9/11 Day of Service & Remembrance
The September 11th National Day of Service and Remembrance is the culmination of an effort originally launched in 2002 by 9/11 family members and support groups. The 9/11 charitable service day was established as a forward-looking way to honor 9/11 victims, survivors, and others who rose up in service in response to the attacks.
In 2009, Congress designated September 11th as a National Day of Service and Remembrance and charged the Corporation for National and Community Service with supporting this effort across the country.
For the 10th Anniversary of 9/11 in 2011, 33 million people spent the day helping others and 700,000 people volunteered. This year, September 11th is an opportunity for National Service programs to host events and service projects to help citizens honor the day with service and highlight the impact of service in Montana communities.
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Limited funding is available from the Governor’s Office of Community Service to support 9/11 day of service projects that provide training, strengthen infrastructure that supports collaboration, or provides outreach and public education on National Service. Senior Corps and AmeriCorps State Programs are eligible to apply. For more information on requirements for funding and allowable use of funds, download the 9.11 Guidelines for Funding Requests.
Download the Funding Request Form .
For more information on this opportunity, contact Tony Dean, Governor’s Office of Community Service Finance Manager, by calling 406-444-1809 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.