Although the Covid pandemic continues to limit our ability to offer public gatherings, we can all still come together and serve and commemorate on MLK Day.
The 2022 program included a Community Walk, Zoom conversations on racial justice, and MHH365’s traditional hands-on and self-led volunteer service projects.
Join us in our call for just and equitable access to the ballot! We will continue to provide postcards for you to write your elected officials demanding that they pass the Freedom to Vote Act and the John Lewis Voting Rights Act!
THANK YOU to everyone who came out on MLK Day to honor Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s life to walk through Cambridge’s Port neighborhood. Learn more about the special event here.
Please consider making a donation to support MLK Day of Service Partners MHH365, MBK Cambridge and YWCA Cambridge.
Many Helping Hands 365 is proud to partner with My Brothers Keeper and Cambridge YWCA Cambridge to produce this year’s events. We encourage you to get to know and support these local organizations.”
For the Community Walk in The Port neighborhood, we are also partnering with Cambridge Arts, Central Square BID, The Community Art Center, Margaret Fuller Neighborhood House, The Robert and Janet Moses Youth Center, St. Paul AME Church, Cambridge NAACP and History Cambridge.
YWCA Cambridge is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all. Learn more.
My Brother’s Keeper Cambridge is a consortium of concerned community leaders committed to the empowerment and success of young people residing in the City of Cambridge. Learn more.