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Week of Sept. 11
Commemorative Globe front pages
How to help
Flag flying guide
Post a tribute to someone killed in the attack or write condolences to all victims in the National Book of Remembrance.
A changed America?
Acts of patriotism
Anyone with information regarding the attacks should call the FBI at this number:
Leave a tip online
The IRS has set up a website and a toll-free number to help people having trouble with taxes as a result of the Sept. 11 attacks.
Call 866-562-5227, weekdays, 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Ways to help
Several goods and services are in need
Related: Blood Donation Centers | Relief Funds & Support | Relief Efforts
To give goods
The Salvation Army in Massachusetts will be collecting the following items, requested by its New York affiliate, through 4 p.m. today (and longer, for gathering efforts that were already under way), because its warehouses from here to New York are full:
These items may be dropped off at any of The Salvation Army's 83 locations statewide, which are listed at www.salvationarmy-ma.org. The charity will still be collecting monetary donations.
- Heavy-duty work boots
- Asbestos-grade masks
- Bottled water
- Canned tuna/meats
- Peanut butter and jelly
- New adult clothing (particularly jeans, shirts, underwear and socks, for use by volunteers)
- Work globes
- Garbage cans
- Hand trucks
To give services
The Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency (800-293-4031) and the Massachusetts Medical Society (www.massmed.org are maintaining lists of volunteers, but MEMA is discouraging callers from going to New York.
Compiled by the Boston Globe