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Century 21 Department Store Partners with Tuesday’s Children to Support Families of 9/11 Victims

April 9th, 2013
Century 21 Department Store is partnering with the nonprofit organization Tuesday’s Children to raise money for programs and services for the families of 9/11 victims. Beginning April 9th through the month of September, Century 21 shoppers can exclusively download the song “Survivor Tree” by Men In My Head for just $1, with all proceeds benefitting Tuesday’s Children…
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Tuesday’s Children Receives Significant World Trade Center Health Program Grant

December 7th, 2012
Tuesday’s Children has been chosen as the recipient of a $125,000 grant from the World Trade Center Health Program to fund an extensive expansion of their First Responder Alliance Program in 2013, with an additional $125,000 through 2014, to benefit the 9/11 Recovery workers and their families…
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Tuesday’s Children and The American Widow Project Rebuild For Hurricane Victims

November 9th, 2012
Tuesday’s Children, the leading non-profit working with children and families affected by the events of September 11, 2001, has partnered with The American Widow Project to participate in a build for a family in New Orleans who lost their home to a hurricane…
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Young NY Mets Fans Get a Chance of a Lifetime Thanks to Tuesday’s Children and the Cory Lidle Foundation

August 8th, 2012
Through a partnership facilitated by the Mets between charity organizations Tuesday’s Children and the Cory Lidle Foundation, young baseball fans were given a once-in-a-lifetime experience on Wednesday at Citi Field…
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Mets Welcome Kids to Citi Field

August 8th, 2012
Over 80 children from both charities took part in infield and outfield drills alongside Mets players, including Mike Baxter, who was a 16-year-old at Molloy High School when the 9/11 attacks happened…
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‘A Common Bond of Loss’ – Young Adults United in Program to Bring Peace, End Conflict

July 20, 2012
Project Common Bond, now in its fifth year, ran from July 12-20 and aims to help young adults who have been impacted by global conflict become leaders of peace in their own countries by helping them come to terms with their own experiences and giving them the skills they need to make a difference in the lives of others…
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Healing The Wounds – At Project Common Bond, Young Victims of Violence Create International Support Network to Cope with Losses

July 22, 2012
Campers participate in community-building activities and talk about their experiences as a way to teach one another tolerance and understanding. The camp uses a curriculum, developed by Harvard, that stresses mediation and conflict resolution…
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Teens Who Lost Kin to Terror Unite at Massachusetts Camp

July 19, 2012
On Wednesday, 18 years later, Malamud, who barely remembers her father’s face, was far from home as she marked the anniversary of his death in their homeland’s bloodiest-ever terrorist attack. But the 20-year-old Argentine university student was still close to people who understood her loss…
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