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Join the Movement

  • Get ready to apply!

    Apply  now for funding for MLK Day of Service projects. To prepare your application:

    A community service dream come true

    With the third year of funding from the Florida legislature, St. Petersburg College and the MLK Advisory Committee are looking to make the 2015 MLK Day of Service on Monday, Jan. 19, 2015 the most memorable community service event to date. Please help us and join hundreds of local citizens who choose to honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. by serving the community. Let's make MLK Day a day on, not just a day off!

    How do I get involved?

    • Plan a service project and apply for a 2015 MLK Day of Service Award of up to $5,000 to fund the project
    • Serve as a volunteer in another organization or group’s service project on the MLK Day of Service
    • Organize a service project and have the project posted on this website
    • Become a donor or sponsor

    Learn more about the 2015 MLK Day of Service and Service Awards

    Plan to attend one of the MLK Day of Service Information Sessions.

    NOTE: Attendance at one of our information sessions is strongly advised for organizations and groups applying for a 2015 MLK Day of Service Award.

    SPC Allstate Campus
    3200 34th Street S., St. Petersburg, Desoto Room #103

    • Tuesday, Sept. 23, 6-7:30 p.m.
    • Thursday, Sept. 25, 6-7:30 p.m.

    SPC St. Petersburg/Gibbs Campus
    6605 5th Avenue N., St. Petersburg, AD 180

    • Saturday, Sept. 27, 10 a.m.-Noon

    How do I volunteer?

    Check back in December for volunteer registration information.

    Questions?

    Contact James Robinson, Project Manager at robinson.james@spcollege.edu or call 727-341-4121 or 727-341-4130.
     

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  • “Life’s most persistent
    and urgent question is:
    ‘What are you
    doing for others?’”

    - Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.