To celebrate the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service, Christine Wright and her daughter, Melanie Stevenson, will continue a family tradition they started more than a decade ago – three generations volunteering together.
MLK Day of Service
On Monday, our nation will celebrate the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service and Remembrance. As we reflect on Dr. King’s life, his enduring messages and his transformational impact on our world, his prophetic call to action seems as timely and powerful as ever: “Life’s most persistent and urgent question,” he said, “is what are you doing for others?”
Through art, your kids can share Martin Luther King, Jr.’s message of hope – and win a Samsung tablet in the process.
The Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service and Remembrance is just five weeks away, on January 20, 2014. Make plans today to volunteer in your community, or to host or attend America’s Sunday Suppers, gatherings designed to bring people together to share a meal, talk about critical issues and discuss ways people can unite to meet urgent local needs.