9/11 First Responder Fund Raiser
Here we are again. I'm a little late with keeping up with the third quarter as I said I would last time, but I've been a little pre-occupied. :)
I've written so many pieces about the environmental impact of 9/11, and how it's affected the first responders, and residents of New York City, I don't want to do it again. It depresses me severely. So, I'm asking that you take the time, and read about their dilemma. This time around, I'm going to focus on the good things that have happened.
Here is something to get you started. That is every article I have concerning the environmental impact of 9/11. It was started the day police detective James Zadroga died, January 7th, 2006, and I have updated it ever since.
Also, if you haven't, please read this article entitled, "I believe my cancer is related to exposure to WTC dust and smoke."
One sad thing I do want to mention, are the people that have passed away since our last fund-raiser. My sincerest condolences to their families.
As I said, I want to talk about the good things that have happened. Christine Todd Whitman's criminality was exposed for the whole world to see on C-SPAN (realplayer required).
The 9/11 First Responder Doo Wap Benefit Concert was a HUGE success.
"NY Giants Great George Martin" started his "Journey for 9/11" because "Thousands of people – first responders, volunteers, construction workers and so many others – unselfishly put themselves in harm's way for months after September 11, and they deserve the best medical attention available."
I couldn't agree more.
The FealGood Foundation has started the "Adopt A Hero" campaign which selects a certain person, and raises money specifically for them every month.
John Feal, hero that he IS, donated a kidney to Maureen Burns so Paul Grossfeld could receive a kidney of his own. On August 31st, I posted, "this is what a hero looks like..."
On September 9th, I introduced him at Webster Hall in New York City.
John Feal once said that we "ROCK, ROCK, ROCK."
Let's prove him right. Thank you.
All monies collected will be given to the FealGood Foundation.