program of The Associated: Jewish Federation of Baltimore, matches volunteers with hands-on service projects throughout Baltimore. Each year, the organization helps volunteers to give back at area schools, shelters, hospitals, synagogues and organizations throughout Baltimore. MLK Day is among JVC’s largest annual events. MLK Day is an exceptional day for volunteerism, community activism and unity. Join other impassioned and committed volunteers at sites throughout Baltimore on this National Day of Service. Sign up early as availability is limited. Learn more and register today at jvcbaltimore.org/mlkday
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