The Round Rock Volunteer Center is participating in the United Way of Williamson County Martin Luther King Day of Service on Monday, Jan. 16.
The Day of Service will organize more than 200 volunteers for 7 projects in the cities of Round rock, Leander, Cedar Park and Georgetown.
- Brushy Creek MUD and Discover Green -- Creek restoration for native bird habitat. 50 volunteers needed.
- Callison Elementary School -- Tile mural completion for school display. 10 volunteers needed.
- Seton Williamson -- Seed ball creation for areas affected by wildfires and pillow sewing for Elderhaven. 15 volunteers needed.
- Berry Springs Park and Preserve -- Development of nature trail and beautification of existing multi-purpose trail. 30 volunteers needed.
- Annunciation Maternity Home -- Warehouse and Merit Room organization. 10 volunteers needed.
- Damascus Road Christian Church -- Kids Helping Kids winter coat distribution. 30 volunteers needed.
- Southwest Williamson County Regional Park -- Nature trail beautification. 60 volunteers needed.
Martin Luther King, Jr. believed in the power of service to strengthen communities and achieve common goals. Through his words and example, Dr. King challenged and empowered individuals to take personal action and lift up their neighbors and communities by volunteering.
Thank you for doing your part and joining your neighbors and friends for the United Way of Williamson County MLK Day of Service!