Today we remember and send our deepest sympathies for all of those we lost that day, those we have lost since, and for those who are now struggling with 9/11-related illnesses. Our 9/11 community stands strong to remember and support them as we continue on our mission to be the voice for those who lost theirs on that day.

This 17th anniversary marks another year of progress at the World Trade Center with the opening of many new buildings and businesses that lay the foundations of tomorrow. Beautiful memorials also remember the lives lost at the Pentagon and in Shanksville, Pennsylvania including the newly opened Tower of Voices.  

We are proud of the resiliency of the 9/11 community and all of the volunteers at 9/11 Tribute Museum who share their personal stories throughout the year with students and visitors from over 145 countries around the world. We feel fortunate to have touched so many lives by sharing the stories of families who lost loved ones, survivors, first responders, recovery workers, and lower Manhattan residents.

Your support of the Tribute Museum over the last 12 years has made all of this possible. Thank you so much for all that you do to keep spreading hope for a better tomorrow.



Jen and Lee

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