West Virginia Proclamation 2017

Governer Justice continues an outstanding tradition of service by issuing a proclamation for Day to Serve 2017 urging West Virginians to volunteer service to their communities this September 9th through October 10th. West Virginian's set a great example to take care of each other though service. We are excited to see what all West Virginia will accomplish this year for Day to Serve!


First Lady McAuliffe at Feed More

September 30, 2016 - Richmond, VA

First Lady Dorothy McAuliffe visisted the Richmond Feed More food bank to receive a large food donation from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The donation provided approxmiately 17,000 meals to Virginia familes.

Notable guests and speakers included:

  • Tim McDermott, Chief Development Officer, Feed More
  • Brooks Baltich, President of the Midlothian Stake of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
  • Margaret Schultze, Virginia Commissioner of Social Services
  • First Lady Dorothy McAuliffe...
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Governor Larry Hogan Announces Day to Serve Initiative in Maryland
All State Employees to Be Given Four Hours to Volunteer

ANNAPOLIS, MD – Governor Larry Hogan today announced Maryland's Day to Serve Initiative, which gives all state employees four consecutive hours of paid leave to take part in a volunteer activity of their choice at any time from September 10 to October 10. As part of Day to Serve, Governor Hogan will be attending the...

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