September 11th National Day of Service and Remembrance

#911DayWe all remember September 11th in different ways.  What I remember most is how Americans came together to do whatever they could to help support one another.  First responders headed to Ground Zero, hotels offered shelter to those who couldn’t get back to their Manhattan homes, and complete strangers stood hand in hand comforting each other.  All of a sudden this great nation, that spans over 2,000 miles, felt more like Mayberry.

On the anniversary of the September 11th attacks, Americans from coast to coast can unite again for September 11th National Day of Service and Remembrance.  You can volunteer at your favorite charity, donate to a local foodbank, or simply open a door for strangers that have their arms full.  Click here to learn more about September 11th National Day of Service and Remembrance and how you can become involved.

To ensure we never forget what happened on that Tuesday in September is to do a good deed.  I know that I will be dropping off some food to my local foodbank and will be on the look out to find ways to brighten a stranger’s day.  What will you do?  If you want to share on social medial use #911Day