Participants are encouraged to fulfill Dr. King’s dream of helping others. As Dr. King once said, “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is: What are you doing for others?” Be a part of the fun and worthwhile service projects that have a lasting impact on the entire community.
Volunteers should meet at Charles W. Lewis Middle School, 875 Erial Road in Blackwood. Registration and a continental breakfast begins at 8:30 a.m. Program and presentation are at 9:15 a.m. Departure for the Day of Service activities is at 10 a.m. Conclusion of the activities is at noon.
Reserve your spot now on this inspiring day by pre-registering at glotwo.com. Registration will close on Friday, Jan. 17, at 10 a.m. All volunteers will be notified of their project assignment via email beginning on Jan. 13. On-site registration will be available on MLK Day, however project availability may be limited.
Projects/organizations include: American Cancer Society, Blackwood Animal Hospital, Blankets for the Camden County Women’s Shelter, Blenheim Fire Company
Camden County Animal Shelter, Cards for Soldiers, Cookies for a Cause, CPR Training, Elmwood Hills Healthcare Center, Financial Literary Program, Gabreil Daveis Tavern, Giggle Books, Glendora Fire Company, Gloucester Township Family Success Center, Gloucester Township Scholarship Committee, Gloucester Township Senior Campus Center, Hats for the Homeless, Helping Our Neighbors, Lake Mathilda, Living Word Food Pantry (Gloucester Twp. Food Bank), PB & J for the Cathedral Kitchen in Camden, PB & J for the Neighborhood Center, PB & J for Camden City Outreach, Relay for Life, Soles for Souls, St. Vincent de Paul Society (Food Bank at St. Agnes Church) and the Unforgotten Haven.
For more information, including a full description of what projects will be completed for each organization, please visit glotwp.org.