Blog: 26 December 2012
Partner with UrbanPromise and the Camden community for our upcoming Martin Luther King Day of Service!
Last year over 300 children, teens, and adults from the South Jersey area participated in our 2012 MLK Day of Service. We’re hoping for an even greater turnout on Monday, January 21 and to engage in a wider variety of projects—a Camden park cleanup, an art project for the community of Newtown, CT, and several collections for local residents.
But we need your help to pull it off!
Consider joining us on January 21 and/or sponsoring our service projects by donating the following:
Art Supplies - To create “art of hope” for the community of Newtown, CT and children in local shelters and hospitals:
- 150 sheets of 11x17 copy paper
- 2 rolls of contact paper
- Candy molds
- Construction paper
- Markers, crayons, glue
- 10 boxes of colored pencils
- 25 pieces of poster board
- 5 rolls of duct tape
- (25) 18x24 stretched canvases
- 130 plain colored t-shirts
- 65 small condiment containers
- 20 loaves of bread
- 4 cases of apples
- 5 containers of hot chocolate
- 2 boxes of tea bags