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9/11 10th Anniversary Website Set Up

Website established to remember, thank, embrace, support


 
 

911Tenth.com | | Tuesday, May 10, 2011


SAN DIEGO -- The 9-11 Tenth Anniversary Project has launched a donation-based website to raise awareness and funds for the first responders and victims lost on the tragic day in world history, September 11, 2001: www.911Tenth.com.

The site features areas where visitors can share, reflect and discuss, including: Share Your Story, Photo Tour, History, 9-11 related links and a Tribute Store to benefit the 9-11 Patch Project, founded by a firefighter to benefit The FDNY Uniformed Officers Association, Terry Farrell Fund and the Feel Good Foundation. The goal is to raise $911,911 for the three foundations mentioned above.

The 9-11 Tenth Anniversary Project is asking businesses and all Americans to embrace this program and wear the Anniversary Patches or Wristbands, and display the Flags to show support and keep the memory of those lost alive.

For more information, please visit www.911Tenth.com and learn about the program and ways to be involved, from sharing thoughts to becoming the promotional partner. For media companies (Print, TV, Radio and Digital media), please place the enclosed graphic in ads whenever possible or include “supporting 911Tenth.com” as a tagline as a way to spread the word about the 911 Tenth Anniversary Project.

Remember, thank, and embrace 9-11 victims, their families, first responders and heroes.
 




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