2016 marks 15 years that America, as we knew it, changed forever. Through all of the tragedy, heartbreak and loss on September 11th, 2001, it was in true American Spirit, that we held on to one another other and stood tall.
Fifteen years later, we continue to see hate and violence through terrorism, both domestically and abroad. Let us use this weekend to remember and ask the souls that were lost on 9/11, to help us as a nation, as a world, to once again, come together to hold each other up.
GET INVOLVED: You can make a difference in the world in so many simple ways.
Giving back through service is the best way you can honor 9/11. Over the weekend, next week and all month there are a number of ways you and your family or group can volunteer. The Volunteer Center of South Jersey continues to make connections everyday with volunteers to help those in need in our own communities.
Visit the site to find something to match your passion https://connect.fundly.com/site/sjvolunteers#/.
We also encourage to visit our Pinterest Board for Do-It-Yourself and other Volunteer Project Ideas.
New to volunteering? Not sure where to start? Cal our office at 856-415-9084 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also visit 911day.org – Tomorrow Together, a National Community Service Corps initiative, ” will inspire empathy among young leaders and bring all generations together in the spirit of service.”