One Fund Boston
Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick and Boston's Mayor Tom Menino established "One Fund Boston" to raise money for families most affected by the bombings. Donate to Onefundboston.org
Heather's foot was amputated after the bombings. If you'd like to help, visit her fundraising site http://www.gofundme.com/HeatherAbbott
If you'd like to help Adrianne, a dancer who lost her foot in the blast, find more information on http://www.gofundme.com/AdrianneFund
Officer Richard "Dick" Donohue
MBTA Transit Police Officer Richard "Dick" Donohue was shot and severely injured during a gun battle with the suspects. If you'd like to help his family, you can find more information at http://www.officerricharddonohue.com/
Celeste and Sydney Corcoran
To help the mother and daughter featured in Gary Tuchman's report on AC360°, go to http://www.gofundme.com/celesteandsydney
To help Steve Byrnes, whose face was cut by shrapnel during the attack, go to Www.fundly.com/benefitforbizz
JP and Paul Norden
To help Caitlin Norden's brothers, JP and Paul, who each lost a leg in the bombing, visit https://www.facebook.com/WebbandNordenRecoveryFund
To contribute to a fund for Jeff Bauman, who lost both legs in the attack, go to http://www.gofundme.com/BucksforBauman
I have not heard about the other bombs which were placed else where which didn't detonate? Also this female DNA found on one of the bombs could it also be from one of the victims at the site of detonation?
I saw a very touching interview on CNN regarding a U.S. citizen originally from Costa Rica who, it sounds like, was intrumental in saving the life of Jeff Bauman. We came to learn that this man lost a son in Iraq and another to suicide. I hope someone is taking care of this kind soul even to the extent of perhaps creating a fund to reward him for his heroism. – Steve from Montreal
Anderson, I am a fan, and a psychologist (interested in trauma). I just saw your great comments an interview on the Boston bombing.
I think it would be a very good time now for your to process some of this trauma stuff with a pro. Trauma can get to anyone.
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