HOMELAND SECURITY - U.S. JUSTICE DEPARTMENT
AND 911 SUPPORT INFORMATION
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY
To check on the current terrorist color
code alert and get important information for travelers and your family, click
here for the official web site
of the United States Department of Homeland Security.
A site by the United States Department of Homeland Security on how to protect your family
in the event of a terrorist attack. Suggestions on what to stockpile in
terms of food, water, etc. Make sure your family is prepared by clicking
REWARDS FOR JUSTICE
U.S. FBI site offering information
on how you can submit information on suspected terrorist groups and individuals
and be rewarded generously if the tips are verified. Click
HOMELAND DEFENSE RADIO
You can actually listen to the latest bulletins in the right against
terrorism on this site which features briefs from the U.S. Air Force.
Click here to listen
THE FOLLOWING GROUPS ARE ACTIVE IN
HELPING THE FAMILIES WHO LOST LOVED ONES IN THE SEPTEMBER 11, 2001 TERRORIST
ATTACKS ON THE UNITED STATES:
VOICES OF SEPTEMBER 11TH
A site dedicated to helping families who lost loved ones.
SEPTEMBER 11TH VICTIM
COMPENSATION FUND OF 2001
A U.S. government site for claimants and victims.
WINDOWS OF HOPE
Dedicated to help families who lost loved ones in the food & beverage industry.
They also help provide family scholarships.
AMERICAN LIBERTY PARTNERSHIP
A partnership of companies united in raising funds to help people.
FREEDOM SCHOLARSHIP FUND
This fund helps to provide higher education for children and
spouses of those lost in the attacks.
THE FOLLOWING WERE INSTRUMENTAL IN
HELPING VICTIMS AND FAMILIES IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE ATTACKS AND THESE FINE FOLKS
CAN ALWAYS USE YOUR DONATIONS:
AMERICAN RED CROSS
TO THE BEST OF OUR KNOWLEDGE, THE FOLLOWING FUND RAISING
GROUPS ARE STILL ACTIVE:
The Association of Flight
Attendants (AFA) has set up the Flight Attendant Disaster Relief Fund to provide
help to the families of its friends and flying partners. Checks should be
made payable to Flight Attendant Disaster Relief Fund
and you can send them to:
The Association of Flight Attendants
1275 K. Street, NW, 5th Floor
Washington, D.C. 20005 USA
United Airlines has set up a trust
fund that will be used to help families of crew members and employees aboard
flights 93 and 175. Checks should be made payable to UA
Flights 93 & 175 Employee Trust Fund and they can be mailed to:
United Airlines - Civic Affairs, WHQPR
Attention: Celene Peurye
1200 East Algonquin Road
Elk Grove Village, Illinois 60007 USA