DonationsRelief Funds Many relief funds were immediately set up to assist victims (personally and economically) of the attack. Liberty Unites links to numerous charities providing relief. According to this site, more than $78 million has been raised so far. American Red Cross * American Red Cross For direct credit-card, check, and cash donations, on-line, by phone, mail, or in person * Amazon - more than $6.5 million collected; ALL money goes to the Red Cross Emergency Relief Fund * PayPal - more than $1.6 million collected; ALL money goes to the Red Cross Emergency Relief Fund * Yahoo Rescue Worker funds Fire Donations took charitable contributions on behalf of firefighters, EMS, and rescue workers. Other charitable drives * In the Washington, D.C. area, Giant Food offered to match contributions made in-store up to $1 million. * For the families of the 79 employees of the Windows of the World Restaurant: Windows of Hope Family Relief Fund, c/o David Berdon & Company, 415 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10017. * The National Police Defense Foundation Police Memorial Fund to help fund the existing psychological counseling program for police victims and establish a police memorial park in memory of the slain police: NPDF Memorial Fund, National Police Defense Foundation, 21 Kilmer Drive, BLDG 2, Suite F, Morganiville, NJ 07751; 888-SAFE-COP, NPDF@AOL.COM Emergency Supplies On Thursday and Friday, September 14-15, 2001, various relief supplies for the World Trade Center relief effort were collected from the New York City area, and dropped off at the Javits Convention Center or at a staging area at Union Square. By Saturday morning, enough supplies (and volunteers) were collected.