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Last Updated/Confirmed: September 11th, 2002

NOTE: For the most part, charities are no longer accpeting donations for the victims families. The main fund, The September 11th Fund, still has millions of dollars to distribute. If you are in need of assistance, please contact them.

There are several ways you can donate money to assist in this tragedy. Some funds go specifically to victims of the World Trade disaster. Some go to victims, fire fighters, police and others. Some go towards immediate and long-term relief of those affected and their communities (September 11th Fund). Others (Red Cross-based) go to national disaster funds. All of this is usually detailed somewhere within the fund's website.

NY State WTC Disaster Relief Fund

New York State has started a World Trade Center Disaster Relief fund. To make a donation by check or money order, send it to:

NY State World Trade Center
Disaster Relief Fund
PO Box 5028
Albany, NY 12205

Online Donations

  • The September 11th Fund - (No longer seeking donations), has suggested individuals contribute to local organizations.
  • American Red Cross - 1.800.HELP.NOW (Donations go to a general national disaster fund)
  • Salvation Army - 1.800.SAL.ARMY (Christian faith-based charity)
  • Feed The Children - (Christian faith-based charity)
  • PayPal - (No longer seeking donations)
  • (No longer seeking donations)

Aid Families of Police, Fire, EMS, etc

The City of New York is accepting contributions to aid the families of Police, Fire, EMS and other City employees involved in rescue efforts. Please make your check or money order payable to:

The City of New York
100 Church Street, 20th Floor
New York, New York 10007

Please include your name and address with your tax deductible contribution to NYCPPI (New York City Public/Private Initiatives, Inc.). NYCPPI is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization.

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