Tuesday's Children

The number of celebrities with charities is endless. Everyone has a cause. But how many of them actually can relate to the cause they represent? That's the better question.
In late October 2001, the group yielded to mounting public pressure and stopped accepting donations for the fund, according
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"He is the first person who calls me each 9/11," Parks said. "When I started college, I didn't really know many people, and
My father, Bob Parks, worked for Cantor Fitzgerald and died in the World Trade Center attacks. There is never a convenient or easy time to talk about such a life-altering event. But, to omit such an important component of my personal life would render any relationship I have unfulfilled.
My process of healing was recognizing the power of resilience -- recognizing how I can transform my experience into a sense of positive action.
Today, Tuesday's Children is one of the 1 percent of charities founded in the wake of 9/11 that still stand. Our core competency is in providing long-term support to assist in recovery.
FealGood Foundation While working at the Ground Zero recovery efforts, 8,000 pounds of steel crushed John Feal's foot. As