American Red Cross has a national hotline open to answer any
questions or concerns dealing with the Sept 11th events. The
phone lines are open 24hrs a day, 7days a week.
The American Red Cross
Family Registration Web, which
is designed to help those searching for information regarding
family members affected by the disaster. If you are from one of
the disaster-impacted areas, you can register at the site, and
this will help Red Cross workers provide information to family
members and loved ones who are concerned about you.
The American Liberty Partnership is an Internet
industry initiative that is using the online medium to connect
people who want to help with the organizations that need it the
most. On their
web site, you will find opportunities to support these
organizations, as well as general information about how the relief
effort is progressing and what needs are next on the horizon.
United Way and The New York Community Trust have established
The September 11th Fund.
Contributions will be used to help respond to the immediate and
longer-term needs of the victims, their families, and communities
affected by the events of September 11. Please note that 100% of
all contributions will be used to support these efforts, as United
Way and The Community Trust are underwriting all administrative
costs. Donations can be made online, by telephone (at
1-800-710-8002) or by mail.
The newly established
York State World Trade Center Fund supports the emergency
response and victim support efforts in New York. Donations can be
made online (follow the link on the site), by phone (at
1-800-801-8092), or by mail (to the address provided on the site).
sees to the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of families,
individuals, and emergency personnel involved in the disasters.
Aid is given to those affected both directly and indirectly by
this tragedy. Donations can be made online or by phone at
The non-profit organization Fire Donations has established the
New York Firefighter 9-11
Disaster Relief Fund to assist the families of the
firefighters who fell during their valiant attempts to assist
community members during the World Trade Center tragedy. Donations
can be made online (using the form on the site), by phone (at
1-253-274-0424), or by mail (to the address provided on the site).
Mercy Corps supports organizations that provide counseling for
survivors, emergency personnel, and families of the victims. They
also support organizations that provide scholarship funds for
children who lost parents in the attacks.
your funds reach outstanding local organizations that are making a
difference. Donations can be made online (follow the link on the
site), by phone (at 1-800-852-2100), or by mail (to the address
provided on the site).