9/11: Serve + Remember event is an annual community-wide day of service dedicated to honoring the memory of those lost on September 11, 2001 through volunteer service (see 911day.org to learn more about the national movement).
Over the last 9 years Volunteer New York! has worked with Westchester County to inspire, mobilize and unite thousands of volunteers in service in tribute to those lost, the families of those lost, and the volunteer heroes who responded in the wake of this unprecedented tragedy that occurred only miles from our community. Just last year on September 11, 2018 over 1,000 local volunteers of all ages gave their time to help others and address community needs, support local charities, and in turn, helped turn tragedy into a national day of doing good. How will you volunteer on Sept. 11?
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SERVING WESTCHESTER, ROCKLAND AND PUTNAM IN THE LOWER HUDSON VALLEY
Volunteer New York! inspires, mobilizes and equips individuals, groups and organizations to take positive action to address pressing challenges, support nonprofits and strengthen the quality of life in our community.