MONDAY, JAN 19TH
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. said, “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is: What are you doing for others?” Each year, Americans across the country answer that question by coming together on the King Holiday to serve their community. Join with your neighbors from across Santa Cruz County as we make it a day of volunteer action.
COFFEE INSPIRATION & COMMUNITY
Join us as we kick off the day from 9-9:45 AM at Santa Cruz Bible Church with Mayor Don Lane and the newly formed group Compassion Santa Cruz. Grab a refreshment, register for a project and be inspired before adjourning for a day of volunteerism. ALL are welcome.
Volunteers are needed at projects throughout Santa Cruz County. Your time and energy will support an organization that improves the quality of life for people in our community.
ADDITIONAL WAYS TO TAKE ACTION NOW
Compassion Santa Cruz- Mayor Don Lane has joined with Mayors across the country in signing onto the Charter for Compassion. We are excited to partner with this effort to help community members take compassionate action in 2015. MLK Day provides the perfect opportunity to start the year off right. Want to commit to a year of compassionate action?
Coat and Toiletries Drive Now through Jan 19- Help spread the civic spirit of Dr Martin Luther King Jr by lending a hand to our coat and toiletries drive in support of program clients from Friends Outside. Drop off bins are available throughout the community awaiting your donations of new and gently used coats, blankets, scarves, gloves, and socks. We are also collecting new toiletries. Learn More and View Locations
Celebrating Compassion and Courage- Activities all week long- Join the Resource Center for Non-Violence and the NAACP as they host a week of activities in the lead up to Martin Luther King Day of Service. Two concerts, a youth day, a film and more. Check in out your opportunities to get inspired. Learn MoreShare this: