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MLK Day of Service

Living the Legacy 

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. believed in the power of service to strengthen communities and achieve common goals. Through his words and example, Dr. King challenged and empowered individuals to take action and lift up their neighbors and communities by volunteering. 

This annual event honors Dr. King’s legacy and providesan opportunity for all people to renew their own personal vows of citizenship through service to others. As a volunteer, you can assist with a variety of projects throughout Williamson County while joining in solidarity with hundreds of thousands of Americans across the country in volunteer service.

Volunteer on your own, with your family or with a group from work or school. See individual projects for age requirements.

General Information

Date: Monday, January 18, 2021
Time: 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

In the event of inclement weather, we will notify participants by email, social media or text regarding the cancellation of affected projects or the entire event if necessary. Search for us using @UnitedWayWilco or #HelpingInWilco. 

Investing in Volunteerism

Your investment of financial resources is needed in order to provide meaningful volunteer opportunities in the community. Here are some ways you can invest in volunteers and service to our community. 

  • Click here to invest in volunteerism. 
  • Does your company offer a volunteer grant program? Click here to Double the Impact of your time by registering for a volunteer grant from your employer.
  • Provide in-kind donations for projects and volunteer events organized through United Way of Williamson County. 

For more information, call (512) 255-6799 or email info@unitedwaywilco.org.

The MLK Day of Service is a part of United We Serve, the President's national call to service initiative.