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Caring for communities impacted by terrorism or traumatic loss.

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Formed in the aftermath of Tuesday, September 11, 2001, Tuesday’s Children is a response and recovery organization that supports youth, families, and communities impacted by terrorism and traumatic loss.

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Our Long-Term Healing Model

For more than a decade, Tuesday’s Children has worked to research, validate, and codify our enduring approach to long-term and collective healing.

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10,000 +

Individuals directly impacted by the events of Tuesday, September 11 have been supported by Tuesday’s Children.

 

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Individuals are currently served by the First Responder Alliance, a Tuesday’s Children program that connects Tuesday, September 11 first responder families to other members of our community.

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Young adults from 20+ different countries, all affected by terrorism or violent extremism, have come together to heal at Project Common Bond, a Tuesday’s Children program.

 

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Youth have joined the Career Resource Center supported by our network of corporate and industry contacts.

 

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Supporting Military Families

My brother Jeremy, a United States Marine, was killed by a suicide bomber in Afghanistan in January of 2010. Despite all of the suffering in my life up to this point, my sorrow is tempered by the love of those with whom I attended Project Common Bond. The young adults I met at Tuesday’s Children have been some of the most remarkable people I have ever known.

— Ben Kane, 2014 Project Common Bond participant
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Upcoming Events

2016

09/26

Save the date for our second annual September Golf Classic at Forsgate Country Club supporting military families of the fallen. Sponsorships now...

2016

11/03

Project Heart to Heart is a three-day program for military widows and widows from September 11th to grow, heal, and make lifelong friendships....

2016

11/11 Please join us this Veteran’s Day to take part of the Veteran's Day Parade in New York City. Check back here for updates!  
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If you were in Lower Manhattan on September 11, 2001, and in the days after, you may qualify for physical and mental health care under the World Trade Center Health program.

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