Monetary Donations

We at Adam’s Angels pride ourselves on the fact that we still do not accept monetary donations.

Having said that, Adam’s Angels fully supports the work of the following non-profit programs created by 9/11 Family Members and hope that you will consider supporting them.

One of Adam’s Angels, Ellen Saracini, widow of United Flight 175 Captain Victor Saracini and her community are creating a 9/11 Memorial Garden in memory of the 17 Bucks County, Pennsylvania residents lost on September 11th. They need your help! See: for donation information.

Brian’s Fund, in memory of firefighter Brian E. Sweeney. Their mission is different from other 9/11 memorial funds. Brian’s Fund a not-for-profit organization that helps technology dependent children. These are children that are disabled, coupled with complex health care needs. Please visit the website for Brian’s Fund at for more information, to purchase a Brian E. Sweeney memorial t-shirt or to donate (if you do make a donation, please mention Adam’s Angels either in a note or as a memo on the check).

Voices of September 11th, was co-founded by Mary Fetchet, a good friend to Adam’s Angels. Voices was established informally in October, 2001, in order to provide victims’ families with up-to-date information on programs, resources, services and related events. Voices’ mission has since evolved to include a community-based program to assist families and extended families. Using the experience of the Oklahoma City bombing on its community, Voices works to address the long-term mental health issues of depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress and risk of suicide. Because of the increasing demand of services, Voices of September 11th Secured a 501(c)3, non-profit status and opened an office in New Canaan, Connecticut. The ongoing mandate is to act as a clearinghouse of information for the 9/11 families by maintaining a website, distributing newsletters and conducting outreach programs. As an advocacy group on behalf of 9/11 families, Voices will communicate with public officials and other agencies regarding the World Trade Center Memorial, annual commemorative events and other issues. As a community based organization, Voices provides support groups, bereavement groups, education, outreach, mental health assessments and referrals and related workshops. It is participating in Columbia University’s 3 year World Trade Center Evacuation as an advisory board member. To learn more about Voices or to make a donation to support their work, please visit: