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How to Give Back on 9/11

Sep 10, 2020

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As we pause and remember those we lost 19 years ago on 9/11, we are partnering with 911day.org to invite you to honor their lives by coming together to do over 1 million self-directed acts of service and good deeds throughout the month of September as part of 9/11 Day At Home. Here’s how you can participate.

1. Do a Good Deed

Check out 9/11 Day’s curated list of over 50 “good deeds” you can do. From volunteering, supporting charities through donations, or using a meaningful hashtag, the list has a wide range of ideas for individuals and families. Click here for even more ideas to give back. Every good deed counts.

2. Share Your Story

As you serve your community on 9/11, inspire others on social media by sharing your story using #911day and tagging the organization you helped. Enjoy reading how others are giving back by searching #911day.

3. Do Even More Good

Doing good can spark the impulse to do more. There is no limit to the good deeds you can do. Here are some more virtual opportunities for ideas you can do throughout the month.


 

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Darcy Hughes

Written by Darcy Hughes

Darcy Hughes is a Business Development and Marketing Coordinator at VolunteerMatch. Her background includes coordinating projects at an arts institution and consulting with a company that advises nonprofits. She has a liberal arts education, majoring in English at Trinity College. In her free time, Darcy loves to read, travel, and make art in her studio.

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