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Papers
  1. Afghanistan - Bush Asks Children for Help (Awesome Library)
      President Bush is asking children to contribute to prevent a disaster to the children of Afghanistan. 10-01

  2. Assessments of Nonprofit Organizations (Give.org)
      Provides comprehensive information on organizations so you can determine if they are suitable for donations. 11-01

  3. Assessments of Nonprofit Organizations - Criteria (CharityWatch.org)
      Suggests criteria for assessing an organization for worthiness of donations. 11-01

  4. Assessments of Nonprofit Organizations - Top Rated (CharityWatch.org)
      Provides a grade for the top rated organizations in of the major areas of giving. The categories include Abortion and Family Planning, Hispanic, African-American, Homelessness and Housing, Aids, Human Rights, American Indian, Human Services, Animal Protection, Hunger, Asia and Asian-American, International Relief and Development, Blind and Visually-Impaired, Jewish and Israel, Cancer, Literacy, Child Protection, Mental Health and Retardation, Child Sponsorship, Peace and International Relations, Civil Rights and Advocacy, Population Planning, Consumer Protection and Legal Aid, Public Policy, Crime Prevention, Terminally Ill, Disabled, Veterans and Military, Drug and Alcohol Abuse, Women's Rightts, Environment, Youth Development, Gun Control (Pro and Con), Youth-Residential Care, and Health-General. 11-01

  5. Flight 93 Families (Todd Beamer Foundation)
      Provides support for families of United Airlines Flight 93, the flight that overcame the terrorists and prevented a much larger disaster. Todd Beamer was one of the heroes who stopped the terrorists at the expense of his own life. At least four who were involved in stopping the terrorists were Todd Beamer, Mark Bingham, Jeremy Glick, and Tom Burnett. Todd is known for saying "Let's roll" just before taking on the terrorists. 11-01

  6. Standards for Nonprofit Organizations (Council of Better Business Bureaus)
      "The Council of Better Business Bureaus believes that adherence to these standards by soliciting organizations will inspire public confidence, further the growth of public participation in philanthropy, and advance the objectives of responsible private initiative and self-regulation." 11-01

Projects
  1. Fund for the Neediest (Amazon.com)
      Provides an opportunity to have donations go to the very neediest of those hurt by the September 11th disaster. The funds are administered (free of charge) through the New York Times and distributed to local groups providing services. Also called 911, 9-11, or 9/11. 9-01

  2. Helping Resources for the Tragedy of September 11th (NetworkforGood.org)
      Provides sources of help for victims and rescue workers. Also called 911, 9-11, or 9/11. 9-01

  3. How Children and Teens Can Help With the September 11th Disaster (Red Cross)
      Provides specific ways children and teens can help families of those affected by the September 11th disaster. Also called 911, 9-11, or 9/11. 9-01

  4. How Children and Teens Have Helped With the September 11th Disaster (Red Cross)
      Provides stories of young people contributing to help families of those affected by the September 11th disaster. Also called 911, 9-11, or 9/11. 9-01

  5. How Youth Can Contribute (Constitutional Rights Foundation)
      Provides activities for youth to contribute to those who have helped with the September 11th disaster or who have been overlooked. Examples of people who may have not received much assistance include people who were displaced from their homes and have had little or no time to return for their belongings, people working at airports and airlines who have suffered emotionally or have lost jobs, and people who live alone and have no one to talk to about what happened. Also called 911, 9-11, or 9/11. 9-01

  6. How Youth Can Contribute (Constitutional Rights Foundation)
      Provides activities for youth to contribute to those who have helped with the September 11th disaster or who have been overlooked. Examples of people who may have not received much assistance include people who were displaced from their homes and have had little or no time to return for their belongings, people working at airports and airlines who have suffered emotionally or have lost jobs, and people who live alone and have no one to talk to about what happened. Also called 911, 9-11, or 9/11. 9-01

   
   


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