The Martin Luther King, Jr. National Day of Service is a day intended to empower individuals, strengthen communities, bridge barriers, create solutions to social problems, and move us closer to Dr. King’s vision of a “Beloved Community.” Thank you to the virtual volunteers who joined us for our 11th Annual MLK Day and to the thousands of volunteers who have served with us over the last decade to make this National Day of Service a part of who we are as a connected and resilient community.
Recorded live as part of the 2021 MLK Day of Service
About the webinar: The global pandemic of 2020 highlighted the glaring inequalities that exist between those that have and those that have not. In this webinar presented by Charles Curtis, we share volunteer tips on how to best advocate for those in our community and bridge the gap between those we serve and those who serve. We encourage all volunteers of every experience level to watch and consider the role we each play in supporting equitable outcomes.
(prepared from the suggestions of Volunteer New York! staff and Board)