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Dedicated to helping families and children experiencing poverty build a stronger community.
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Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work

We need your help on Thursday, April 23 to help us inspire millions of young people to dream big about their career opportunities.
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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.
Wounded Warrior Riders Saluted for ServicePresident Obama and Vice President Biden welcomed the Wounded Warrior Project’s Soldier Ride to the White House in celebration of the eighth-annual Soldier Ride. 
Before meeting the President, all of the riders were presented with President’s Volunteer Service Awards in the White House Map Room by AmeriCorps Director Bill Basl.
We’re looking back at an epic celebration on StorifyIt was quite an event, so we collected some of the stories, posts, and tweets for a Storify slideshow about the 2015 Mayors and County Day of Recognition for National Service. With 2,786 public leaders participating this year, we couldn’t collect everything, but it was fun to see everyone standing tall for service and volunteering.Enjoy!
View the slideshow on the National Service Storify site
Volunteer and Support the New Americans ProjectThe New Americans Project will help promote volunteer opportunities for those interested in helping newcomers adjust to life in the United States and opportunities for newcomers to get involved in their communities through volunteer service. As part of this initiative, the Corporation for National and Community Service will coordinate with U.S.
As a Nation, our greatest resource is our people.  We each have the power to strengthen the fabric of our society and make the world a better place.  Every day, Americans across the country realize this enormous potential through service to others and by giving back to their communities. During National Volunteer Week, we recognize those who embrace a life of active, energetic, and engaged citizenship, and we reaffirm our belief that all people have something to contribute to the American story.This spirit of service is deeply embedded in our culture and vital to our national character.

 

 

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