Strength to Strength, bringing together victims of terrorism and their families around the world, through a wide variety of recreational and therapeutic programs and events.
419 Outreach Inc, 4-19-1995. Outreach, Education and Helping Mitigate the Effects of Terrorism in Oklahoma and Around the World.
Oklahoma City National Memorial And Museum, created to honor those who were killed, those who survived and those changed forever by the 1995 bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City. The Memorial and Museum are dedicated to educating visitors about the impact of violence, informing about events surrounding the bombing, and inspiring hope and healing through lessons learned by those affected.
ArtAid, an arts organization that gives artists an opportunity to contribute their work to support charitable causes. Commissions normally taken by galleries and collectors go directly into fundraising programs and charities that most need the support. It is also intended to give artists a socially responsible means to make a living.
Tribute WTC Visitor Center, offers a place where members of the September 11th community can connect with the thousands of visitors who come to Ground Zero daily. Through walking tours, exhibits and programs, Tribute WTC Visitor Center offers “Person to Person” History, linking those that need to understand and appreciate these historic events with those that experienced them. The Center will remain in place until the permanent WTC Memorial and Museum are completed.
MyGoodDeed, the official Web site of One Day's Pay Inc., a 501c3 nonprofit public benefit corporation that was founded in 2002 to honor the victims, family members, and survivors of the attacks on America, as well as the rescue and recovery workers and the thousands of volunteers who gave so much on and following September 11. We pay tribute to them by working to establish September 11 as a National Day of Voluntary Service, Charity and Good Deeds, and by encouraging individuals, employers and groups to perform good deeds during the week of September 11 each year. One Day's Pay is not affiliated with any charity or organization. Their mission is to support all worthy causes. People and organizations that make pledges on their site will not be called or solicited in any way. It is entirely up to each individual or group to investigate their own opportunities, to decide what they want to do and to plan their own activities.
NY Writers Coalition Inc. (NYWC) provides free and low-cost creative writing workshops throughout New York City for people from groups that have been historically deprived of voice in our society. We also publish our workshop participants' writing and organize public readings of their work. Writing with others in an atmosphere of respect and acceptance, participants discover the value of their own stories, gain confidence and a stronger sense of self and become less isolated from themselves and from society. By creating a community of writers and leaders from diverse backgrounds, we galvanize the voices of the marginalized and create opportunities for all writers to connect with the larger community. NYWC's goal is to
create an inclusive city, one that is aware of the diversity of voices within it and honors the lives of all of its citizens.
Marriott World Trade Center Survivors Site, offers information about the hotel, the resources, and any other relevant information pertaining to September 11. The other goal is to provide a forum for personal communication between survivors, to share stories, and have a support system in place to continue the healing process.
Comfort & Renew Center hosted by the Lutheran Disaster Response of New York. The WTC Survivors' Network is very pleased to become the latest organization to join The Comfort & Renew Center hosted by the Lutheran Disaster Response of New York. With this not only do we have a new address, but we join very diverse and distinguished organizations in their continued support and response to the needs of those affected by September 11 now and for years to come. For more information, please visit http://www.ldrny.org/
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