The universal messages of justice, democracy, hope, love, and selflessness that Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. preached continue to inspire and move people today. As his legacy lives on, we encourage you to answer Dr. King's call to service by participating in the MLK Day of Service. January 18, 2021 will mark the 26th anniversary of celebrating Dr. King's birthday and commemorating his life and legacy through community service.
Partner with United Way in a day of service where community-minded individuals, like you, can donate time, talent, and energies to complete volunteer projects benefiting nonprofit organizations and school districts throughout the county. Working together, businesses, organizations, and volunteers can lend your muscle to make a difference in Lancaster County.
In the words of Dr. King, "An individual has not started living fully until they can rise above the narrow confines of individualistic concerns to the broader concerns of humanity." So make this a day on, not a day off and join us as we celebrate the spirit of volunteerism in Lancaster County by engaging in meaningful volunteer activities to benefit human service agencies and people in need.
If you are a non-profit agency who would like to submit a project for this year's MLK Day of Service, please use our online submission form: https://www.uwlanc.org/MLKDayOfService
If you are a community member interested in volunteering, you can view the list of available opportunities here: https://uwlanc.galaxydigital.com/aem/general/event/?doc_id=6031
Questions? Please contact Audrey at Lilley@UWLanc.org or 717-824-8122 for more details.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About UNITED WAY OF LANCASTER COUNTY
1910 Harrington Drive, LANCASTER, PA 17601, US
Mobilize the caring power of our community to achieve impactful systemic social change within our community.
Your time and talents will help improve lives when you volunteer to help others in Lancaster County!
Each day thousands of people like you make their caring count by helping health and human service agencies with a wide range of tasks. You could serve your community as a counselor, tutor, companion to the elderly, board or committee member, and in other ways beneficial to the community.
United Way of Lancaster County's Volunteer Center coordinates and mobilizes volunteers, both individuals and groups, young and old, corporate and families, to deliver creative solutions to community problems. Together we can all make this community a better place to live.
Advocacy & Human Rights
Homeless & Housing
Mon Jan 18, 2021
09:00 AM - 01:00 PM
This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.