Day to Serve began in 2012 as a collaboration between the governors of Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia and the mayor of the District of Columbia. The event unites people of all faiths, races, cultures and backgrounds with the shared goal of helping those in need and improving communities where we live through service projects.
Boy Scouts are invited to participate in National Public Lands Day and give back to the public lands they love.
National Public Lands Day provides an opportunity for Girl Scouts of all ages to improve America’s parks, forests and beaches.
The Children & Nature Network (C&NN) launched the Natural Service Network (NSN) in the Fall of 2010 to bring together individuals, organizations and agencies to inspire, cultivate and nourish a life-long commitment to nature-based play, recreation and the environment -- from neighborhood green spaces to community parks, national parks and other public lands.
National Public Lands Day provides an opportunity for college fraternities to give back and support the public lands on or near campus. The North-American Interfraternity Conference has partnered with NPLD to reach out to fraternities on more than 800 college campuses.