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9/11 heroes continue the work

On September 11, 2001, America learned a lot about heroism. In the midst
of that day’s chaos and devastation, we saw the very best of humankind
as regular citizens and emergency services personnel risked their lives to
save others. On this tenth anniversary of 9/11, let’s remember those who
were lost, the heroes who tried to save them, and those who work today to
keep resources available for survivors and for the families of victims.
A concrete way to recognize the work of those emergency services departments, humanitarian
foundations, and non-profit organizations who
are part of the “September 11 family” is to
make a donation to one of them. Some of
these organizations are partially government funded, such as the 9-11 Healing
and Remembrance program, which
offers mental health support to survivors and
their families. But dozens of others depend on
donations and grants to keep going.
One of them is the World Trade Center
Survivors’ Network. This organization
is entirely staffed by volunteers, many
of them survivors of the NYC attack.
Another is September’s Mission, a
non-profit organization that is committed to raising an endowment fund
to support educational and cultural
outreach at the National September 11
Memorial, located at Ground Zero.

Many of the organizations
that advocate for resources for survivors and
victims’ families rely on
donations to keep going.

In the spirit of action and volunteerism, the 9/11 non-profit organization
MyGoodDeed is promoting the federally decreed September 11 National Day of
Service. On what is expected to be the biggest
day of service in the nation’s history, the group suggests that if every American donates
some time and resources on the anniversary day, we can transform our bitterness at what
was taken away from us into goodwill and help for each other. As David Paine, president
and co-founder of MyGoodDeed puts it, “September 11 is our day, not theirs.”

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