Tuesday’s Children provides a lifetime of healing for families who have been forever changed by terrorism, military conflict or mass violence. Through a time-tested, long-term approach, Tuesday’s Children programming serves and supports our nation’s military Families of the Fallen; builds resilience and common bonds in communities worldwide recovering from tragedies; and keeps the promise to support all those impacted by Tuesday, September 11th.
Individuals impacted by terrorism, military conflict or mass violence have been supported by Tuesday’s Children.
Military losses since 2001. Deaths of service members have left thousands of grieving widows and children in need of supportive services to build resilience.
Young adults from 32 countries, all affected by terrorism or violent extremism, have come together to heal at Project COMMON BOND, a Tuesday’s Children program.
Youth have joined the Career Resource Center supported by our network of corporate and industry contacts.
Supporting Military Families
It’s organizations like Tuesday’s Children that have allowed the young men and women of our armed forces to make me extraordinarily proud. Tuesday’s Children is about resilience, it’s about enabling people to overcome extraordinary tragedy. There’s a motto in the Marine Corps, ‘Semper Fidelis.’ It stands for ‘Always Faithful.’ That’s Tuesday’s Children — always faithful.
— General Joseph F. Dunford, Former Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff
Our Long-Term Healing Model
For nearly two decades, we have worked to research, validate, and codify our enduring approach to long-term and collective healing.
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