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American Red Cross National Capital Chapter

The National Capital Chapter helps the people of our community prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies that may be local, state-level, national, or international in nature. Phone (202)728-6400
ID Number : 17329
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Army Emergency Relief Society Pentagon Victims Fund

Army Emergency Relief has established a special fund for the victims of Tuesday's attack, "The Pentagon Victims Fund". This fund will be used to assist soldiers and family members who were victims of this attack.
ID Number : 17414
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DC Hospitals

This guide provides an alphabetized listing of local community hospitals.
ID Number : 17335
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DOJ : Victims Assistance

ID Number : 17362
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Greater DC Cares

Citizens all across the country have united togetherand risen to help through charitable efforts,demonstrating the true spirit and strength of America.If you are looking for a way that you can personallycontribute to these efforts, here in DC Greater DCCares has set up a volunteer registration system sopeople can be contacted as volunteer opportunitiesarise over the upcoming weeks.
ID Number : 17464
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New York State World Trade Center Relief Fund

Governor George E. Pataki urges all New Yorkers and concerned Americans who wish to support the World Trade Center emergency response and victim support effort to make a contribution to the newly established New York State World Trade Center Relief Fund.
ID Number : 17417
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The Salvation Army - National Capital and Virginia Division

The Salvation Army in the National Capital Area operates 10 Corps/Worship Centers, 2 Transitional Houses, 1 Shelter, 1 Harbor Light (Drug Rehabilitation - Co-ed), 1 day care facility, 3 homeless feeding programs, 2 mobile canteens to feed the homeless at night, 2 Adult Rehabilitation Centers, 1 Headquarters (administrative).
Divisional Headquarters (Administrative Office) is located at:
2626 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20037
Phone: 202.756.2600 or Fax: 202.756.2660
ID Number : 17328
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The United Way

For almost 30 years, UWNCA has been a recognized leader in community building in the Washington area. UWNCA was founded in 1974 when the United Givers Fund, the Health and Welfare Council, and the United Black Fund merged, creating the 23rd largest United Way in the nation. By 1980, UWNCA became the first United Way to include nationally known nonprofits, such as the American Heart Association and the American Cancer Society, in its annual fundraising campaign.
ID Number : 17344
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