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: http://www.9-11memorialgarden.org/ 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 http://www.briansfund.com 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: http://www.voicesofsept11.org