A man pauses to look at a Brooklyn mural in memory of those who lost their lives at the World Trade Center.
This September 11 marks the 10-year anniversary of that fateful day when nearly 3,000 people lost their lives and our country was forever changed. Here are five ways you can honor the victims and support their loved ones.
On the 10-year anniversary, a special ceremony for victims' families will take place at the new memorial at Ground Zero. The memorial opens to the public on September 12. If you live in New York City, schedule a visit, and if you reside outside the city, text HOPE to 80088 to support the National 9/11 Memorial with a $10 donation.
Construction of the National 9/11 Memorial And Museum. (Photo: Getty Images)
Giving $11 for 9/11 helps to build VOICES of September 11th's Living Memorial. The online interactive tribute commemorates those who lost their lives and documents firsthand accounts of rescue workers and survivors in New York, Shanksville and Washington.
Family members of victims gather during the eighth anniversary commemoration. (Photo: POOL New/Reuters)
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