When tragedy strikes and the future looks uncertain, the emotional toll is unimaginable. The Fund for Victims of Terror seeks to lighten that load in the wake of a crisis by offering financial aid to individuals and families in dire circumstances. Within 48 hours of an event, a representative visits victims and provides emergency aid of more than $1,000.
Additionally, through grants and ongoing services totaling up to $6,300, this essential fund covers the months to come. We help survivors receive the care they need—psychological counseling, job retraining, and more—to recover from trauma and rebuild their lives.
In 2022, the Fund marked its 20th year in operation, helping 947 children, teenagers and adults who were injured in or affected by acts of terror. Since it was founded, the fund has assisted approximately 8,500 households, providing a total of $18 million.