West Virginia

Governor Justice Encourages West Virginians to Help Their Communities for Day to Serve 2020

West Virginia Day to Serve awarded Outstanding Leadership award

West Virginia started its “Day to Serve” campaign by awarding outstanding West Virginia volunteers efforts for individuals and groups on the state capitol grounds , in the beautiful state cultural center. Over 300 people in attendance at the banquet and each person in attendance was challenged to participate in a Day to Serve project this month. The West Virginia Day to Serve organization was awarded one of the outstanding leadership awards. Way to go West Virginia !

West Virginia issues a proclamation for Day to Serve 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!

West Virginia Proclamation 2017

Governor Tomblin issues Day to Serve proclamation for 2016

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!

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Governor Tomblin issues Day to Serve Proclamation for 2015

Continuing many years of strong support from West Virginia, Governor Tomblin issues a new proclamation for 2015 recognizing Day to Serve. In the proclamation, Gov. Tomblin encourages West Virginians to find ways to serve each other and build up their communities this year through donations of time and talent to the many service opportunities that make up Day to Serve.

We appreciate the unwavering support of Governor Tomblin and his office, as well as the many hundreds of volunteers in West Virginia, that work each year to make Day to Serve a great opportunity for the area.

A Note from Gov. Tomblin

By volunteering in our communities, we have the opportunity to give back to our friends and neighbors while preserving our state's longstanding tradition of neighbor helping neighbor and community spirit. Through our collective efforts and by sharing our time and talents with others, we can strengthen our hometowns and ensure a brighter future for West Virginia." - Governor Earl Tomblin

A Day to Serve Proclamation from Governor Earl Ray Tomblin for 2014