MLK Day volunteer opportunities available in the Twin Cities
Roseville, Minn. – Adults and youth ages 16 or over are invited to sign up for a special day of volunteer opportunities at The Salvation Army’s Harbor Light Center in Minneapolis on Monday, Jan. 16.
About 45 people are needed for a Martin Luther King Day of service, starting at 8 a.m. Volunteers are asked to commit to four hours, but are welcome to stay until 5 p.m.
The morning starts with a gathering in the Harbor Light Center chapel, then groups will divide up to help with the following projects: serving meals, assisting with laundry and housekeeping, painting rooms, and office work.
To volunteer at the MLK Day of Service, simply sign up online.
If you are signing up with a group or have a preference for a certain project, please contact Deidre Hoppe at Deidre_Hoppe@usc.salvationarmy.org or by calling (612) 767-3100 ext.3154.
Preferences will be taken into account when assigning volunteers, but project assignments cannot be guaranteed. All volunteers must be at least 16 years old.
About the Twin Cities Salvation Army
Since 1886 the Twin Cities Salvation Army has been a safety net for thousands of people, providing food, housing, financial assistance and more, without discrimination. Each year we serve 187,000 people in the metro area, providing 1,300 hot meals daily and sheltering nearly 900 every night. The Salvation Army relies on 20,500 volunteers who give 160,000 hours of service annually. Please join the Twin Cities Salvation Army by volunteering or making a donation to support your local community.