National Urban League and United Way Help Young People Give back in Baltimore and Beyond

Date: July 20, 2016

On Saturday July 16, United Way of Central Maryland joined forces with the National Urban League (NUL) for a Day of Service. This Day of Service is part of NUL’s 27th annual Youth Leadership Summit, which was held at Coppin State University. The convention brought together over 300 youth from around the country. During the day of service, United Way facilitated volunteer activities in various locations throughout Baltimore and central Maryland. Volunteers came together at First Fruits Farm and Civic Works’ Urban Garden to provide fresh, nutritious food for those in need plus created over 200 learning kits for (Maree G Faring Elementary).  The kits will be used to welcome the kids back to school on the first day.  We are very thankful to the National Urban League for their commitment to empower young people through volunteerism.

The National Urban League and United Way are committed to giving young people an opportunity to give back as well as providing greater insight into Baltimore and central Maryland. Special thanks to everyone who came out from both the National Urban League and United Way.

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