"I Will" Campaign Encourages Good Deeds on 9/11 Anniversary
Tomorrow will be the 11th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.
A charity is encouraging people to do a good deed on 9/11 as a way to honor those who died. It's called
the "I Will" campaign.
The founders of the organization, David Paine and Jay Winuk, who lost his brother on 9/11, spoke about the campaign this morning on Fox and Friends.
"My brother Glenn was a volunteer firefighter and he raced in as a rescuer," said Winuk. "He lived his life and died in service to other people and so, to encourage people to do good deeds in service on 9/11 all over the world, is very meaningful to me."
For more on the "I Will" campaign, visit 911day.org.
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