Join us as we honor those lost and those who rose in service after the 9/11 attacks

September 2018 Day of Service and Remembrance

In the days and weeks that followed September 11th 2001, our nation came together in an unprecedented spirit of community and volunteerism. This extraordinary response to the September 11 tragedy solidified the notion that compassion for those in need is a very powerful and unifying force.

HandsOn Santa Clarita kicks off their 9/11 Day of Service and Remembrance with a Volunteer Rally where those who signed up to volunteer at a service project will have the opportunity to turn in their waivers, receive their t-shirt and breakfast, be introduced to their team leader, and participate in a short 9/11 Ceremony.

By participating in 5th Annual HandsOn Santa Clarita’s 9/11 Day of Service and Remembrance individuals can forever remember and pay tribute to the victims of September 11 and honor those that rose in service in response to the attacks. As a way to show our support and gratitude, we ask that you help us serve those who serve us.
Every volunteer receives breakfast and a t-shirt (if registered by August 20th)!

Can't volunteer on September
8th but still want to contribute?
  • We need donations for our military and first responder care packages!  Click here to see a full list of the specific items needed.  You can even drop off a monetary donation of $20 that will cover the cost of producing and mailing a care package!
All items can be dropped of at the location below:
Heritage Sierra Medical Group
25775 McBean Parkway, Suite No. 106
Valencia, CA 91355
9/11 Donation Flyer

Saturday, September 8th, 2018

9/11 Day of Service and Remembrance

Volunteer Kick-Off
*9/11 Ceremony @ 7:30am

Volunteers Needed for Service Projects located at:

  • TBA!!!

*All volunteers MUST pre-register below and attend the kick-off rally in order to
participate at a service project

Volunteer Now Print Volunteer Waiver

“On the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, we pay tribute to the victims and others we wish to honor. It is a fitting and appropriate gift to the many that lost their lives and the countless others who were injured or came to the aid of those in need”