Sponsoring Tuesday’s Children During the Anniversary of September 11
- September 8th, 2011
Many in our community have direct emotional experiences they will never forget and most others share vivid memories of the events, those lost and the human and economic cost to our financial system and to our nation.
Tuesdays Children was founded by the family and friends of victims of the 9/11 attacks and provides support for the children and families of those who perished. It is a community driven organization guided by those with vested interest.
Services include mentoring programs, mental health services, community services programs and much much more. Tuesday’s Children also works to serve first responders, many of them heroes, who have been underserved over the past ten years.
Terry Grace Sears, the executive director of Tuesday’s Children, had this to say:
We have made a promise to the children and families impacted by the events of September 11, 2001 and we are grateful for and look forward to the recognition and assistance provided by the StockTwits community.
Over the coming days, we will be doing our best to raise awareness of the organization and the great work they are doing. You, our members, can contribute by donating, volunteering or helping to spread the word about the efforts of Tuesday’s Children.
You can also contribute by purchasing a copy of The Legacy Letters, a book compilation of 100 letters written to those lost.
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