The goal of 9​/11 Day and the Good Deed Challenge ​is to keep alive the spirit of unity and compassion that arose in the immediate aftermath of the 9/11 attacks, providing a positive, helpful way for people to annually remember and pay tribute to the 9/11 victims, and honor those that rose in service in response to the attacks.

Hope Was Born on 9/11

Step 1:

Pledge a Good Deed!

Describe your good deed. What do you want to do? Commit to doing your good deed on 9/11.
Step 2:

Dedicate Your Deed!

If you’d like to, dedicate your compassionate action to someone you care about.
Step 3:

Invite 3 Friends!

Pass the light of compassion by inviting 3 friends to also make this pledge for their own good deed!
Step 4:

Share Your Pledge!

Share your experiences on the Compassion Report Map to inspire others!

The Compassion Report Map

With the Compassion Report Map, you report on your compassionate actions, share inspiring reflections on your experiences and capture the results of your service!

Through these Compassion Reports, we are able to measure and benchmark the collective impact that our actions are having on our world, allowing us to challenge ourselves to be more compassionate than ever before as we build our capacity to bring compassion to life!