VOICES is grateful to the individuals, foundations, and corporate sponsors who have made it possible for us to pursue our mission to provide assistance to 9/11 families, rescue workers and survivors over the last fourteen years. Thanks to this generous support, we have been able to help families commemorate their loved ones through the 9/11 Living Memorial project, which will be a core component of the 9/11 Memorial Museum. We are honored to work with responders and survivors to help them access the health care they need and find healing through telling their stories.
Beginning with the Symposium held at Rutgers University on January 17, 2014, VOICES is embarking on a new initiative to leverage our lessons learned and core competencies to help victims' families and survivors heal after other tragedies. This inaugural event launched the VOICES Center of Excellence for Community Resilience to share best practices and guide communities in planning for and responding to acts of mass violence.
All of this simply would not be possible without the financial support provided by our donors and sponsors who share our commitment to helping those impacted by tragic events.