Tuesday’s Children meets individuals and families of service members where they are on their grief journey following a loss due to military service, mass violence, or acts of terrorism.
Tuesday’s Children was formed in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks of Tuesday, September 11, 2001. Our commitment to those affected that day is at the core of who we are and who we serve.
As a result of that day’s events, many were called to military service, and continue still today. Our goal at Tuesday’s Children is to ensure that families of the fallen soldiers due to the events of 9/11, post-9/11 military service, or other acts of mass violence and terrorism always have a comforting place to turn to for support and community.
We serve entire families of fallen soldiers for their entire lifetime. We will never leave you. You may not always need us, but we will be here for you when you find you do. Whether it is for counseling and support, youth mentorship and family engagement, career guidance, healing through service and peacebuilding, or to simply reconnect with a community that shares your loss, Tuesday’s Children will provide what you need, whenever you need it.