9/11 Volunteer Opportunities in Your Area
In honor of September 11th National Day of Service and Remembrance, thousands of people across the country will commit to a day or more of service to commemorate the events of September 11. First launched in 2002, the effort was established to inspire an annual tradition of engaging in charitable service as tribute to the victims, survivors and those who served in the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks. Taylor Morrison invites you to find opportunities to help in your own community and become part of this honorable tradition.
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Charlotte |Annual Charlotte Run For The Warriors
Commit today to volunteer at this annual run on, in support of Hope For The Warriors. All proceeds go to this non-profit’s programs for 9/11 service members, their families and the families of the fallen.
Raleigh | Help Behind the Scenes at Marbles
This opportunity is especially close to our new homes in Fort Mill, SC, in the community of Waterside at Catawba. The Nation Ford Land Trust needs volunteers through October 15, 2017 to help clean trails.
Help with maintenance or mural painting on September 9, 2017 at My Warriors Place, a retreat center for veterans. You can honor our fallen heroes by maintaining a safe place for their families and loved ones to grieve.
Volunteer for the Lake Baldwin VA Clinic’s monthly mobile distribution of food to veterans in Orlando. The group distributes healthy groceries to over 200 families in one day. Organizers, leaders, sorters, greeters and other volunteers are needed.
The world-class botanical garden is looking for volunteers to help out as guides and in the greenhouse, botany department, gift shop and welcome center. It is geared for volunteers 50+ and requires physical ability.
This organization has three locations and they need help with sorting, placing items on the sales floor, sales assistance and more. In particular they could use help with handyman work, painting and cleaning.
Join Houston’s 5 platoons to do a variety of maintenance projects for KIPP Dream. Gardening, woodworking and carpentry skills are needed.
Volunteers are needed up until and on September 9th to help plan and execute the 9/11 Heroes Run benefitting the Travis Manion Foundation and Dickey’s Barbecue’s Barbecue, Boots & Badges Foundation.
The 16th Annual Freedom Day event will focus on Whitney Young Elementary to conduct a school supply and uniform drive and build outdoor classrooms, tree benches and more.
Bring the whole family for projects lead by veteran volunteers and to honor lives lost and forever changed by the events of 9/11 in a small dedication. This is work in preparation for the group’s scheduled September 11th event.
Love horses? Equine Assisted Services treats veterans and first responders who experienced a critical incident in the line of duty. The organization needs help with feeding, stall cleaning and grooming.
Located near many of our new homes in the Bay Area, such as Ivy Oak in Dublin, the Dublin Senior Center needs help preparing and serving lunch to their patrons. This is a particularly good position for someone with only a small amount of time to spare.
You can help improve the lives of seniors by socializing, being a companion and providing daily assistance at Community Centers
Greet and serve refreshments to volunteer blood donors and monitor the donor lounge. If you enjoy friendly interactions with others, this position is for you.
Team up with this group to help beautify the blacktop at Thorman Elementary School by creating colorful paint designs.
On September 9th spend the day at Gilliam Family Park and Community Garden. San Diego 1st and 2nd Platoons are partnering with BAME Renaissance Community Development Corporation for this event.
These are just a few of the volunteer opportunities available, but many more projects could use your help. To find additional ways to volunteer, go to allforgood.org and add your zip code to search. Join Taylor Morrison in honoring the victims and heroes of 9/11 by volunteering with veteran’s organizations or other groups that need our help.