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9/11 Memorial Report

Dear Friends,

 


As 2012 comes to an end, I am happy to share with you the 9/11 Memorial's year end update. Thanks to your continued generosity and support, more than six million people have visited the Memorial since opening in September 2011. They have come from all 50 states and more than 175 nations, reflecting the worldwide need to honor and remember those we lost on 9/11 at the sacred ground of the World Trade Center site.

 

In this region, we also saw tremendous heartbreak in 2012, from the devastation of superstorm Sandy to the shootings in Newtown, CT and the recent attack on first responders in Webster, NY. In the wake of these terrible losses, when I look out across the Memorial pools, I am reminded that when circumstances require, we come together to care for one another with limitless compassion.

 

2013 will be a busy year for the 9/11 Memorial. As we welcome millions more to pay their respects at the Memorial, we look forward to building the Museum with our partners at the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey and beginning to install the exhibitions that will tell the story of 9/11 for generations to come.

 

I hope you will please consider making a year-end contribution to help supportthe Memorial and Museum and our mission of commemoration and education. We could not have built the Memorial without your generosity, and the Museum is no different.

 

On behalf of our Chairman, Mayor Bloomberg, the Board of Directors, and our staff, I wish you and yours health, happiness, and love this holiday season and throughout every season in the new year.

 

Warm regards,

 

   

Joe Daniels

President & CEO

 

Read 2012 Year End Report >> 

 

 

 
 
 
 
black and white logoThe Survivor Tree is an integral part of the 9/11 Memorial, blooming every spring just as it did on the  original World Trade Center Plaza. Found amid the wreckage at Ground Zero, the Survivor Tree sustained extensive damage, but lived through the September 11, 2001 terror attacks. Standing tall on the Memorial, it serves as a living reminder of our shared strength in the face of even the most unimaginable tragedy.
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