There are opportunities to serve all around you! Here are a few to choose from:
- City Year New Orleans is hosting volunteers a city cleanup. Register here.
- United Way of Southeast Louisiana wants you to help them develop an urban garden and refresh a local playground. Sign-up.
- New Orleans City Park has a variety of service projects, but they are filling up fast! Register here.
- LSU invites staff, students, and community members to join them in a Day of Service. Volunteers will help with projects across the community. To sign-up, visit here.
- Due to Covid, the City of Baton Rouge has pushed their MLK Day of Service to February. Learn more here.
*find more ways to serve at https://americorps.gov/newsroom/events/mlk-day.*
"Volunteerism shows the strength of Louisiana's character and the resilience of our spirit." - Lt. Governor Billy Nungesser
Last year, more than 929,000 Louisiana residents volunteered, contributing 81.1 million hours of service at an estimated economic value of more than $1.9 billion.
If you are interested in finding volunteer opportunities in your area, visit Volunteer Now.