This page is
dedicated to all those who lost their
All the people
lost in the twin towers, and the
and all the
heroes who gave their lives to save
others, the police and firemen.
than this had no man than to lay down his
life for his brothers
God in his mercy,
the suffering so,
the prayers of
help us to cope,
bless us and keep us
the long, dark night
the candle alight
reminder of life lost,
at what a cost....
and light will overcome..
remember all the loved ones
a candle for remembrance...
those we lost,
for those who mourn
Lord comfort those who
those who are injured,
cope, and to recover .
all Americans realize that
citizens of Middle Eastern
be lowering themselves to terrorist
americans are not all good or all bad,
neither are all nations.
the hidden works of darkness to the
all those involved can be
may we never forget those
lost their lives to help the
for all the families of the lost,
the heroes that have
may God bless America,
will not be mocked....
a man sows he shall also
families and the nation
is our refuge,
very help in times of
How to help Blood
and platelet donors will be needed over
the next several weeks to help replenish
the nation's supply. Call the Red Cross at
1-800-GIVE-LIFE or America's Blood Centers
at 1-888-BLOOD-88 to schedule an
To donate money
to the Red Cross for assisting victims of
the attacks, call 1-800-HELP-NOW. The
United Way of New York and The New York
Community Trust have established a fund to
help the victims of Tuesday's attacks and
their families. Anyone wishing to
contribute may call (212) 251-4035.
Salvation Army, cash donations: 1-800-SAL-
Blood donors in
upstate New York may call (800) 448-3543
or (800) 272-4543; donors in the New York
City region may call (800) 692-5663 or
Catholic Medical Center (NYC) Patients'
Hotline - (212) 604-7285
(World Trade Center tragedy hotline) -
Office of Victims of Crime (national
clearinghouse for victims and family
members) - (800) 331-0075