Submitted by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 

Twenty-one years ago, 2,977 people lost their lives during the attack on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. Every year on 9/11, we honor their memory by giving back to our communities through our actions on the National Day of Service and Remembrance. Each of us plays an irreplaceable part in our neighborhoods, our workplaces, and our families.

Join a service project on on September 11, 2022, to help make the world a brighter place. a free website has several service opportunities in Lake County.  For example, Michelle Neil is sponsoring the Blanket Project in Clermont. Volunteers make handmade blankets for survivors of domestic violence.

Volunteering is a great way to connect with others and give back to our communities. Register for a service project on to show your love and support on September 11, National Day of Service and Remembrance. A free website and app,, has been launched to help match volunteers with non-profit organizations to unify and strengthen the Lake County community.

Signing up to volunteer is easy through or the free app for Android and Apple devices.

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