United We Serve

  • Posted on Sep 10, 2010
    More than 1,800 George Washington University students have signed up to participate in the university’s 2010 Freshman Day of Service, which for the second year will take place on and in conjunction with the 9/11 National Day of Service and Remembrance.
  • Posted on Sep 10, 2010
    This post originally appeared on the HandsOn Blog. Are you willing to be an online ambassador for volunteerism?Will you leverage your social networks to encourage your readers, followers and friends to memorialize the victims, survivors and heroes of the attacks of 9/11 through A National Day of Service and Remembrance? Here are a few ways we can do it: Using Facebook:
  • Posted on Sep 9, 2010
    This post orginially appeared on the HandsOn Blog. Somewhere along the way, we all face tragedy in our lives. Few are spared. People handle tragedies, though, in different ways. I often marveled at but was somewhat puzzled by those who found ways to turn personal tragedy into something positive. But now I understand.
  • Posted on Sep 8, 2010
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  • Posted on Aug 27, 2010
    This April, the Central Park Recreation Center in Atlanta was uninhabited and in disarray. Light fixtures were hanging from the ceiling, the Center had a stale smell, and brown water trickled from the faucets. Now, thanks to a partnership between Operation REACH's Gulfsouth Youth Action Corps and the City of Atlanta, the Center has reopened its doors to the community.
  • Posted on Aug 11, 2010
    Ed Note: This blog is cross-posted from the White House Blog. Having the Super Bowl Champion New Orleans Saints here at the White House this morning, there was a sense of hope and almost lightheartedness – nobody forgot that Louisiana is still in the midst of yet another tragedy, but it was reminder that New Orleans and the rest of the Gulf Coast has seen the worst before and come out fighting.
  • Posted on Aug 5, 2010
  • Posted on Aug 4, 2010
    Today, President Barack Obama will announce the recipients of the 2010 Presidential Citizens Medal – and you can watch it live from the White House website. For over 40 years, the Presidential Citizens Medal has recognized Americans who have "performed exemplary deeds of service for their country or their fellow citizens." Past recipients have included some of America's most respected public figures but also everyday heroes - united by an unwavering commitment to service. The Medal is among the highest honors a civilian can receive.


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