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“Tuesday’s Children allows for my children to not only have a good time and grow; but also to be around other children that have undergone the same tragedy in their lives. We have all become one big family together, and it is all because of Tuesday’s Children.”
Who We Are
Tuesday’s Children has made a long-term commitment to meet the needs of every individual impacted by the events of September 11, 2001. We provide support at each and every stage of life through innovative, needs-based programs and mental health support. Our international initiative, Project Common Bond unites young people from around the globe to share their common experience of losing a loved one in a terrorist act, to heal together, and to learn important leadership and peace-building skills. Tuesday's Children's strength is building community which has a profound and positive impact on collective healing.
What We Do
Tuesday's Children creates programs that bring together children and families whose lives have been dramatically altered by an act of terrorism. Our programs include: Family Engagement; Mentoring; Child, Adolescent and Young Adult Programs; Helping Heals; Adult Programs; Project Common Bond; Counseling Services and the First Responder Alliance. More on our programs...
Who We Serve
In any tragedy, we memorialize those who are lost; but we must never lose sight of, and do all we can for, those who are left, for they are our most important living memorials, and can become our most valuable ambassadors. Tuesday's Children serves all members of the 9/11 community including, but not limited to, children, spouses and young adults. We link families with similar experiences, which has a profound and positive impact on their collective healing.
In recent years, we have expanded to provide programs, advocacy, workshops and counseling services to rescue and recovery workers such as policemen, firemen, volunteers and their families through the First Responder Alliance.
We have globally extended our services with Project Common Bond, a program designed to bring together international communities of young adults whose lives were drastically affected by acts of terrorism.