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Re: 9/11 Health Care Funding Needs Your Help!
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Good that you want to but I worry about giving money to little "unknown" charities like these.

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...The 9/11 workers need to raise $15,000 by Monday, February 18 in order to fund the trip to send the 300 rescue workers from NYC to DC. It is important and vital that this rally takes place.

We have only raised close to $2,000, way short of the $15,000 we need to raise by Monday.

Can you please do the following:

1) Please make a contribution if you are able to by visiting www.firstrespondersfirst.com

2) Please e-mail blast this to all your friends and e-mail lists. It is vital that this $15,000 is raised by Monday. This is not a Democratic issue or a Republican issue, this is an American issue. We need to now stand up for thousands of heroes who stood up for us on September 11th, 2001.

3) Raise awareness about the foundation and spread the message. Learn more about the foundation by going to http://fealgoodfoundation.com

Please help us make it happen so we can make this rally happen and finally shake up Washington! Thousands of lives are at stake.

Thank you,

Vin Gopal
732-299-5625

Posted on: 2008/2/15 13:24
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John Feal CHANGE http://fealgoodfoundation.com On Tuesday, February 26th, Over 300 9/11 rescue workers including firemen, police officers, sanitation workers, etc. will be rallying in Washington DC at the steps of the United States Congress to rally to raise awareness for cut funding in 9/11 Health Care funding. This is whats going on The government just cut 9/11Health Care funding by 77%. A paltry $25 million was designated for fiscal year 2009, down from $108 million in 2008. This means every program in existence (including Mt. Sinai) will be operating on a severely reduced budget. This past December 2007, Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Michael Leavitt canceled plans for the World Trade Center Business Process Center. This center was designed to provide treatment for the 10,000-plus First Responders who reside outside the New York metropolitan area, many of whom are seriously ill. The 9/11 Health & Compensation Act (aka the James Zadroga bill) has still not been passed. This hugely important piece of legislation that would help all 9/11 families has been ignored within Congress up until now--it is time to speak up to to get it passed! The 9/11 workers need to raise $15,000 by Monday, February 18 in order to fund the trip to send the 300 rescue workers from NYC to DC. It is important and vital that this rally takes place. We have only raised close to $2,000, way short of the $15,000 we need to raise by Monday. Can you please do the following: 1) Please make a contribution if you are able to by visiting www.firstrespondersfirst.com 2) Please e-mail blast this to all your friends and e-mail lists. It is vital that this $15,000 is raised by Monday. This is not a Democratic issue or a Republican issue, this is an American issue. We need to now stand up for thousands of heroes who stood up for us on September 11th, 2001. 3) Raise awareness about the foundation and spread the message. Learn more about the foundation by going to http://fealgoodfoundation.com Please help us make it happen so we can make this rally happen and finally shake up Washington! Thousands of lives are at stake. Thank you, Vin Gopal 732-299-5625

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