This year marks the 17th anniversary of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, and The Mission Continues is issuing a call to serve and stand UNITED.
Mission Continues Service Platoons nationwide are organizing service projects for veterans and local volunteers to come together, make a difference in their community, and remember those who served and sacrificed in the wake of 9/11.
El Paso 1st Platoon, led by Joel Carbajal, is honoring this day by serving at Bowie High School! United by the common bond of service, volunteers will tackle projects aimed at making this community stronger.
- Build a Chicken Coop - Build Deck for Tool Shed
What To Wear :
Loose Fitting Comfortable Clothes Closed Toe Shoes TMC Gear
What To Bring :
Veterans Neighbors Friends Family Water Bottle Sunscreen
Parking on Site
Inclement Weather Plan :
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Certain host organizations, such as schools, may prohibit volunteers with certain types of criminal convictions from participating in a service project. Accordingly, The Mission Continues is requesting your consent to conduct a criminal background check in the event that your Platoon is engaging in a service project with a host organization that requires a criminal background check. By checking the box below, you authorize The Mission Continues to conduct a criminal background check.
If such a background check is required, it will be completed and used in accordance with applicable law. The Mission Continues does not automatically disqualify persons from Platoons based on criminal convictions. We want as many people as possible to have the opportunity to move forward in their lives through service, at the same time that we seek to protect the communities we serve together.