About the Sunday Supper
Sunday Suppers will be taking place all across the nation on Sunday, January 20 as part of an initiative by the HandsOn Network / Points of Light Foundation. During Sunday Suppers, people from diverse backgrounds will come together to share a meal, discuss issues that affect their community, and highlight the power each one of us has to make a difference.
At the Sunday Supper, you’ll join fellow community members, Activate Good, and nonprofit partners who will facilitate dinner discussions on community issues:
Health and Wellness
Alzheimer’s Association-Eastern North Carolina
You Call This Yoga
National Students of AMF
Converting Hearts Ministries
Can I Live, Inc
Wade Edwards Foundation
Communities In Schools of NC
The Helps Education Fund
Homelessness & Housing
Habitat for Humanity-Wake County
Education for Successful Parenting
Note in the Pocket
Haven House Services
Human Rights Center
A big thanks to this year’s host, The Hive. They are graciously offering a special Sunday Supper menu and non-alcoholic beverage for $12/person (to be paid directly – in cash – to the restaurant on the 20th).
Space is limited, so early registration is encouraged!
MLK Day of Service
Activate Good believes that when individuals reach across differences, meaningful and mutually beneficial relationships with neighbors can occur. A sense of community is gained by neighbors working together on projects, resulting in stronger civic engagement and bringing us all closer to Dr. King’s legacy.
At this year’s Sunday Supper we will provide opportunities to volunteer during the MLK Day of Service so that participants can jump right in and start working to make a difference! Of course you can always visit activategood.org to find volunteer opportunities that fit your schedule and interests, or sign up to join the Activate Good team at our MLK Day of Service project at Hospice of Wake County!