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White House Conference on Aging Boston, MA Regional Forum
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Serving Rural America’s Kids and Families

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Volunteering Remains Strong

This year's volunteering report has been released. See all the results and learn how you can serve this season and throughout the year!
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The President is calling on all Americans to participate in our nation's recovery and renewal by serving in our communities. There are many ways to get involved. America's new foundation will be built one community at a time - and it starts with you.
President Obama Talks National Service on The Daily ShowPresident Obama visited The Daily Show​ with Jon Stewart last night and said this about national service and AmeriCorps:“We have to give (young people) pathways to get them involved. And so we’ve tried to expand things like AmeriCorps as much as possible. Part of what we want to do is hopefully tie it more to getting a lower-cost college education, so that they get scholarships in return for the work they do.
#Time2Serve for Mandela DayMandela Day was inspired by a call Nobel Peace Prize winner Nelson Mandela made in 2008 for the next generation to take on the burden of leadership in addressing the world’s social injustices when he said “it is in your hands now.”Three rules guided the late South African leader’s life: Free yourself, free others, and serve every day. Today is a day to remember that call.At the Corporation for National and Community Service, we support Mandela Day’s goal to inspire people to serve.
By CNCS Staff
Journey of Philly member from prison to service held up as example
‘In that room, I am everybody’s grandma’This year marks the 50th anniversary of Foster Grandparents, and we hear lots of great stories about how these Senior Corps volunteers are making a difference in schools across the nation. Here’s one example, as told by “Grandma Mae” Mitchell in St. Louis, MO:“It is a thrill for me every day to walk in and hear their voices say, ‘Hi Granny Mae!’ They come running asking, ‘Can I work with you today, Granny?’ In that room, I am everybody’s grandma.



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