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Charity Turns 9/11 Anniversary Into Day of Service, Not Sadness

Jay Winuk started the 9/11 Day charity to honor his brother, who died in the terror attacks 17 years ago, and to make the anniversary about service and civic engagement, instead of just solemn remembrance. This year, volunteers are organizing food drives for people in the path of Hurricane Florence....

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Jay Winuk started the 9/11 Day charity to honor his brother, who died in the terror attacks 17 years ago, and to make the anniversary about service and civic engagement, instead of just solemn remembrance. This year, volunteers are organizing food drives for people in the path of Hurricane Florence. (Credit: CHEDDAR)