Title :
MLK Day of Service - Letter writing
Volunteer Schedule :
One-Time Volunteers
Time Frame :
9:00-9:30: FB live “welcome” with options for the day and the “I’ve Been to the Mountaintops” speech 9:00-12:00: We will allow folks to pick up letter writing/card making kits at the Northern Berkshire Community Coalition's offices 61 Main Street, North Adams. nbCC requiring a “call ahead” 413-663-7588 10:00-12:00: Canned food/shelf-stable food and warm mitten, hats, and socks drive at UNO (outside where folks will be required to wear masks and just “drop off” materials to avoid congregating) ( we will also have letter-writing kits available here) 12:00-12:30: Virtual Lunch on Airmeet 12:30-1:00: Presentation of Peacemaker award and program end
Letter writing is a powerful tool; it helps us connect to others, advocate for our community, express our gratitude to one another, and uplift each other's spirits. In light of the ways in which we've had to remain physically separated as we collectively face this pandemic, we encourage you to utilize letter writing on this MLK Jr. Day. Letter writing packets with materials and more information can be picked up on January 18th from 10am-12pm at the Northern Berkshire Community Council, the UNO Community Center in North Adams, or the First Congregational Church in Williamstown. Any completed letters may also be dropped off at these locations, or you may send them yourself. If you would prefer a letter writing guide (without materials) emailed to you instead, please call NBCC at 413-663-7588 or email aa9@williams.edu.
MLK Martin Luther King Committee
The MLK Committee, under the umbrella of the Northern Berkshire Community Coalition is a volunteer led committee that coordinates events that honor the life and legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The main event is the Annual MLK community celebration on the annual holiday.

61 Main Street, Suite 218
North Adams, MA 01247
Phone: 413 663-7588
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