Tuesday, April 4 2017 is the 5th annual Mayor's Day of Service Recognition. The Mayor’s Day of Service Recognition is an opportunity to spotlight the key role that service plays in solving local problems and challenges. This day will highlight the impact of community service, feature the work of nonprofit and national service groups, and inspire more Philadelphians to serve in their communities.
Finalists and winners for the Mayor's Service Awards will be recognized at an Award Ceremony in City Hall Courtyard at 9:30 am. This event is free and open to the public. To register please go to this Eventbrite link.
The Philadelphia Mayor’s Day of Service Recognition is a part of a national effort led by the National League of Cities, National Association of Counties, Cities of Service and the Corporation for National and Community Service. On this day, mayors and county officials will hold public events and use traditional and social media to highlight the value of national service to the nation’s cities and counties. In 2016, 3,539 elected officials representing more than 178 million Americans participated in the fourth-annual Mayor and County Recognition Day for National Service.