We all remember where we were on Sept. 11, 2001. As for myself, I was away from home, having flown into San Diego from New York the night before. As a director on the FPA’s national board, I was gearing up for our board meeting and annual conference. I received a call from my wife after the first plane hit the north tower.

The board and staff of FPA gathered in the hotel lobby and watched in disbelief and dismay. Shocked and horrified, we all shared the desire to be able to do something — anything — to help.

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