3 membersMLK Community Coalition of LebanonThe mission of the MLK Community Coalition of Lebanon, Ohio is to honor Dr. King’s vision of justice by building an inclusive network of individuals and organizations that work toward empowerment for all people.
1 membersMiller Street Neighborhood Renewal, Inc.Our Mission Statement: "To enhance the lives of low income citizens educationally, economically, socially, civically and spiritually."
7 membersService for Peace - Washington, D.C.Service for Peace's Washington D.C. chapter.
2 membersNature ConsortiumNature Consortium is a grassroots, community-based organization whose mission is to connect people, arts and nature. We create opportunities for people to connect to themselves, to each other, their community and the natural world. We foster a journey of discovery for people to find their individual passion, empowerment and action. We believe that by creating awareness individuals will change their behavior in interacting with the world
3 members40 Days of PeaceFor 40 days, beginning with the Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday on January 17, 2011, national and local partners, individuals, families, communities, schools, communities of faith, community organizations and many others will focus on helping to start building a peaceful community. Make a difference in your own life and in the lives of others by acting peacefully during this period and help to create a community of peace. Like the civil rights movement, this is meant to be inclusive and all-encompassing. We seek participation from all individuals. Please post your 40 Days of Peace projects on this page, and encourage others across the nation to create communities of peace.
2 membersService For Peace - SeattleThis will be the sixth year that SFP Seattle has been the lead organizer for the MLK Day/Season of Service in Seattle/King County. Our mission is to honor the life and legacy of Dr. King by recruiting volunteers from diverse backgrounds to help organizations that help at risk youth and to involve those youth in community service. Our goals are to expand MLK Season of Service each year so that more volunteers commit to ongoing volunteer opportunities during MLK Season of Service and throughout the year.
2 membersUnited Way of Utah CountyCommunity Outreach Day was established ten years ago in January of 2000 as a program at the Center for Service and Learning at Brigham Young University in Provo, UT. The program was established to honor Martin Luther King Jr. and his life of service. Community Outreach Day is one of many programs run by students and overseen by full-time employees for the Center for Service and Learning. The mission of Community Outreach Day is to bring the students and community together to commemorate Martin Luther King Jr. through a day of service. We strive to instill a love for service in the hearts of all those who are involved, that they might carry the spirit of service with them for the rest of their lives.
2 membersPennsylvania Family CoalitionThe Pennsylvania Family Coalition serves as the state commission on community service and volunteerism. Its mission is to catalyze the innovation and growth of service and volunteerism by creating partnerships that maximize resources, expertise, capacity, and impact. Toward this end we: invest public and private funds in community-based organizations in a fair and equitable manner; convene and mobilize individuals, nonprofits, corporations and government entities to link strategies related to service and volunteerism; build capacity of programs and agencies through training and technical assistance; and advocate for the development and promotion of public policies and private intiatives that incorporate service and volunteerism as effective strategies to addresss community needs.
2 membersService For Peace - CincinnatiThis will be the fifth year that Service For Peace - Cincinnati has been the lead organizer for the MLK Day/Season of Service in Greater Cincinnati. Our mission is tohonor the life and legacy f Dr. King by recruiting volunteers from diverse backgrounds to help organizations that help at risk youth and to involve those youth in community service. During the MLK Season of Service 2011, we will complete several community service projects, which focus on non-profits and government agencies that serve at risk youth. These projects will help community-based organizations clean, paint, and beautify their facilities.
63 membersService For Peace - Fairfield CountyService For Peace is an independent nonprofit organization providing service and learning opportunities through community projects which promote transformational and sustainable personal and community development around the world. We bring together people and partners of diverse faiths, ethnicities, nationalities, generations, and cultures to address profound social needs by discovering commonality and genuine appreciation for differences – all through service. We believe that peace begins with the inner peace fostered by service to others and that active cooperation provides the foundation and the real hope for peace.