The unique design for the 2004 9/11 Campaign Poster (right) features the names of all contributors within the shapes of the twin towers surrrounded by the names of those lost on September 11th, 2001. Hundreds of family members, friends and sponsors participated in this project, taking advantage of an opportunity to have their personalized epitaphs and condolences incorporated into the design

(detail from the 2004 poster) Contributors provided personalized notes and remembrances becoming part of a growing legacy of tribute project produced annually to raise funds for a worthy cause.

The 9/11 Campaign poster for 2004
In collaboration with September's Mission, ArtAID created a design for the 9/11 Campaign that gives special recognition by naming those who contribute to this very important fundraiser to provide programming for the future Memorial at the site of the former World Trade Center.
With this fundraising initiative ArtAID joins forces with September's Mission, the only September 11th Organization to be formally endorsed by Governor Pataki and Lower Manhattan Development Corporation to do fundraising for the future Memorial at Ground Zero.
All contributors will be listed as a supporter on the 1st Annual 9/11 campaign poster, which will be distributed to those attending the 4th Anniversary Ceremony at Ground Zero and unveiled as a large memorial banner for that sacred event.
We would like to encourage everyone to consider making a remembrance donation of $49.11 (or any other amount ending in $9.11, 29.11, 199.11, etc.) in honor of the 4th Anniversary. For your generous donation ArtAID will make certain you receive a personal copy of the printed 9/11 Campaign poster with your name and dedication listed in the design. $9.11 of every donation made will go directly into the 9/11 Campaign fund in honor of your loved one.  Additional funds will go to support ArtAID's advocacy efforts & resource programs and production costs of the commemorative artwork.
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