Baltimore MLK Day Volunteer Efforts Extend ‘Day On’

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mlkThe call to serve continues to resound in Baltimore on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Here are a few efforts that continue the mantra of “a day off, not a day on.”

Johnston Square Park A group of volunteers from the 6th Branch, Rebuild Johnston Square Park and Civic Works joined together to work in the East Baltimore park. “Together we are rebuilding our community by transforming it’s vacant lots into safe, play areas and green spaces for residents to enjoy,” said a Facebook post by The 6th Branch.

Paul’s Place The Southwest Baltimore community center had 55 volunteers pitch in for the day from Civic Works and St. Paul’s School and Calvert School.

Big Vine Pull The annual day of service in city parks cleared invasives at a Gwynns Falls Trailhead, according to Baltimore City Parks and People.

Robert W. Coleman Elementary A group from Kaiser Permanente helped out at the school, according to Business Volunteers Maryland.



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  1. I’d like to add that Friends School conducted its annual MLK Day of Service, in which approximately 300 members of the Friends and wider community partook in volunteer activities centering around helping out folks in Baltimore who could use some support.

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