Multifaith Day of Service
January 18, 2021
The Peninsula Multifaith Coalition invites you to join (both online & in-person) on MLK Jr. Day for its 9th Annual Day of Service.
The day begins at 8:30am with an Opening Ceremony on Zoom featuring:
- Congresswoman Jackie Speier
- Rev. Lorrie Owens, President of San Mateo NAACP speaking about the importance of celebrating Dr. King in 2021.
Following this ceremony, volunteers will break into groups to work together (online or in-person) on various projects that benefit our local community. New this year, is an alternative educational project featuring a reading of “Letter from Birmingham Jail” written by Rev Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Most projects will start at 10am and end by 12pm.
After signing up for either a community service or the educational project (please only sign up for one), you will receive further information from your project captain. If needed, community service forms are available. More information about the Peninsula Multifaith Coalition Day of Service and specific projects can be found at https://sites.google.com/view/mlkday2021/home/volunteer-information.
COVID-19 Precautions: This event will comply with all San Mateo County health and safety guidelines. This includes San Mateo County’s health order requiring face coverings, social distancing, and limited gatherings. If required by conditions on MLK Day, some projects may have to be altered or cancelled.
Volunteers must register by January 10.