As you know, each year in observance of 9/11 our nonprofit organizes the September 11 National Day of Service and Remembrance in honor of the victims and in tribute to the first responders, volunteers, recovery workers, and members of the military who rose in service in response to the attacks. Today 9/11 is the nation’s largest annual day of charitable engagement with more than 35 million Americans setting aside time to help others.
This year, our group will be hosting six special volunteer service projects for 9/11 families, and members of the public. We and our 9/11 partners have projects throughout the week of 9/11 in Washington DC (9/7), St. Louis (9/7), New York City (9/9), Phoenix (9/11), Boston (9/11), and Dallas (9/11). If you have an interest in signing up to participate in one of our special projects this year, or wish to explore opportunities in other communities, please use this link (http://911day.org/volunteer) to access our volunteer registration page before we open this up more broadly next week. Once at our site, you will be able to access another link that will provide more details and sign up info. We have limited spots available so please register right away if interested. We do not provide transportation to the events but otherwise all the supplies etc. will be provided. There is no cost to participate of course. We hope you can join us. For more info on the 9/11 Day of Service and Remembrance, visit: 911day.org.
David Paine and Jay Winuk, Co-Founders, 9/11 Day of Service and Remembrance