9/11 Day Service and Remembrance

9-11 day of remembrance.pngEach year on September 11th Americans come together to honor and remember the attacks on our nation through community service - be it through big acts or small ones. The 9/11 National Day of Service and Remembrance brings volunteers together for service projects that honor the spirit of giving, community service, and volunteerism at the heart of America’s strength. Learn how you can participate below!

 

Serve Colorado is honoring this day of service two ways:

  • Recognizing people who have committed themselves to service 
    ​through
    the Governor’s Service Awards
     at the Capitol​
    .
  • Facilitating a statewide random acts of kindness campaign
    ​ 
    ​known as 
    the ​
    'You Just Got Served
    ​' campaign.
    ​ Serve Colorado will distribute around 1000 cards and instructions to AmeriCorps ​members, Commissioners, and Colorado communities statewide to create a viral chain of kindness. 

Learn more about this day of service on the CNCS website

 

 

 

You Just Got Served Campaign

 

In honoring the wishes of the survivors and family members of those lost on 9/11,  all Coloradans, including currently serving AmeriCorps members,  are invited to participate in a random acts of kindness campaign.  To participate do at least one good deed from September 4th - 11th and leave your “You Just Got Served Card” so that the person you served can pay it forward. If you take a photo and share it on social media, we can track just how wide this chain of kindness can grow.


AmeriCorps members are making big changes in their communities through many small acts each and every day. Join us in solving Colorado’s toughest challenges through national and community service.

 

 

Click below for all the materials you'll need to participate!