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Service Network

Businesses and nonprofits are key to the success of the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Day of Service. Businesses see MLK Day as an important way to give back to the community, connect with customers, increase employee morale, and demonstrate corporate social responsibility. 

children, volunteers, and business professionals work together on MLK mural

The are many ways to support MLK Day of Service - Organize a volunteer project, give employees time to serve, provide financial or in-kind support, or help raise awareness about the day and related service opportunities. However you participate, you are honoring Martin Luther King, Jr.'s life and legacy, and helping further his dream of a beloved community.

Join the MLK Day Service Network and you will:

  • Receive MLK Day updates about events
  • Receive invitations to our webinars
  • Be listed as a member of our MLK Day Service Network page
  • Be eligible to have your local projects highlighted in CNCS communications
  • Network with other organizations involved in MLK Day activities

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Contact Us

For more information on corporate sponsorship or collaboration opportunities in support of MLK Day of Service, please contact Rhonda Taylor at rtaylor@cns.gov or (202) 606-6721.

National Sponsors

MLK Day Service Leaders

The MLK Service leaders are organizations that are planning and carrying out service projects to bring Americans together to meet community needs on Martin Luther King, Jr. National Day of Service. These organizations will engage hundreds of thousands of Americans to help students increase educational achievement, support veterans and military families, assist individuals and communities in preparing for disasters, and meet other pressing needs across the country. See the MLK Day Subgrantees. 

MLK Day Service Network

The MLK Service network is helping to promote the MLK Day of Service by holding projects and networking with other organizations planning and holding service activities. They have pledged to promote the MLK Day of Service throughout their network, and encourage their affiliates to do the same.

Corporate Sponsors 

Corporate and business entities represent one of the most powerful forces for change in our nation. Each day corporations and their employees contribute substantial time and financial support to communities in need. They invest their expertise and financial resources to strengthen communities and solve critical social problems such as health, fitness, education, literacy, energy and environment, community revitalization, and safety and security.

In collaboration with the Corporation for National and Community Service, companies can help address local needs, bring service efforts to scale, and impact communities through volunteering and civic engagement.

Our corporate supporters range from national retailers and service companies to consulting firms and manufacturers. These companies are making a difference by supporting volunteering and civic responsibility on a local, regional, and national level.

For more information on corporate sponsorship or collaboration opportunities in support of MLK Day of Service, please complete the form on the Become a Partner Page or email us at MLKDay@cns.gov.


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