Partnering with Mayor Bloomberg's Cities of Service initiative, ServiceNation has launched Service as a Strategy. Service as a Strategy is a national initiative designed to elevate service as a core strategy for addressing local challenges. The ultimate goal of this initiative is to develop and implement over 100 service strategies that will solve problems in small, medium and large cities nationwide.
For the Edward M. Kennedy Serve America Act Anniversary ServiceNation in conjuction with America Forward and Voices for Nation Service hosted a Leadership Luncheon and Solution Sessions. The Luncheon included speakers Cokie Roberts, and a keynote by Patrick Corvington, CEO of the Corporation for National Community Service, the federal agency implementing the Serve America Act. Following the luncheon, ServiceNation, America Forward, Voices for National Service, and Reimagining Service hosted a series of Solution Sessions with Luncheon attendees that engaged a dialogue about progress that has been made through the Serve America Act.
Mission Serve's “Veterans Day 2010: A Call to Service” initiative was designed to help all Americans answer the question, “how can I personally support and engage our veterans and military families?” Thanks to the efforts of our team and our partners, there are now more than 2,200 military-connected volunteer opportunities available to Americans across all 50 states that can be found online by entering your zip code into MissionServe.org or Serve.gov. This is up from 463 opportunities that were searchable as of August 2010. Read the Executive Summary. Photos.