Plant Your Own Survivor Tree
At the 9/11 Memorial and Museum in New York City, there is a tree that stood in the World Trade Center Plaza on September 11, 2001. After the attacks, rescue workers found it alive…but just barely. Hardworking arborists nurtured it back to health, and now it grows strong in the new Memorial as a symbol of the individuals who were hurt but survived. Plant your own tree to symbolize all of the survivors of 9/11 and the fact that people can overcome difficult circumstances.I’m Ready!
Hero Honor Flag
Create a beautiful flag to give to a hero in your town and to honor the heroes of 9/11. Who has stood up for you or your communities like the real-life superheroes of 9/11 stood up for our country?I’m Ready!
Never Forget 9/11: Love Always Wins
In the book Never Forget 9/11: Love Always Wins, superhero Jayden uses his talent of drawing to create beautiful art that inspires people. Create your own public art with chalk to remind people that, despite challenges and difficult times, love always wins.I’m Ready!
A Salute to 9/11 National Service Project
Join kids across the country in creating a commemorative book honoring the events and heroes of 9/11. Contribute your very own piece of art that will help others remember September 11, 2001, and be inspired to serve their country during times of need.I’m Ready!
Real-life Superheroes stepped up on 9/11 to perform selfless acts of kindness. You can honor their memory and the memory of what they did by completing your own selfless act of kindness in their honor. Explore everyday ways to honor to heroes of 9/11.I’m Ready!