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This year’s Mason Nation 9/11 Day of Service is designed to allow for flexibility and encourages staff to take engage in service as they are able to. We realize schedules are very busy and complex, so we are offering several different service projects for everyone to participate in virtually on their own time as well as having in-person opportunities. This year’s service projects are also designed to allow for family and friends to participate in as well. We are also excited to share that we have partnered with military veteran, Ben King from Armor Down to host a virtual morning mindfulness and meditation session.

We do ask that you RSVP for a service project (feel free to RSVP for more than 1) so we can track where our service and outreach is taking place. If you would like to participate in our Mason Nation 9/11 Day of Service Social Media Campaign to track our service, please use #masongivesback when posting and sharing photos.

We hope you will be able to join us! – Registration for the Mason Nation 9/11 Day of Service will open in late August 2022.

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The 10th Annual Mason Nation 9/11 Day of Service will take place on Friday, September 9, 2022
More information regarding the 2022 Mason Nation 9/11 Day of Service will be available in early August


The 10th Annual Mason Nation 9/11 Day of Service will take place on Friday, September 9, 2022. We encourage ALL Mason students, faculty, staff, and alumni to participate!

We are pleased to share with you that this year’s Mason Nation 9/11 Day of Service is scheduled for Friday, September 9, 2022. A variety of service projects will be available for students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community members to choose from and participate in.


As a result of participation in the 2022 Mason Nation 9/11 Day of Service, participants will have a chance to:

  • Recognize the value of an individual’s contribution to our community’s effort towards positive social change.
  • Engage and participate in service projects to support our community
  • Describe at least one way that they can promote positive social change within an organization or in society in general
  • Participate in active self-reflection regarding one’s own leadership and how they use their experience to contribute to positive change