Yes. More than 44,000 people of all ages and backgrounds are helping to solve problems and strengthen communities through 68 national service projects across Mississippi. Serving through local nonprofits, schools, religious organizations, and other groups, these citizens tutor and mentor children, coordinate after-school programs, build homes, organize neighborhood watch groups, clean parks, recruit volunteers, and accomplish other things to improve communities. For more information, visit the Mississippi Commission for Volunteer Service (MCVS) website.
This website is supported by funds from the Corporation for National and Community Service through the Mississippi Commission for Volunteer Service for the America Reads - Mississippi AmeriCorps Program administered by the Mississippi Institutions of Higher Learning, Office of Academic Affairs and its partners, under AmeriCorps Grant No. #15ACHMS0010010/CFDA No.94.006.