Make an Impact on MLK Day and Volunteer with Your Kids

December 31, 2012 By: Sara Blair Category: WordPress Import

Each year, Americans across the country come together on Martin Luther King. Jr. Day to serve their neighbors and communities in honor of Dr. King. As part of this national movement, we’re once again hosting “Bring Your Child to Serve Day” on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

Over the past several years, “Bring Your Child to Serve Day” has become an important day of community service throughout the nation, and we’re excited to join in and offer working parents and their children an opportunity to volunteer together and generate awareness around the issue of hunger!

The event will take place from 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. on Monday, January 21, at Second Harvest Heartland West, located at 6325 Sandburg Road in Golden Valley. More than 400 youth ages eight and older and their parents will work in shifts sorting and packing food for the nearly 600,000 individuals in need of hunger relief in our community.

Bremer Bank, a longtime supporter of community service with a keen interest in hunger relief, is sponsoring the event and will have employees and their children on hand volunteering. Thank you Bremer Bank!

Please consider joining us on January 21 to honor the late Dr. King and serve those in need in our community!

And remember, you can continue to serve your community after MLK Day. To see volunteer opportunities at Second Harvest Heartland all year round, visit here.

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