Webinar: 9/11 Day of National Service and Rememberance

Posted by Corporation for National and Community Service on August 8, 2016

On September 11, 2016, we will mark the 15th anniversary of the horrific attacks that took place in New York, Washington, DC, and in the air over Pennsylvania.

This anniversary is reminder of how service unites our country and honors those who lost their lives 15 years ago. Together, we represent hope, unity, inclusion, and kindness to others—the very principles that compelled the families of the 9/11 victims to create this day of service.

As part of this milestone, we are joining 9/11day.org and MyGoodDeed in building “Tomorrow Together.” As the conveners of “Tomorrow Together,” they are a principal partner in this national day of service and remembrance and their website includes resources that will help you engage students and kids in service.

Webinar Details:

On August 11 at 2 p.m. Eastern Time, we will host a webinar for all national service grantees on connecting to the September 11th National Day of Service and Remembrance, including traditional and social media guidance. To connect to the webinar, please use the following information.

Join Skype Meeting (guest link)

Join by Phone

Toll-free number: 8666708282

Conference ID: 99501276

Three things can you do now:

Go to our website to find resources and ideas.
Register your 9/11 day project on http://Serve.Gov not later than August 10 and make sure to put 9/11 in the title or description, so individuals who want to participate in this day of service can find your opportunity.

Please also let us know what you are doing for 9/11 here.

We look forward to hearing how you will honor this September 11 and sharing the powerful and unifying story of how national service is making a difference in communities across the country.

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