Volunteer Spotlight: MLK Day of Service

We are so thankful to the 25 amazing volunteers from First Presbyterian Church of RaleighEdenton Street United Methodist Church Missional Community, Boy Scouts of America Troop 369 and Activate Good who spent their MLK day serving with us.


Volunteers spent the day organizing our offices and cleaning the clinic. Groups picked up trash and branches around the Alliance Medical campus (in 30 degree weather!), deep cleaned the kitchen and bathrooms, and scrubbed the upholstered chairs. The groups also cleaned the conference room, yoga mats, kids play area, and teal pod refrigerator. The patient library, development office and hall printer closest were neatly organized. Ot is safe to say that our offices and clinic are looking cleaner and more organized than ever!

We were so grateful to have volunteers of all ages from 11-50+ years old on MLK day with one volunteer commenting, “I’m so glad you all have volunteer opportunities for all ages!” We are thankful for a day to reflect on the life and lasting legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. who once said,

Life's most persistent and urgent question is, 'What are you doing for others?'


Stay up to date with us on social media to find out about future volunteer opportunities! To find opportunities today, contact Ruthie Wofford at rwofford@alliancemedicalministry.org