Beneath what was once rumble and ashes in New York City, Arlington, VA and Shanksville, PA lies memories from the events of September 11th (2001). For many people the images of that day can still send shivers through the body. Eleven years later, it’s difficult to let go of the pain and hurt, but only time can heal and strengthen. We’ll never forget. We will remember. In taking steps to heal we can become active participants and make our world a little better. 9/11 Day was designed to do just that.
MyGoodDeed, founded 9/11 Day, as an “international non-profit movement to observe September 11 every year as a day of charitable service and doing good deeds.We created this observance soon after 9/11 to provide a positive way to forever remember and pay tribute to the 9/11 victims, honor those that rose in service in response to the attacks, and remind people of the importance of working more closely together in peace to improve our world. Today millions participate annually by taking time out on 9/11 to help others in need, in their own way.” [Mission of MyGoodDeed]
It doesn’t take much, just say you will. Visit the website 911day.0rg to get ideas and connect with other organizations to honor the lives loss on September 11th through your good deed.
Casually speaking and all the best,