On Saturday, Jan. 19, President Obama and the First Lady, the Vice President and Dr. Biden will take part in an event that’s become a tradition — a National Day of Service on the weekend of Martin Luther King Day to celebrate Dr. King’s legacy.
No matter where you are in America, you have an opportunity to join this effort and serve your community. The Presidential Inaugural Committee has helped to organize events all over the country.
This National Day of Service is about strengthening the communities that we call home, and that’s a goal that we can all share.
So on Saturday, take part in a food drive or help paint a school. Clean up a park or help make care packages for veterans.
There are many ways that all of us can make a difference in our communities and our neighborhoods. Find one here:
The President is looking forward to seeing you out there!
P.S. — The commitment to public service doesn’t end this weekend. Find opportunities to help in your community year round, at Serve.gov.