Charities Information List
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The American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund
American Red Cross,
P.O. Box 3756,
Church Street Station,
New York, NY, 10008
Website: http://www.arc-gny.org/
The American Red Cross, founded by Clara Barton in 1881, is leading the effort to provide enough blood for those who have been injured. They are also collecting funds for whatever needs may arise.
   
The ASPCA Animal Disaster Relief Fund
The ASPCA Animal Disaster Relief Fund,
424 East 92nd Street,
New York, NY 10128
Website: http://www.aspca.org/
Thousands of pets are trapped and starving in apartments and houses in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Washington, DC, Virginia and Maryland, waiting for owners who will never come home and owners who lie injured in hospitals. The ASPCA has set up a special fund to find and care for these frightened and bewildered pets.
   
New York State World Trade Center Relief Fund
New York State World Trade Center Relief Fund,
PO Box 5028,
Albany, NY 12205
Website: http://www.helping.org/wtc/ny/nystate.htm
Created by the State of New York to assist with disaster response and victim assistance in the wake of terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City.
   
The New York Times 9/11 Neediest Fund
The New York Times 9/11 Neediest Fund,
PO Box 5193,
General Post Office,
New York, NY 10087
Website:
www.nytimesneediest.charitywave.com
The New York Times has diverted the function of its 90-year-old Neediest Cases Fund to the current situation. Money raised from this fund goes to several organizations helping the people of New York, with a special emphasis on the Children's Aid Society, which is working to find children who have been made orphans by the attack and getting temporary care for them.
   
United Way of New York City September 11 Fund
United Way of New York City September 11 Fund
2 Park Avenue,
New York, NY 10016
Website: http://national.unitedway.org/

The September 11th Fund was created by the United Way and The New York Community Trust to receive financial donations from concerned Americans across the country. Funds will be administered by the two organizations, which will form a distribution committee to ensure that resources are deployed effectively in New York and other cities affected by these tragic events.