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Following is a list of addresses, phone numbers and website information to donate blood, money and supplies to help in the rescue mission and cleanup after Tuesday's terrorist attack disaster in New York and Washington D.C.


The Federal Drug Agents Foundation has established an emergency fund to aid the families of the firefighters, federal, state and city law enforcement officers kiilled or injured as a result of the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center.


100% of your fully tax deductible donations will be used to benefit these families. Any amount is appreciated, no matter how small. Please make donations payable to:
Federal Drug Agents Foundation
888 7th Ave., 35th Floor
New York, NY 10106

The Federal Drug Agents Foundation was established in 1994 by respected leaders in law enforcement and the business community. Since its creation, the FDAF has raised substantial funds to help support families of firefighters, police officers and federal law enforcement agents who have lost their lives or have been seriously injured in the line of duty. The Federal Drug Agents Foundation is a not for profit 501(c)(3) organization.

For further information concerning the FDAF, please contact the organization at (212) 453-2538.

American Red Cross:
Blood donations: 800-448-3543
Money donations: 800-HELP-NOW or send checks to:
American National Red Cross
Disaster Relief
420 17th Street NW
Washington, DC 20006

Salvation Army: 800-SAL-ARMY

United Way
United Way of New York City
September 11 Fund
2 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10016

Federal Emergency Management Agency
Donation and Volunteer Helpline: 800-801-8092

The Health Care Association of New York State: 518-431-7600

New York City Office of Emergency Management:
212-477-3574 or 212-477-3598

International Association of Firefighters:
Make checks payable to New York Firefighters 9-11 relief fund
1750 New York Ave, NW
Washington, DC 20006


American Airlines: 800-245-0999

United Airlines: 800-932-8555

The World Trade Center Survivor Database:

St. Vincent's Hospital: 212-604-7285

Pentagon Victim Hotline: 877-663-6772

Washington Hospital Center: 202-784-2264

I'm OK Message Center:


Department of Mental Health Services: 212-442-5000


FBI: 866-483-5137

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