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Fact Sheet
Bureau of Public Affairs
Washington, DC
March 15, 2002

How You Can Help in the Fight Against Global Terrorism

"We want to be a nation that serves goals larger than self.  We have been offered a unique opportunity and we must not let this moment pass."

-- President Bush in the State of the Union Address, January 29, 2002

There are many ways to help your neighbor, your community, and your country.  Following are links to sites providing information on ways you can help.

USA freedom corps logoThe USA Freedom Corps focuses on three areas of need: responding in case of crisis at home through the Citizen's Corps (see below), rebuilding our communities through AmeriCorps and Senior Corps, and extending American compassion throughout the world through the Peace Corps.

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The Citizen Corps seeks to engage citizens in specific homeland security efforts in communities throughout the country.


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President Bush asks American children to help Afghan children by contributing one dollar (cash, check or money order) individually or collectively. Send donations to: America's Fund for Afghan Children, c/o The White House,1600 Pennsylvania Ave, Washington, DC 20509-1600


Rewards for Justice Fund

Help stop terrorism by donating to the Rewards for Justice Fund.  Rewards encourage individuals with knowledge of terrorist plans and locations to come forward -- before the terrorists can strike.


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The Rewards for Justice site enables anyone to report information on terrorists or terrorist activities or get information on the most wanted terrorists and more.

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Find out more about how to support America's rescue and relief organizations through the American Liberty Partnership web site.

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