Miami – In commemoration of the annual Martin Luther King Day of Service, Hamilton, Miller & Birthisel (HM&B), LLP, in collaboration with other external community partners, will organize beautification and landscaping projects at its adopted Brownsville Middle School in Liberty City, 4899 NW 24 Avenue in Miami on Saturday, January 14 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The community event will bring together local residents and their families to serve a local school in a community of need and advance Dr. King’s dream of social justice and economic opportunity for all.
HM&B is inviting all interested volunteers to register for the Day of Service project at Brownsville.
“We are proud to continue our partnership with Brownsville Middle School and to exemplify the spirit and legacy of Dr. King in fostering civic engagement and community transformation through our annual Day of Service,” said Jerry Hamilton, managing partner of HM&B.
In 1994, Congress passed legislation encouraging the King Federal Holiday to be observed as a national day of service. HM&B will welcome volunteers from Brownsville Middle School PTSA, City Year Miami, Wilkie D. Ferguson Jr. Bar Association, Caribbean Bar Association, University of Miami Caribbean and Black Law Students Associations, Sadie’s Daughter, Bearded Villains Miami Chapter, Girl Power Miami, Legal Services of Greater Miami, BMe Community, Office of Vice Chair Dorothy Bendross Mindingall, Miami Dade Public Schools, and the The William R. Kenan, Jr. Charitable Trust, among other community partners and supporters.
For more information, including details about the Day of Service, contact HM&B partner Marlon A. Hill at 305-379-3686.
To register to volunteer, individually participate or as an organization, go to www.tiny- url.com/BrownsvilleMLK and RSVP your attendance with your name and contact information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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