Learning About 9/11: Education Curriculum for High School Seniors
We, the families of the Mass 911 Fund, have created a remote learning education curriculum geared toward high school students that explains what happened and how life changed for everyone on September 11, 2001.
For a preview of this important education tool and to view the remote learning video program and accompanying teaching materials please click here.
If you have any questions or would like family members to speak to your students, please email us at email@example.com.
19th Annual Commemoration and Name Reading Service –
MA State House- Boston, MA
Virtual Livestream starting at 8:30AM
Further details to follow.
Do you know of a Massachusetts resident who has truly exhibited exceptional bravery, without regard for their own personal safety, in an effort to save the life or lives of another or others in actual imminent danger? We would like that person to be publicly recognized and appreciated, by becoming a nominee to receive the 2020 Madeline Amy Sweeney Award.
Nominations must be received by July 24, 2020. Click here for details.
Remembering Our Loved Ones
We invite you to learn more about our loved ones; what they meant to us, our memories, their special gifts.
The Massachusetts 9/11 Fund shares the proceeds of the United We Stand license plates with local police and fire departments and the Massachusetts Military Heroes Fund. These plates can be obtained at any Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles office or through the RMV website. Once you are on the site, scroll down to the middle of the page until you see the section titled, Order a Special/Vanity Plate.
Garden of Remembrance
When you are in Boston, please take a moment to visit our beautiful Garden of Remembrance in the Boston Public Garden.This is a memorial dedicated to the 9/11 victims from or with ties to Massachusetts. It is located just inside the Arlington Street entrance. For more photos, an audio description, and a video tour please visit here.