We Will Not Forget Beneficiaries

On September 11, 2001, an evil faction of fanatics attacked the United States. These terrorists ruthlessly murdered thousands of men, women and children, and left thousands upon thousands mourning the loss of their family members and friends. They killed our neighbors, our friends, our brothers and sisters, our mothers and fathers, and our children.

It is the mission of the Twin Towers Orphan Fund (TTOF) to help reduce the collateral damage caused by the terrorist acts by providing long-term assistance to the children of those killed on September 11, 2001. The TTOF provides higher educational assistance, as well as mental healthcare assistance, to children who lost one or both parents in the World Trade Center, at the Pentagon, or onboard the four downed airliners.

In addition to the assistance that the Twin Towers Orphan Fund offers, we also provide the parent/guardian of each child additional information on other funds and charities that may be of benefit to them, as well as referrals to service providers.

Thank you for your continued support of the children of 9/11. Please know we are personally working with each family, with care and compassion. And we will continue to do so.

I wanted to thank you and the Twin Towers Orphan Fund for helping my family. Your organization eased a tremendous burden from my family. Iíve enclosed a picture of my daughters Emma and Katie. I wanted you to see the little faces of the children you have helped. We are forever grateful. Sheila S.

I am very grateful the Twin Towers Orphan Fund for your generosity and kindness. Were it not for folks like you, my family and I could not have survived this tragic ordeal. Thank you. Thomas H.

So much time has passed and our hearts are still broken. I regret we have not acknowledged your kindnesses more promptly; we are profoundly and sincerely grateful for your support. God Bless all of you.

Weibin Wang
Our Last Family Photo
(and my 2nd birthday) - 05/19/01

In Loving Memory of My Father Weibin Wang
By: Richard Wang

Dear Dad,

It's been almost 10 years now. Not a moment do I stop thinking about you. I always imagine you by my sise, whether I am enjoying myself, or I am stuck in trouble.

I was 2 years old when you passed away, too young to know what happened. Now I am 12, and I'm so sad that my faint memories of you are fading...

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