“18th ANNUAL GREATER PHILADELPHIA MARTIN LUTER KING DAY of SERVICE”
In honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, this past January 21st K.R.T gave back. The young King and Founder Curran J, along with other various alumni of Germantown High School join together in helping to revitalize the school. K.R.T’s good acts included painting lockers and cleaning hallways of the aging campus. Giving back didn’t stop there, as we graced the students on the campus with a donation of T-shirts from our collection. Unfortunately, Germantown High is a part of the 30+ schools in the Philadelphia metro area set to be closed at the end of the school year. We used this opportunity to let the people know the harm in closing our neighborhood schools. The closing of our schools has a negative impact on improving student achievement. Lets all start to give back to our community while we can because you never know when that opportunity will be given away. K.R.T
A stack of sweatshirts for the kids
K.R.T. Volunteers going ham on the lockers.lol
Young King Curran J assisting an elder
Getting some supplies.
Intern graphic designer Tawona and her friend
Oops we forget to tape off the locker numbers.lol
Muhammad struggling opening up the paint.
Young Kings and Queens!