Martin Luther King Jr. Day guarantees a day of Service!


Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service is a day to remember the life and legacy of one of the most prolific leaders of the modern civil rights movement, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The National holiday is celebrated all around the United States and especially here in Memphis, Tennessee which is home to the National Civil Rights Museum. Many events focus on service and bringing together ordinary citizens to promote serving and giving back to the communities in which we live.

Eyewear Gallery celebrates and captures the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. by giving back to the Memphis community in a number of ways including ongoing efforts supporting the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Memphis, the Memphis Symphony Orchestra, Mid South Food Bank and other local initiatives. Eyewear Gallery is also spearheading an effort to collect more than 8,000 pairs of glasses per year in Memphis to support those in need and help them receive free vision care. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was serving underprivileged individuals and Eyewear Gallery continues his legacy of helping the underprivileged today. The number one cause of blindness worldwide is the lack of vision correction and Eyewear Gallery partners with local businesses in Memphis to collect thousands of pairs of glasses to help meet the demand.

To learn more about how you can become involved and Donate your Glasses at Eyewear Gallery to help those in need, call 901-763-2020.

Dr. Warren Johnson | Dr. Do Nguyen | Dr. Burt Bodan



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