Honor the life and teachings of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by serving our community on MLK Day—and throughout the week surrounding the holiday
The Volunteer Center’s annual MLK Day of Service event has gone virtual and expanded to a week this year, with a variety of home-based and safely distanced service opportunities available, January 16-24, 2021. Projects range from writing letters to fleece blankets for hospice patients & foster children. Choose to participate in one or many! They all help others in our community.
View all opportunities available for MLK Week of Service. This link includes the activities below as well as service projects organized by the Volunteer Center’s partner sites and other local agencies. There are many opportunities to help in many different ways.
Contributing to a Cause, the need for donations of items and funds is at an all-time high. Help fill these needs virtually by purchasing specific goods and gift cards of any amount from these groups’ wish lists.
Send Encouraging Words, send a positive message and lift someones spirits like Foster Children, Veterans, Families in Need, Seniors, Covid Patients, and more.
Craft from Home, create items from home to send to others like Toys for Service Dogs or Paracord Bracelets for Troops or Preemie Hats. Some materials are common household items and some materials are sent to you when you Pre-Register.
Learn as a Service, Montgomery County students have the opportunity to learn and earn SSL hours for service projects. This year special learning activities bring the service learning lessons full circle!