Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. believed because everyone can serve, everyone can be great. His dream included a vision of people of all races, ethnicities, and backgrounds serving others around the world and in doing so, enhancing the quality of life for us all. This is why honoring Dr. King through performing acts of service, kindness, and volunteerism helps keep his dream vibrant, strong, and alive.
On the third Monday in January, we celebrate Dr. King’s life, legacy, and contributions to our nation. There is no greater way for Americans to honor him than by including volunteerism and public service into their daily lives.
Dr. King once observed, “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is: What are you doing for others?” We encourage all Cleary students, staff, faculty, and alumni to put Dr. King’s teachings into action by volunteering in your communities. Through volunteerism, we can all make a contribution that helps answer his question not only on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, but every day. By empowering people, building bridges, and strengthening communities, we can make a difference.
Here are just some of the many opportunities to lend a helping hand.
Art Program Volunteer
“Be Our Guest” Program
Comfort Howell area patients
Friendly Visitors Needed to Visit Nursing Home Patients
Help Wanted! BRIGHTON Area
Muscles Needed to help The Salvation Army
Share your knowledge with a small business owner
RSVP-Food Distribution-Ann Arbor
Volunteer Needs in Chelsea, Manchester & Grass Lake
Ann Arbor – Let’s do Lunch!
Food Gatherers – Community Kitchen
Wayne Metro: Head Start Kitchen Volunteer
Focus: Hope — Senior Meal Packaging: Jan. 20
Wayne Metro: Head Start Classroom Volunteer
2016-2017 Volunteer Tax Prep with Wayne Metro
Wayne Metro: GED Tutors (Hamtramck)
Gleaners Food Bank
Master Gardeners of Western Wayne County