Safety and Security
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National Service Hotline
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Segal AmeriCorps Education Award
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AmeriCorps Seniors Pledge
I will get things done for America – to make our people safer, smarter, and healthier.
When faced with a pressing challenge, I will bring Americans of all generations together to strengthen our communities.
When faced with children at risk, I will help them stay in school and on track for a brighter future.
When faced with older adults in need, I will provide support and compassion so they may age with grace and dignity.
Working for the greatest good, I will use my lifetime of experiences to improve my country, my community, and myself through service.
I am an AmeriCorps Seniors volunteer, and I will get things done.
Every AmeriCorps experience tells a story
In 2010, Dolores and Martin almost missed the Volunteer Appreciation Tea because they had to finish volunteering at the hospital before they attended.