September 11th National Day Of Service And Remembrance

national day of service and remembrance
In 2002, the year following the tragic events of September 11th, 2001 a coalition of people (including the loved ones of those who lost their lives that day, organizations, and support groups) worked to bring forth a day of remembrance that would hold profound meaning and longevity. Due to their tireless efforts, congress officially designated September 11th, “The September 11th National Day Of Service and Remembrance.”

The events that unfolded on September 11th, 2001 were devastating and left many people with deep, painful memories that they will carry for the rest of their lives. The numbers of lives lost and forever changed were monumental. Having a day of remembrance has proven to be a positive way for our nation to come together, heal, and make a statement that the lives lost that fateful day were not in vain.

1-800 Charity Cars would like to offer you the following resources to make this day one you can all partake in:

We would like to take a moment to express our gratitude for every person, first responder, military personnel, organization, support group, and non-profit who worked together the day of the tragedy. They have worked to bring aide, comfort, and support to the injured, the fallen, and their loved ones. May our nation continue to heal and work together to make a difference in the lives of those who need it.