American Flag Banner for 9/11 Day of Service




The September 11 National Day of Service and Remembrance (9/11 Day) is a chance to help others in tribute to those killed and injured on September 11, 2001, first responders, and the countless others who serve to defend the nation’s freedom at home and around the globe.

Join us on 9/11 Day— step forward to serve in a remarkable spirit of unity, honor, and compassion.

Remember, even a small act of service is a giant act of patriotism.


Looking for a project? Find one in your area by searching on:

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  • 911Day.orgincluding “Teaching 9/11 to a New Generation of Americans”, “9/11 Day Teachers Guide”, “Dispelling Myths About Military Veterans,” and “Hallway of Heroes.”
  • AmeriCorps includes tools to plan a service project that prepares you for safety in your community, the classroom, and in the event of a disaster.
  • National Youth Leadership Council’s 9/11 Day Service-Learning Toolkit for adult facilitators and student leaders to select service projects and locations for 9/11 Day.
  • The 9/11 Lesson: Celebrating Real-Life Superheroes – For elementary educators & students: Explore this site to discover what happened on September 11, 2001, and how it changed the world forever. Play Virtual Heroes Experience games, access the 9/11 Lesson Library and explore a Virtual Museum Gallery.



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