With Lead Support from the Rockefeller Foundation, Cities of Service to Support Full-Time Chief Service Officers in Select Cities and Provide Other...
With Lead Support from the Rockefeller Foundation, Cities of Service to Support Full-Time Chief Service Officers in Select Cities and Provide Other Support to Mayors
Mayors Join Entertainment Industry Foundation and Stars for Times Square Launch of I PARTICIPATE Campaign
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg today was joined by mayors from 16 cities across the country to launch Cities of Service, a bipartisan coalition of mayors representing more than 20 million Americans, who will work together to engage millions more volunteers in service. The founding mayors met for a half-day summit at Gracie Mansion where they signed a Declaration of Service, a commitment to finding new ways to tap the power of volunteers to address each city’s most pressing challenges. The coalition will share strategies on how best to engage citizens at the local level, and it will provide a platform for the mayors to make their voices heard – and their priorities known – in Washington. The coalition will utilize lead support from the Rockefeller Foundation to provide technical assistance and other support to member mayors, including funding full-time Chief Service Officers in select cities to develop and implement comprehensive service programs.
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