Make a Difference
Use your knowledge, skills, and talent to give back to your community and inspire others. Volunteers committing 1 or 2 days of service a week are needed. Some opportunities include:
And much, much more!
We are seeking individuals and groups who are enthusiastic, eager to learn, and can work with the general public. You may be the person we are seeking!
For more information regarding Martin Luther King Jr., National Historic Site's volunteer program and/or opportunities for volunteering, contact Ranger Klima or Ranger Smith, Volunteer Coordinators for the park.
Did You Know?
On April 3, 1963, civil rights forces led by Dr. King launched a drive against discrimination in Birmingham, AL. The city's police force, led by Commissioner Eugene "Bull" Connor, used high-powered water hoses and dogs against demonstrators. The brutality of the repression aroused public opinion.