Twin Towers Orphan Fund, founded on Sept. 12, 2001, is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, public benefit organization, Fed. Tax ID# 57-1197371.
All donations are fully
About TTOF ~ Contributors
Please join us in thanking the following contributors for their generosity and desire to support the children who need our help the most.
| If you know of a child who lost a parent on September 11, 2001,
please register with Twin Towers Orphan Fund.
This will help TTOF identify and qualify those children who are in most need of our help -- now and in the future.
$ 1.25 Million The Coca-Cola Foundation
$ 209,000 American Contract Bridge League
$ 119,500 Bridal Guide Charity Gown Sale
$ 105,168 BoRics Haircare
$ 92,000 Starsupply Petroleum, Inc.
Starsupply, along with many others, has been saddened by the terrorist attacks that have left so many families devasted. [We] takes some comfort in being able to contribute to the Twin Towers Orphan Fund ... knowing that you'll be able to provide opportunities for these children that might not otherwise be possible.
$ 75,000 Tweeter, Etc.
$ 70,000 Oak Hill Hospital
$ 68,895 Nassau Broadcasting, Shady Brook Farm and the 2001 PST Wake-Up Crew Kids
$ 66,611.13 A special thanks to our friends and the creators of The First 24 Hours, Inc., a documentary of "ground zero" in the immediate aftermath of the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. "What separates this video from others is that there are no narrators and no music trying to tell you how to feel; it's a historical documentary, pure and simple."
~ Marc Bernardin, Entertainment Weekly
$ 57,000 Art Heals
$ 51,449.32 University Of Delaware (Bob Carpenter Center)
$ 25,000 Ambac
$ 50,000 BTG International Inc.
$ 50,000 The Grateful Foundation, Inc.
$ 50,000 Morning Sun
$ 50,000 Pinnacle Bancorp Inc.
$ 50,000 Roach Family Trust
$ 50,000 The Lawrenceville School
$ 47,897 The First National Trust
$ 45,000 Cathedral Art Metal Co., Inc.
"Across the nation, we have all been affected by this tragedy. We wanted to do our part in responding to the events, and I instantly thought about the children. We're proud to make the donation to the Twin Towers Orphan Fund this year."
~ Leo Tracey, President, Cathedral Art Metal Co., Inc.
$ 38,147 Wilbert Funeral Services, Inc.
$ 33,749 Shoe Carnival, Inc.
Associates donated $18,749 through voluntary payroll deductions. In addition, Shoe Carnival made an additional corporate donation of $15,000.
$ 33,132 American Chamber Of Commerce In Japan
$ 33,000 Helix Electric
$ 32,000 Gene Juarez Salons & Spas
For the first time in the history of the Gene Juarez Salons, they extended their operating hours and donating 100% of the proceeds of all Salon and Spa Services to The Twin Towers Orphan Fund.
$ 30,000 NPD Emergency Fund
$ 30,000 Value City Dept. Stores
$ 29,752 Us Youth Soccer
$ 25,500 Integrated Graphics
$ 25,000 Bozzuto's
$ 25,000 Baker Foundation
$ 25,000 San Francisco Foundation
$ 25,000 Storis
$ 25,000 U.F.N. Textiles Group, Inc.
$ 23,554 ILX, Inc.
$ 22,570 The Matching
gift from the Talwar family ($8,785) doubled the efforts of Gate City Steel employees ($8,785). Gate City Steel made an additional $5,000 gift to the TTOF.
$ 22,530 MCIA
$ 22,411 American International Club Of Geneva
$ 21,600 Villa Ford
$ 20,000 Anonymous Contributor
$ 20,000 Arab American Medical Association/Foundation
$ 20,000 National Academy Of Recording Arts & Sciences, Inc.
$ 20,000 The Southern Federation of Syrian Lebanese American Clubs
In addition to our customary donations and scholarship grants, the Foundation's Charity Committee made an additional unprecedented contribution of $20,000 to the Twin Towers Orphan's Fund. After the tragedy of September 11th, members of the Southern Federation were so overcome with grief and concern for the families who suffered such a great loss that a special drive was undertaken from both local clubs and individuals. The final check was presented at the July 4th annual convention. More.
$ 19,800 ABN Amro
$ 19,591 Almaden Valley Athletic Club's Families Helping Families Day
Super Hockey Fan status goes to Jordan Afsharpour, an 8th grader at Dartmouth School, who collects Sharks memorabilia. He's now the proud owner of Todd Harvey's Jersey as well as Scott Thornton's stick. He visited AVAC every day during the auction, and won in a last-minute flurry of bidding. More
$ 18,212 MA Medical Society
$ 18,000 Gilbane Building Company
$ 17,367 Anonymous Contributor
$ 17,115 Hanna Andersson
$ 16,743 ING Direct Kids Foundation
$ 16,436 Things Remembered, Inc.
$ 15,800 Savage
$ 15,500 Beardsley Jr. High School, Bakersfield, CA
Through a variety of fundraising activities, including walk-a-thons and penny-drives, this junior high school
raised $15,500. It is of special note that the district of this junior high school has a population of only 1,500 people; an average of more than $ 10. per person!
$ 15,500 Joico Laboratories, Inc.
"Thank you for facilitating the disbursement of these funds to those in need."
~ Terry Webb, Joico Laboratories, Inc.
$ 15,462 Harvest Rock Church
$ 15,000 American Gold Corporation
$ 15,000 Goldman Associates
$ 15,000 TP Fund
MemorialBracelets.com is part of the non-profit corporation, the TP Fund that was founded and operates to provide assistance to individuals and families affected by terrorism, and to help ensure that more precious lives are not lost from terrorist attacks. To carry out this mission, the TP Fund has donated over $15,000 to the Twin Towers Orphan Fund.
$ 15,000 Howard Building Corp.
$ 15,000 Pahwell Foundation
$ 15,000 Reich & Tang Asset
$ 15,000 Seiko Corp Of America
$ 15,000 Wirtz Manufacturing Co., Inc.
$ 14,469 Shady Brook Farm
$ 14,296 Paragon Promotions Inc
$ 13,588 Springfield College
$ 13,000 Macey's Inc.
$ 12,085 Music City Motorsports held their 1st Annual Race for Charity Die-Cast and Memorabilla Show. Please note: the 2nd Annual Race for Charity Die-Cast and Memorabilla show is coming soon.
"I hope these funds will provide support for this charity and the children they serve." ~ John Griffin, President
$ 12,517 996 Baltimore Inc.
$ 12,500 Ralsey Group Ltd
$ 12,085 Seventh Inning Stretch, Inc
$ 12,005 The National Football League
$ 11,900 Sensational Beginnings, Inc.
$ 11,587 Sullivan Sportswear Corp.
$ 11,100 Oleson
$ 11,052 Central Radio Group
$ 11,000 Los Angeles Creative Club
$ 10,727 Blake's Garage Sale (14 year old boy)
$ 10,590 Gate City Steel,Inc.
$ 10,414 Aiken Administrative Area
$ 10,200 King & Spalding
$ 10,000 Antares Info. Tech.
$ 10,000 Burnham
$ 10,000 Concord Food 4 Less-Cysf
$ 10,000 Daniels & Associates
$ 10,000 Dutchess Quarry & Supply
$ 10,000 El Charitable Foundation
$ 10,000 Frontier Capital Mgmt.
$ 10,000 Great American Insurance Companies
$ 10,000 ITC, Inc.
"We at ITC, Inc. have been very blessed and are pleased to contribute to such a worthy cause."
~ Dennis C. Parker, President
$ 10,000 Nature Bisse International, Inc.
$ 10,000 Peterson
$ 10,000 Roel Contruction Co.
$ 10,000 Seventeen Magazine
$ 10,000 Shaklee Cares
"Of all those impacted by this tragedy, these children are certainly most needy."
~ Karin D. Topping, Shaklee Cares
$ 10,000 Silver Line
$ 10,000 SSI Technologies, Janesville, WI
"While nothing can "undo" the damage to the lives of the children who have lost parents, we hope that our gift will help these children fulfill their parent's hopes and dreams."
~ Matthew J. Weber, SSI Technologies, Inc.
$ 10,000 Steve Young Family Foundation
$ 10,000 The Dai-Ichi Kangyo Bank, Ltd.
$ 10,000 The Diebold Foundation, Inc.
$ 10,000 The Dow Chemical Fnd.
$ 10,000 Trans Technology
$ 10,000 Unico Foundation Inc.
$ 10,000 US Trust