We are working toward raising funds to help build the permanent memorial for the heroes of Flight 93. Our goal is for every person to donate 93 cents for our cause.
The Flight 93 national Memorial is the nation’s tribute to the 40 passengers and crew members aboard United Flight 93 who lost their lives on September 11, 2001. A $30 million capital campaign, directed by the National Park Foundation, will support the construction of the memorial as the central feature of a new national Park near Shanksville, Pennsylvania. Learn more about Our Mission
September 10, 2015
Grand Opening of the Visitor’s Center at the Flight 93 Memorial
September 11, 2015
14th Anniversary Memorial Service at the Flight 93 National Memorial in Shanksville, PA
October 9,10 2015
Women of Worth Retreat at Loyola Retreat Center
October 25, 2015
Poor Clares Annual Brunch Gala – E 4oth & Euclid
In the News: Hundreds of Flight 93 families, others gather in Shanksville for visitor center openingSHANKSVILLE, Pa. — Several hundred people braved gray, threatening skies to attend today’s dedication of the Flight 93 National Memorial Visitor Center on a Pennsylvania hilltop where United Flight 93 crashed on Sept 11, 14 years ago. The visitor center... read more
In the News: Akron-area students attend Flight 93 dedication Friday, vow to continue their fundraisingBy Michael Sangiacomo, The Plain Dealer SHANKSVILLE, Pa. — A busload of Akron-area students were in Shanksville Friday wearing “Flight 93” T-shirts with images of the 40 passengers and crew who died when their plane crashed in the Pennsylvania hills... read more
A beautiful, permanent memorial to honor the heroism of those who gave their lives on Flight 93.