9/11 National Day of Service and Remembrance is an opportunity for youth to get involved in meaningful service opportunities. Schools, churches, and community organizations work to plan events as a way to create awareness about the history of what our country went through on September 11, 2001.

Planning a service project that is engaging and meaningful can be challenging and time consuming. There are a lot of steps that are involved in the process.

One of our specialties at Project Stella Resources is helping schools, families, and community organizations plan these projects.

Some projects you could plan include:

  • Appreciation Bags for First Responders
  • Pinwheel Project
  • Disaster Preparedness Kits
  • Thank you Placemats for Firemen
  • Plants for Veterans
  • AudioBooks for Veterans
  • Game Night Kits for Military Families
  • No-Sew Blankets for Crisis Centers
  • And more…

You can now have access to our FREE Ebook: 10 Service Projects for Kids for 9/11 National Day of Service and Remembrance.  It is available as part of the FREE Preview of our course The Complete Guide for Student Leaders to Plan Service Projects.

How to get access to the Ebook – NO COST TO YOU

  • Go to the course link
  • Click “Free Preview”
  • Create an Account
  • Scroll through Preview – you will get access to Ebook and A LOT more!

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