Langley Federal Credit Union employees, friends, and family members honored Martin Luther King, Jr.’s life of service on Monday, January 16, 2023 by volunteering at nonprofit organizations across the Hampton Roads community. Over 150 volunteers completed 9 projects on Langley’s 4th annual Day of Service to make a difference in the communities we serve. Over the course of the day, these volunteers:

  • trimmed trees and designed planters for the new Newport News office of the Center for Child & Family Services
  • packed and organized items to help Faith Recovery move from Newport News to Williamsburg
  • gave clinic areas at Gloucester Mathews Care Clinic in Gloucester a fresh coat of paint
  • filled over 300 bags with nonperishable breakfast items and toiletries at Helping the Homeless in Gloucester
  • picked up trash, painted, and cleaned LGBT Life Center in Norfolk
  • painted 10 offices for case workers caring for survivors of human trafficking at The Samaritan House in Virginia Beach
  • built 15 beds for families in need, and delivered and assembled 12 beds at Sleep in Heavenly Peace in Hampton
  • provided groceries to 30 families at THRIVE Peninsula in Newport News
  • assembled 70+ customized wooden flags for families of fallen first responders and wounded warriors at Valhalla’s Forge in Virginia Beach