Mayor's Day of National Service Recognition - April 4

Every day, in cities and counties across America, national service is tackling tough problems and strengthening communities. On April 4th, mayors across the country will thank those who serve and recognize their impact on the Mayor and County Recognition Day for National Service. Last year over 3,500 mayors and county officials representing nearly 175 million Americans participated in this day!

The nation's cities and counties are increasingly turning to national service as a cost-effective strategy to address local challenges. By unleashing the power of citizens, AmeriCorps and Senior Corps programs have a positive and lasting impact, making our communities better places to live. The initiative is being led by the National League of Cities, National Association of Counties, Cities of Service, and the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS).

Your participation can spotlight the importance of citizen engagement, recognize the dedication of national service members, and inspire more residents to get involved in their communities. Communication and media outreach are key to the success of this effort. A communications toolkit has been put together to help easily plan events and reach out to the media.

Sign up as a supporter for the Mayor's Day of National Service Recognition

Click here to view the full communications toolkit.

Click here to view a summary of Arizona service.

Click here to view the Mayor's Day of National Service Recognition Fact Sheet.

Click here to view the Arizona At-a-Glance Report from CNCS.

League of Arizona Cities and Towns
1820 W. Washington St.
Phoenix, AZ  85007
Phone: 602-258-5786
Fax: 602-253-3874

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