National Park Service
Friends of Flight 93
The Friends of Flight 93 is an ambitious group of local residents as well as family members of the passengers and crew and interested parties from around the country, who joined with the National Park Service to create this new long-term non-profit organization. The Friends efforts will ensure grassroots involvement that was invaluable to the planning and design of the memorial, will not end with dedication and completion of the permanent memorial.
Families of Flight 93, Inc
The Families of Flight 93, Inc. is a private non-profit 501(C) 3 organization established to assist in developing and sustaining a permanent memorial to the crew and passengers of United Airlines Flight 93. A fifteen-member board of directors presides over the operations, and maintains communication with the immediate and extended family members of the passengers and crew of Flight 93.
National Park Foundation
The National Park Foundation administers the Capital Campaign, with two full-time dedicated staff, plus the administrative support of the Foundation. The congressionally-chartered Foundation is the national charitable partner of America's national parks.
Flight 93 Advisory Commission
2) the management plan for the national memorial to the Secretary; (completed; Record of Decision signed July 2007); and
3) the boundary for the national memorial to the Secretary. (completed; approved by the Secretary of Interior January 2005).
As an advisory body, the Commission heard reports and proposals from its committees and sent forward recommendations to the NPS and Department of the Interior leadership.
Flight 93 Memorial Task Force
Did You Know?
In past September 11 ceremonies, first responders, community leaders and recovery workers have participated by ringing the "Bells of Remembrance." The bells ring during the time of the crash, 10:03 AM, while the names of Flight 93 crew and passengers are read aloud.