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City of Orlando Needs Volunteers to Pack 1 Million Meals for MLK Day of Service

The City of Orlando’s Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Commission is hosting its annual MLK day of service, which includes mission to package 1 million healthy meals, and they need help from volunteers.




The local service event on Monday, January 15th is to honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. In collaboration with U.S. Hunger and the Orange County MLK Initiative, they plan to package 1 million healthy meals at the Orange County Convention Center.

According to the City of Orlando, meal packs are high-energy, family-friendly volunteer events that benefit the local community and engage thousands of volunteers. All meals made at the event will be distributed in Central Florida.

There are multiple 2-hour shifts available throughout the day (9am-11am, 12pm-2pm, and 3pm-5pm) at the Orange County Convention Center (9800 International Dr, Orlando, FL 32819).

Sign up online and find out more information about this Central Florida event. Choose a shift, register and be a part of the change you want to see.


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