Joined: Mar 17, 2005
Location: Staten Island
|Posted: Tue Sep 04, 2012 6:30 pm Post subject: Join the 9/11 Day Movement in 2012
From Sep 04, 2012 to Sep 08, 2012 (included)
|In just a few more days we will observe the 11th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.
In commemoration of this important day, we will be working, as we do each anniversary, to inspire millions of people to perform good deeds on 9/11 in tribute to the 9/11 victims and heroes. More 30 million people engaged in good deeds and charitable service in remembrance last year. And we expect even more people to join the 9/11 Day Movement in 2012.
We believe it is vital to keep this observance alive and growing for decades to come, to ensure that the victims, survivors, first responders, volunteers and members of our military are always remembered and honored in a positive, meaningful way. But to do that, we need your help.
We depend heavily on the contributions we receive from individuals. These donations keep our movement alive each year, supporting many wonderful programs, like this year's 9/11 volunteer projects around the nation that are helping train military veterans to become nonprofit leaders. Or the free lesson plans we are making available to nearly one million public school teachers. And the free tool kits we're offering to nonprofits, parent-teacher organizations, and faith groups to help them organize their own 9/11 good deed projects.
Please Make a Donation of Just $25 and Get a Free "I Will" T-Shirt
For just $25, we will send you an official "I will" t-shirt. They are very nice, high quality tees. Or, if you cannot afford to make a $25 donation to buy a t-shirt, please donate $5 to the 9/11 Day campaign by texting DEED to 85944 right now.
Your financial contribution and good deed will allow us to continue to inspire the nation to forever remember the victims of 9/11, and pay tribute to the many others who heroically rose in service in response to the attacks. We greatly appreciate any help you can provide this year.
For more info, and to share your own plans for 9/11, please visit 911day.org today.
David Paine Jay Winuk
Co-Founder Co-Founder, brother of 9/11 victim Glenn Winuk
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