On this historic, 50th Anniversary of the King holiday, we're inviting the Atlanta community to celebrate and continue Dr. King’s legacy of service.
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BREAK BREAD, BARRIERS
On Sunday, January 14, we'll convene 200 corporate and community leaders at the Center for Civil and Human Rights for an engaging evening of conversation and performances. We will center the event around Dr. King's Poor People's Campaign, which called for a radical distribution of political and economic power.
There were 3 driving forces of the Poor People's Campaign that are still very relevant today:
- A war on poverty
- Guaranteed annual wage
- Construction of low-cost housing
The Signature Sunday Supper will be live streamed via Facebook. Watch last year's event:
LIVE HIS DREAM
day of service
On Monday, January 15, in partnership with the King Center, we will mobilize 1,500 volunteers at 25 projects throughout metro Atlanta to unite in service.
2017 was another racially and politically polarizing year. From the tragic events in Charlottesville, to the #takeaknee protests, racial and social injustice is at the forefront of conversations every day.
To overcome these social challenges, we believe by uniting in service, we can live Dr. King's dream of peace and equality.
We will have a diverse range of projects to participate in this year including school and park beautification, meal kit packing and working in homeless shelters, putting together literacy and calming kits, planting trees, spending time with seniors, and more!
A full list of projects coming soon!
Host a Sunday Supper
We're partnering with Civic Dinners to host 50 Sunday Suppers across Atlanta on Sunday, January 14. We'll provide all the tools and resources for a meaningful evening of conversation, all you need to do is invite your friends to join.
50 Acts of Service
To honor the 50th Anniversary of the King Holiday, we will host a series of service projects from January-April 2018. These unique projects will lead up to the King Center's Memorial March from Ebenezer Baptist Church to Morehouse College.
To learn more about joining our team of sponsors and to explore ALL of the marketing and employee engagement opportunities for MLK Jr. Day of Service and Sunday Supper, contact gifted juggler and Chief FUNdraiser:
Julianna Cagle, Director of Development
p: 404.979.2838 e: email@example.com