Join in community service on 9.11 National Day of Service
You can turn a day of tragedy into a day of doing good and showing love to your neighbors and community by choosing one of many projects taking place at local Mesa schools, city facilities and nonprofits from September 9 thru September 20.
|In observance of September 11 National Day of Service, the city of Mesa is joining with JustServe.org to inspire volunteerism through many great service projects opportunities in Mesa.|
The nation changed forever on September 11, 2001. Many Americans remember a country before and a country after, and for many young Americans, only a country after. Terrorist attacks causing tragic loss of life at the World Trade Center in New York City, at the Pentagon in sight of the nation’s capital, and at a quiet field in southern Pennsylvania led to conversations and reflection on American identity, patriotism, security and selfless service that resonate even today.
In 2009, Congress formally recognized the date as an annual “National Day of Service and Remembrance” — a time to honor the 9/11 victims and first responders through good works.
Join with your community members to honor and commemorate the sacrifices made that fateful day by remembering the heroes, armed forces, first responders, and countless others’ acts of service to help their neighbors and defend our nation’s freedom.
To get involved, find a local community project HERE