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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In the face of a difficult year that has included one of the deadliest flash flood events in the nation, West Virginians continue to pull together to serve each other. This amazing spirit of service and brotherhood echoes through the service events being planned in West Virginia this year as part of Day to Serve. We appreciate Governor Tomblin and the people of West Virginia for the support of Day to Serve and we honor and admire the many acts of service there which inspire us!

 

The District of Columbia is at the heart of Day to Serve. We are amazed at the generosity of DC citizens in giving of their time and talents to make their communities better each year during Day to Serve. Mayor Bowser's strong support for Day to Serve continues this year as she issues a proclamation recognizing Day to Serve and calling upon DC citizens to get involved!