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Message from the Director ...


  Mary Fetchet, VOICES Director  

On September 11, 2001 nearly 3,000 innocent people died in the most devastating terrorist attack upon our country. For the families and friends of those lost on 9/11, commemorating their lives in a meaningful way ensures that their memory will live on for future generations.

Scout Surge is a wonderful way to teach the nation's youth about our loved ones and the events of 9/11, so that future generations will "Always Remember.

I hope you will visit the
9/11 Living Memorial Project to learn about the lives of these amazing people and the wonderful foundations and memorials that were created in their memory. Take a moment to write a remembrance in their personal guestbook.

Today, with the use of Facebook and Youtube, you have an opportunity to join your friends at September 11th commemorative events around the country - visit our interactive map to find a 9/11 Memorial in your community.

In the days following 9/11, people of all ages came together as one in communities around our country. Join the Surge and show your patriotism by participating in a Day of Remembrance in your community. With your help we will Always Remember!

Mary A. Fetchet
Founding Director

Scout Surge 9/11


Honor the Events of September 11, 2001


Scout Surge

The Boy Scouts of America
has joined with
VOICES of September 11th and
the Flag of Honor Project
to provide one amazing opportunity for today's Scouts to learn about the events of 9/11 that changed America's history.

Living Memorial Collage

9/11 Living Memorial Project


Visit the 9/11 Living Memorial to learn about each of the nearly 3,000 who lost their lives
on 9/11 and stories of rescue workers and survivors. The archive includes photographs, written materials, mementos and a guestbook to write messages in honor of those who died.

John Marchiletti and Mayor Rudy Guilini with a Flag of Honor

Fly the Flag of Honor


When you own a Flag of Honor, you can feel proud to fly the flag that was designed to honor the memory of the victims of 9/11 and forever connect them to all of America.

NYPD Memorial

Visit Memorials that Honor the Memory of 9/11


Visit VOICES 9/11 Memorial site to learn about the hundreds of memorials that were built around the country to honor the lives of those who died. Participate in a September 11th commemorative event at a 9/11 Memorial in your local community.

Interactive Flash Map of 9/11 Memorial Sites

9/11 Memorial Map


Want to be a part of this important project? Your troop can add 9/11 Memorial Sites to our interactive map. Click here to see the map and find out how your troop can get involved.