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Hurricane Katrina | 10 Years

A decade of recovery and rebuilding by AmeriCorps members and Senior Corps volunteers.
The Americans with Disabilities Act. Celebrates 25 Years

The Americans with Disabilities Act Turns 25

Learn how your organization or program can engage in disability inclusion.
White House Conference on Aging Boston, MA Regional Forum


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

Dedicated to helping families and children experiencing poverty build a stronger community.
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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.
#Katrina10 Stories of Service: Habitat for Humanity AmeriCorps Alum Chris MonfortonAmeriCorps alum Chris Monforton served on one of the first assessment teams for Habitat for Humanity around the Gulf Coast after Hurricane Katrina.
#Katrina10: Mississippi First Lady, CNCS Team Help Finish Katrina Anniversary Habitat HomeHabitat for Humanity Bay-Waveland Area got an assist on the 202nd home it has completed in the area as Mississippi First Lady Deborah Bryant, Corporation for National and Community Service CEO Wendy Spencer, AmeriCorps members, and local officials joined in the service project today in Waveland, MS.
#Katrina10: Gulfport Mayor Billy Hewes Discusses National Service and the Katrina RecoveryThe city of Gulfport was one the Mississippi towns that bore the brunt of a heavy hit from Hurricane Katrina in 2005. In the video above, Mayor Billy Hewes talks about the role national service played in the community’s recovery after the storm. Here’s part of what Mayor Hewes said:
Putting the Finishing Touches on a New Home with St. Bernard ProjectCorporation for National and Community Service members, and volunteers from the St. Bernard Project, Entergy, and the community began putting finishing touches on a home for Francitta Clemons in New Orleans to get it ready for her welcome home party on Friday morning.These homes are being built as part of



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