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									Dear PSA Director,

America’s story is the story of volunteers—everyday citizens who step forward to
change lives and strengthen our nation.

Volunteers are the lifeblood of our schools and shelters, hospitals and hotlines,
non-profits and community groups. By tutoring a child, reaching out to a
veteran, or feeding the hungry, volunteers provide hope and help where it’s
needed most.

Today’s economic and social problems require a new generation of service. Far too
many Americans face poverty, homelessness, and hunger. Half the students in our
inner cities don’t graduate from high school, and 15 million children need mentors.

This PSA is the story of Americans — from every walk of life and every age
— who have stepped up to be a part of the solution. They have built homes,
reconnected families, mentored kids and transformed their own lives. The
PSA, set in iconic American settings — the Statue of Liberty, the St. Louis Arch,
Seattle’s Space Needle and Yosemite National Park — features volunteers
telling their own stories about the power of service to change lives and make
communities stronger. The PSA concludes with President Obama calling upon
every American to make service part of their daily lives.

My American Story is part of United We Serve, President Obama’s call to all
Americans to volunteer in their communities. United We Serve recognizes that
our nation’s progress and prosperity depend on the active involvement of citizens.
Everyone has the power to make a difference and all of us should try.

By putting this PSA into rotation, you can help viewers make their lives richer, their
country stronger and connect their personal story to the greater American story.
For more information, contact jaker@cns.gov.

Thanks for your consideration.

                                    Track Listing
:60 | :30 Localized My American Story               :60 | :30 | :15 My American Story
:60 | :30 Localized My American Story Español       :60 | :30 | :15 My American Story Español
:60 | :30 | :15 Are You With Me? - Featuring Jon Bon Jovi
My American Story :60 (:30 | :15 also included)
No Expiration Date.




President Obama: There’s always a moment. The moment you decide to get
                      involved, to get engaged.
Collection of Voices: This is My American Story.
Artisha Mann:         When you teach someone to read they have a sense
                      of self-fulfillment.
Antoine Evans:        Seeing family, friends fall victim to gang violence, drugs
                      it definitely made me want to serve.




Carmelita Limas: There was a hole in the ground and by the time we left,
                 there was a house.
Edna Sadberry:   I realized that these kids were not getting a meal.
Megan Mastasche: It is so easy to give back.
Alan Siedel:     I don’t have a lot of money to help people but I do have
                 something — I have time.
Megan Mastasche: You can give any skill you have.




Tamara Anthony: Get up and do something!
Alissa Silverstein: Just imagine how strong a society we could be.
President Obama: Every one of us has a role to play in making our communities
            and our country stronger. Discover yours — help us continue to make
            a difference in the life of our nation. Go to serve dot gov and find
            the opportunity that works for you. This message is brought to you
            by the Corporation for National and Community Service.
My American Story :60 (:30 | :15 también se incluyen)
Sin Fecha de Caducidad.




President Obama: There’s always a moment. The moment you decide to get
                      involved, to get engaged.
Collection of Voices: Esta es mi historia americana.
Artisha Mann:         Cuando le enseñas a leer a alguien, de repente se
                      siente realizado.
Antoine Evans:        Ver a familiares y amigos caer víctimas de la violencia de
                      pandillas y drogas me motivó a querer servir.




Carmelita Limas: Había un hoyo en el suelo y ya para cuando nos fuímos,
                 había una casa.
Edna Sadberry:   Me dí cuenta que estos niños no recibían comida.
Megan Mastasche: Es tan fácil dar de regreso.
Alan Siedel:     No tengo mucho dinero para ayudar a la gente pero lo sí
                 que tengo es tiempo.
Megan Mastasche: Dona la destreza que tengas.




Tamara Anthony: ¡Levántate y haz algo!
Alissa Silverstein: Imagínate lo fuerte que podemos ser como sociedad.
President Obama: Every one of us has a role to play in making our communities
            and our country stronger. Discover yours — help us continue to make
            a difference in the life of our nation. Go to serve dot gov and find
            the opportunity that works for you. This message is brought to you
            by the Corporation for National and Community Service.
Are You With Me? :60 TV PSAs featuring Jon Bon Jovi
(:30 | :15 also included) Expires: February 2017




Jon Bon Jovi:
I’m a big believer…in the power of WE.




We can tackle the tough challenges we face and build community through
service and volunteering.




The reality is — we’re all in this together.

It’s time for you to raise your hand, go to SERVE.gov and get involved in
something YOU believe in.




                                   Are you with me?
                          Corporation for National and Community Service
                  1201 New York Avenue • NW • Washington, DC 20525 • SERVE.gov
        For more information, contact Jacqueline Aker at 202-606-6722, or e-mail jaker@cns.gov
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