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9/11 Memorial Of Maryland

The state of Maryland will honor Maryland's victims, responders and their families at the Maryland 9/11 Memorial on the plaza of the World Trade Center in Baltimore's Inner Harbor. They have asked that Maryland residents review the names of those they plan to include and to advise them of any corrections. More.

A Caring Hand Spring Fundraiser - April 6

Spring arrives this weekend and next up on the calendar is the A Caring Hand, The Billy Esposito Foundation annual fundraising event on April 6th. We are returning to the spectacular Tribeca Rooftop for our tasting event with some favorite great restaurants from the past and some hot new ones. During the evening we are proud to honor some amazing New Yorkers with a special passion for our work with bereaved children and families. We will also have our live and silent auction and live music. More.

Attorney General Announces Trial Venues

This afternoon Attorney General Eric Holder announced that he is referring the cases of the five 9/11 conspirators to the Department of Defense and the trials will proceed in a military tribunal. The press release is included below. If you have any questions, feel free to contact our office at 203-966-3911.

Homeland Security Committee Hold 9/11 Hearings

Last week, Mary Fetchet attended the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee hearings chaired By Senator Joseph Lieberman and Senator Susan Collins. Governor Tom Kean and Congressman Lee Hamilton, Chairmen of the 9/11 Commission testified before the Committee. Although some progress has been made, the 9/11 Commissioners highlighted several areas that remain unresolved. As you know, these dedicated individuals remain committed to ensuring that the 9/11 Commission reforms are implemented.

Memorial Plans for Unidentified Remains

There have been recent news reports questioning the decision made many years ago regarding the inclusion of unidentified remains in the 9/11 Memorial Museum. This prompted Frank and I to join with other 9/11 family members to create the following joint letter which summarizes the thoughtful process that was guided by a wide range of family members over the course of many years.

We recognize the sensitivity of this issue and would be happy to answer any questions you may have. More.

Speaker Series in New Jersey VOICES' New Brunswick Office

Speaker Series
VOICES is hosting a Speaker Series to help prepare 9/11 families, survivors and rescue and recovery workers for the tenth anniversary. Each of the presentations will focus on building a community of support while promoting self-expression, healing and resilience. All presentations will be held at our office at 84 Albany Street in New Brunswick, New Jersey.
 
Join us on Wednesday, March 30th from 1pm to 2:30pm to hear our first guest speaker, Victoria Roche, speak about journaling as a means of self-expression and freedom. Victoria is a licensed social worker and personal professional coach. Space is limited. Please contact Sheri Burkat at 732-543-2300 to make a reservation.

Harlem Wizards Basketball Game to Benefit Bruce Simmons Scholarship Foundation

Charity Basketball Game
The Harlem Wizards will take on the teachers, policemen, firemen and other community leaders in Hackettstown, New Jersey in a benefit basketball game. Proceeds from the game will go to the athletic department at the Hackettstown High School and to a scholarship fund honoring Bruce Simmons, who played lineman on the football team. Bruce's sister, Missy Albergato, describes the 41 year-old partner at Sandler, O'Neil as someone who lived life to the fullest. The individual selected for the scholarship must play the position of lineman and write an essay on the topic of "what courage means to you." The game will take place at Hackettstown High School on Friday, April 29th at 7:00pm.

FealGood Foundation Sponsors Zadroga Law Legal Forum

FealGood Foundation
The Fealgood Foundation has announced that they are sponsoring the first in a series of legal forums on Sunday, March 20th at Queens College Kepferberg Hall from 10am to 2pm. The forum will educate first responders and their family members about the legislation in the Zadroga Law and what they need to know before the legislation opens for filing. Several law firms will be featured in the panel discussion.
 
This forum is the first in a series of meetings that will be organized by the Fealgood Foundation over the next several months. More.

Bike Rider Pedals to Honor Classmates Lost On 9/11

5 Boro Bike Tour
For the first time, the TD Bank 5 Boro Bike Tour is offering participants the opportunity to "Ride For A Reason." Participant Anthony Saggese has 28 reasons - his fellow alumni at Xavierian High School in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, who were lost on 9/11. Anthony is raising funds for VOICES in honor of these classmates when he participates in the 42 mile bike tour on May 1st. The school honors their fallen classmates each year on September 11th and has a tribute and eternal flame on the grounds of the school. Anthony said that he is reaching out to his fellow alumni to support him on his ride for VOICES. If you want to support his ride, Click Here.

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VOICES Provides Support Services

VOICES Staff Provides Support Services Including: Assessments, Support Groups, Referrals, Commemorative Events, Workshops.

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