Thursday, January 16, 2014

Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service: MSAA Shares Ways to Show Support This Monday

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service - January 20th, 2014
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What are your plans for this Monday?Join us for MLK Day of Service this 1/20/14
In 1994, Congress declared the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday as a day of service.  Twenty years later, Americans all across the country still honor King's memory by engaging in acts of service that benefit their fellow community members. 
Rather than taking the day off this Monday, January 20th, we're encouraging others to use this day to help improve lives for the multiple sclerosis community in the spirit of service.
Learn more about how you can help improve lives
Short on time or money?Join us
You'll find many different ways to help, and not all of them require a big budget or even a flexible schedule. In fact, even with minimal time or money, you can truly make a difference and help improve someone's life.
Ways to volunteer or serve:
5. Consciously send positive, healing thoughts to someone
6. Perform random acts of kindness - this can be as simple as brightening the day for an elderly person you know

Join us for Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service

In what ways, big or small, do you plan to serve or volunteer this Monday?
Tell us on Facebook or learn more about ways you can help. 

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1 comment:

  1. Thank you Joan for showing support for MSAA and the entire MS community. I have enjoyed reading your blog and hope to connect with you soon.

    -Sarah Masino, Community Relations Coordinator at the Multiple Sclerosis Association of America (MSAA)