Local & National Service

A commitment to public service is at the core of Mike Bloomberg's values, both personally and professionally. Throughout his career in the private sector and during his time in government, philanthropy, service and community activism have been integral parts of his worldview and his day-to-day actions.

Related Information
Mike Bloomberg Addresses Third Graduating Class of NYC Civic Corps
Jun. 25, 2012 NYC.gov
Over the past 10 months, NYC Civic Corps members worked to create sustainable volunteer management structures within nonprofits.
Cities of Service Launches New $2 Million Impact Volunteering Fund
Jun. 17, 2012 CitiesofService.org
The Cities of Service Impact Volunteering Fund is a $2 million fund administered by Cities of Service and funded by Bloomberg Philanthropies to help cities use impact volunteering to tackle pressing local challenges. Grant sizes will range from $25,000 to $100,000 with larger amounts reserved for cities with multiple initiatives.
Cities of Service Mayors In Urge Peers to Support Impact Volunteering
Jan. 18, 2012 MikeBloomberg.com
Mayor Bloomberg and twenty other mayors are urging their peers across the nation to implement the Cities of Service impact volunteering model and create or retain a Chief Service officer position in their administrations.
Half a Million NYC Students Performed Service Projects in Past Year
Jun. 29, 2011 NYC.gov
More than half a million New York City public schools students have performed over 7,000 unique service projects this year to improve their communities as a part of Service in Schools, an initiative of NYC Service and the Department of Education.
Mayor Bloomberg Honors Graduates of NYC Civic Corps Class of 2011
Jun. 27, 2011 NYC.gov
Mayor Bloomberg today delivered remarks at the graduation ceremony of the City’s second NYC Civic Corps class – a specially trained group of AmeriCorps members who work at nonprofit organizations and City agencies to help increase the number of volunteers they can utilize and serve a greater number of New Yorkers in need.
See climate change progress & actions being made by cities around the world in the @C40cities #CitiesChat on 9/2: http://t.co/WRk8P11DDq
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