New York City Coalition Against Hunger, Inc. via Crowdrise
December 17, 2010
BENEFITING: New York City Coalition Against Hunger, Inc.
EVENT DATE: Jan 17, 2011
Martin Luther King Day has been the occasion for the “Serve-a-Thon” for the past 7 years, reflecting Dr. King’s commitment to poverty issues as well as civil rights. As he famously said in his later years, “I’ve worked to get people the right to eat hamburgers and now I’ve got to do something to get them the money to buy them.” Volunteers will perform a wide variety of tasks, including direct food service and assisting food programs with cleaning, maintenance, and other needs. Volunteers with a professional background will also learn about how they can use their skills on a long-term basis to help feeding agencies feed more people and move clients towards greater self-sufficiency.
More info can be found online at www.nyccah.org/volunteer/mlk
Help us raise money to support the City's anti-hunger efforts!