Martin Luther King Jr. Day
The MLK Day of Service is the college’s largest volunteer event. Each year, several hundred faculty, staff and students choose to “make it a day on, not a day off” by volunteering in their communities on this national day of service through the opportunities provided by Macomb Community College.
Planning is already underway for the 2015 event! We are excited to have many of the same volunteer opportunities as we have in previous years, along with the return of the MLK Student Essay Contest!
To see the impact of just one volunteer site for MLK Day, read the thank you below from Gleaners Food Bank about our volunteers!
Thank you so much for organizing such a wonderful group of volunteers from Macomb College. We are so grateful for the hard work provided by groups like yours. Through your efforts, 2,500 Stamp Out Hunger bags were managed! Great job!
Your support makes it possible for us to distribute more than 45 million pounds of food to our hungry neighbors in southeastern Michigan, including the 40% of our recipients who are children. Thank you again for caring.
Please bring a food donation to the kickoff event for MLK Day on January 19, 2015!
Our "Food for Thought" student food pantry provides aid year round at Macomb Community College. Annually, the pantry helps approximately 300 students and their family members with basic food staples and other household goods. Please consider bringing in non-perishable food staples, grocery store gift cards, or a monetary donation whenever possible. The pantries are located at both student centers (South Campus, K Bldg and Center Campus, P Bldg).
If you have any questions about Macomb Community College’s MLK Day of Service, please email firstname.lastname@example.org For information on the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., please visit this link to The King Center at http://www.thekingcenter.org/
For additional volunteer opportunities throughout the year, please contact the Office of Student Life and Leadership on either campus: