Life's most persistent and urgent question is:

What are you doing for others? - Martin Luther King Jr.

MONDAY, JANUARY 18, 2016

Thank you to everyone for making MLK Day a huge success! Share your story of service on social media using #MLKDay and follow the impact on all of our official accounts.

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If you didn't get the chance to volunteer on MLK Day, visit Serve.gov to find volunteer opportunities near you.

Interested in joining AmeriCorps? Find out how AmeriCorps members get things done all over the country.

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Did you know that AmeriCorps members give back to communities around the country all year long? Interested in joining AmeriCorps? Find out more at AmeriCorps.gov.

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Did You Host an Event

Did your organization host an MLK Day service event this year? If so, we want to hear about it!

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Free Lesson Plans

Inspired by the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service

Sample art work from 2015 MLK Day poster contest

Help your students understand Dr. King’s vision with these free, easy-to-use resources created by the Corporation for National and Community Service and Scholastic. Visit scholastic.com/mlkday to find

  • Lesson plans and worksheets for grades 3-12
  • Service projects for all ages
  • Primary-source resources about Dr. King

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MLK Day 2015 Photos

 



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