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Partners: Human Rights Campaign Mississippi & United Way of the Capital Area
MLK Day of Service is on January 16, 2017. We hope you all will join us once again in transforming this national holiday into a “day on, not a day off” meant to turn Dr. King’s teachings into a day of action across the country, and to deepen our commitment and connection to those in our community who are too often at its margins.
One such challenge is homelessness among LGBTQ youth as well as non-LGBTQ, at-risk youth. HRC Mississippi and the United Way of Capital Area invite you to partner with us on a service project benefiting homeless and at-risk youth in your community, including LGBTQ youth.
How can YOU make a difference?
By donating items and volunteering your time.
By January 13, please help us collect the following items for the youth served by United Way of Capital Area:
Contact Harry Hawkins at email@example.com for drop off information.
Please consider organizing a donation drive at your work, school, or place of worship. If you are interested, please contact Harry Hawkins at firstname.lastname@example.org or Daniel Ball at email@example.com.
On Monday, January 16, please volunteer with HRC Mississippi for a service project that will benefit United Way of Capital Area and the youth they serve. Volunteer opportunities include assembling care packages.
Monday, January 16
10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
HRC Mississippi Office
200 N. Congress St.
For more information about MLK Day of Service, please visit hrc.org/mlkdayofservice.