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This fundraising event was organized in only 3 days.

Despites the short notice, we were joined by the Braintree Fire Department and the American Red Cross on Saturday (9/22/01) at the Braintree Shell Gas Station.  We have distributed 100's of Free Remembrance Decals to the public, and have raised the total amount of $800 in this 3 hours event.

100% of the donations were sent to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund to aid the victims' families of the tragic event on 9/11/2001.

9-11 Remembrance Decal A

Sign Business Magazine

Sign Business Magazine

December 2001 issue.

9-11 Remembrance Decal B

Copyright of the designs above was received and granted by the US Copyright Office.

Letter form the NY Mayor

Letter from the Former NY Mayor

American Red Cross

Certificate from the American Red Cross

Thank you letter

A letter from the Kingston Girl Scouts Troop #310

Thank you for all your support!

Signs and Prints' Owner - Larry Chan

Vinyl plotter

Machine cut out the decals on a roll of vinyl.


Volunteer peels off "weeding" the unwanted parts of each decal.

Fund raising event banner

Banner was hung at the Braintree Shell Gas Station.

Fire Truck Window Decals

Braintree Fire Dept. proudly displays the Remembrance Decal on their fire truck window.

Red Cross van

American Red Cross' van with the Remembrance Decal on its rear window.

Fund raising

Joined by the Braintree Fire Dept. and the American Red Cross.

Decal printing

We donated 1,000 collection can labels to the American Red Cross - Boston office.

Fire truck

Firefighters collect cash donations with their boots.

Fund raising newsclip

Appears in Braintree Forum Newspaper (October 3, 2001)

Braintree Fire Station Banner

The banner was then given to the fire station as a gift.

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