United in Service: Honoring 9/11

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A GENERATION OF VETERANS ANSWERED THE CALL

The attacks of September 11, 2001 sparked millions of Americans into service. Many felt compelled to join the United States Military. Now, 21 years later, the majority of those brave and patriotic Americans are veterans. And many of these veterans still have a desire to serve this country, and they have been empowered to do so right here at The Mission Continues.

With the help of dedicated community partners, selfless sponsors, and volunteers from every corner of this nation, our veterans are honoring 9/11 by continuing to serve right here at home. And through this service, these veterans are finding purpose, connectedness, and growth while assisting our country’s under-resourced communities.

This year, the work continues, and our veterans are choosing to report for duty in our communities. The mission is clear, and we need you to join us, United In Service, this September.  

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Stories of Enduring Service

Stories of Enduring Service Rogelio Villa: Meaning and Purpose In Our Hearts and Hands National
Stories of Enduring Service Josue Guerrero: Moving Forward Together National
Stories of Enduring Service Chris Marvin: Shifting the Narrative from Victim to Leader National