9/11 Day Honors Through Volunteering

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9/11 Memorial volunteer Mark Eisen stands in Times Square for 9/11 Day’s “I Will” campaign. (Photo courtesy 9/11 Day)

9/11 Day, the international nonprofit movement to observe 9/11 every year as a day of charitable service, is asking Americans what they will do this 9/11 to honor those lost that tragic day.

Founded in 2002 by David Paine and Jay Winuk in honor of Winuk’s brother Glenn who was killed on 9/11, 9/11 Day encourages millions to participate annually by taking time out on 9/11 to help others in need, in their own way.

9/11 Memorial volunteer Mark Eisen recently stood in Times Square to declare how he will give back on 9/11.  See Eisen’s pledge at Tout.com, and visit 911day.org to make your own pledge to join the 9/11 Day movement. 

Learn how you can volunteer year-round at the 9/11 Memorial here.

By 9/11 Memorial Staff 

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