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Help to Beslan victims

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  • Walter Pogosov (÷ÁÌØÔÅÒ ðÏÇÏ
    Dear all, I wanted to let you know that The International Foundation For Victims of Terror Acts (moscowhelp.org) has initiated a national fundraising campaign
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 21, 2004
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      Dear all,



      I wanted to let you know that The International Foundation For
      Victims of Terror Acts (moscowhelp.org) has initiated a national
      fundraising campaign to help the victims of the horrific terror act
      in Beslan, Russia. With over 300 dead and over 700 wounded, most of
      them children, this tragedy is Russia's September 11th, and urgent
      financial assistance is needed to help alleviate the suffering of
      injured and orphaned children.



      The Fund is the only international charity organization that is
      currently committed specifically to helping children of the Beslan
      tragedy. The Fund is run by a group of volunteers and incurs no
      administrative or other expenses related to personal donations. All
      money donated is delivered directly to victims' families.



      In the first six days of the donation drive on www.moscowhelp.org,
      the Fund has received over $600,000 in private online donations
      alone. However, much more is needed to provide effective assistance
      to an estimated 600 injured and orphaned children. In the words of
      the Fund's President, Andrew Mogilyansky, "every parent in the
      world has got to donate to this cause". The Fund also actively seeks
      corporate donors who are expected to make their donations after the
      long weekend is over.



      Donors can make their contributions by check, credit card or wire
      transfer. Instructions for making a donation, as well as many ways
      to provide additional assistance, are posted on the Fund's web site
      at www.moscowhelp.org.



      The Fund has a proven track record of helping terror act victims in
      Russia. Originally established to provide assistance to the families
      of hostages who perished in the Moscow Nord-Ost theater siege
      terrorist act in 2002, the Fund has successfully completed that
      project with all donated funds fully distributed to victims'
      families. The Fund is a US 501(c)3 Public Charity. All donations
      are fully tax-deductible for US tax purposes. The Foundation is
      recognized by the Russian Embassy which features a link to
      www.moscowhelp.org on its web site and is profiled on CNN, NY Times
      and other major media.





      For information: www.moscowhelp.org or email:
      mailto:information@...



      Contact: Andrew Mogilyansky, Chairman International Foundation For
      Terror Act Victims

      959-A Bristol Pike Bensalem, PA 19020
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