Human Relations Day is the Sunday before the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. national holiday and supports outreach to underserved communities, ministries that respond to non-violent youth offenders, community advocacy, and faith-based volunteer programs for community developers, and other programs that work with at-risk teens. It also supports at-risk youth through the Youth Offender Rehabilitation Program administered by the General Board of Church and Society. The offering also supports community developers and community advocacy through the United Methodist Voluntary Service administered through the General Board of Global Ministries. One hundred percent of the offering goes to the General Council on Finance and Administration.