|National Day of Service – Community Resilience
||During even the most difficult of times, Americans have shown amazing fortitude in the face of adversity. From our brave first responders to our selfless rescue workers, we are a nation of strength and resilience. In the midst of natural and man-made disasters, Americans have been moved time and time again to support their fellow citizens, rebuilding homes and communities.
|National Day of Service – Economic Development
||As the economy revives, Americans are starting their own small businesses, investing in green energy, and rebuilding their communities. With continued job growth, a once-again thriving auto industry, and expanded investments in the American worker, the communities across the country demonstrate their ability to overcome adversity.
|National Day of Service – Education
||A good education cannot be a luxury. It’s an economic and moral imperative that serves as a gateway to good-paying jobs, a strong middle class, and a workforce that out-innovates the world. Preparing the next generation for success begins at home, but our schools, as well as after-school and mentorship programs, also play a vital role in preparing our kids with the skills and knowledge they need.
|National Day of Service – Environment
||We do not need to choose between a strong economy and safeguarding our world for the next generation. Caring for our planet is a sacred responsibility shared by all.
|National Day of Service – Faith
||For countless Americans, faith serves as their guide to do good, to serve as their brother’s keeper, to recognize that much is expected from those who have been given so much, and to care for those in need.
|National Day of Service – Health
||A healthy country is a strong country. Whether exercising with neighbors or donating time to a medical facility, Americans are reclaiming a healthy lifestyle and taking control of their futures.
|National Day of Service – Veterans and Military Families
||We have a sacred trust with those who serve our nation. It's a commitment that begins when they take their oath, and it must never end – we owe our veterans and their families the care they were promised and the embrace they have earned.