HARRISBURG – In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Gov. Tom Wolf encouraged Pennsylvanians who are healthy and able to consider volunteering with a local food bank or other helping organization. Volunteer efforts to distribute meals and other life-sustaining services remain an essential activity, and residents, who are able, can assist local organizations with delivering services to their communities while also following necessary safety precautions. Wolf said Dr. King’s life reminds us of the importance of finding ways to be of service to one another, and that reminder rings especially true as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to cause many of our neighbors to struggle to make ends meet or put food on the table. He encouraged Pennsylvanians to find a way to support a local food bank or other charitable organization, whether through in-person activities, virtual action, or financial support.