September 11 is a National Day of Service and Remembrance

September 11 Day of RemembranceThe September 11th National Day of Service and Remembrance is the culmination of efforts originally launched in 2002 by the 9/11 nonprofit MyGoodDeed. This effort first established the inspiring tradition of engaging in charitable service on 9/11 as an annual and forward-looking tribute to the 9/11 victims, survivors, and those who rose up in service in response to the attacks.

In 2009, Congress designated September 11th as a National Day of Service and Remembrance under bipartisan federal law, and charged the Corporation for National and Community Service with helping to support this effort across the country.

On the anniversary of the September 11th attacks, Americans unite in service in the same remarkable way that so many came together following the attacks.

To find opportunities to serve during this year’s September 11th Day of Service and Remembrance, you can look for projects in your area by clicking Find Volunteer Opportunities.

Teaching about 9-11, Resources for Educators

From resources, to content, to best practices, teachers can visit TeachingHistory.org or visit the 9-11 Museum and Memorial, for a range of 9/11 lessons for K-12 classrooms.

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