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Promote your College Meal Packs for 9/11 Day

911 Day
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HERE’S HOW TO
GET STARTED

9/11 Day

1

Teach students and staff about the importance of 9/11 Day.

Visit the “About Us” section on our website, to learn more about how 9/11 became a National Day of Service, to watch the amazing stories of our 9/11 Day Ambassadors, and more. Share the link with your full campus community!

Distribute our 9/11 Day Lesson Plans to Staff interested in teaching students about the 9/11 National Day of Service, and encouraging good deeds on 9/11.

Teachers

2

Promote your College Meal Packs for 9/11 Day Event
Encourage participation in your 9/11 Day Meal Pack event by tailoring these template promotional materials:

3

Launch an #IWillFor911Day campus campaign
Engage students and staff in pledging and performing their own good deeds on 9/11, and make a public campus-wide commitment to service, using our Step-by-Step #IWillfor9/11DayGuide.

Colleges and Universities

4

Share your impact!
Highlight student good deeds, and collective campus impact, on social platforms tagging @911day and using the hashtags #IWillFor911Day and #FeedtheFunnelFor911Day

6

Draw inspiration from these 9/11 Day “Ambassador Videos”
(Designed for students at the high school-level and above)

Rekindling a spirit of
unity in America

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Will Jimeno

Police officer and 9/11 survivor.

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Cait Leavey

Lost her father, an FDNY firefighter, on 9/11

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Scott Strauss

Police officer and 9/11 rescuer.

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Jay Winuk

Co-founder, 9/11 Day, lost his brother Glenn on 9/11.

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David Paine

Co-founded 9/11 Day to promote unity in America.

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Thomas Howard

Born on September 11, 2001

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