Each campus came up with a unique and thoughtful way to honor Dr. King whether it be a rally to encourage and support civic engagement, a food drive, or the creation of college access kits. Highlights of the grant proposals include:
- OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE - Occidental College will partner with 20 community organizations to mobilize 200-300 participants in activities such as food harvesting, outdoor beautfication, and gardening.
- SOUTHERN OREGON UNIVERSITY - SOU is partnering with Mosaic, a multicultural mentoring agency to reach out to high school students of color and/or queer identified students to engage them in community service.
- UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON at BOTHEL - University of Bothel and Cascadia Community College will host a campus day of service. The activities include environmental restoration, a food drive, service in retirement homes, writing letters to active military service and a K12 clothing drive.
- WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY at VANCOUVER - Will host a day of education and service featuring a keynote speaker, educational sessions, a food drive, and a undergarment clothing drive for incarcerated women.