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-- years later can you believe it tomorrow September 11 the anniversary.
-- joined now by two gentlemen have decided to turn this day into an optimistic one David Paine and Jay winning.
Great to see you they have an organization called my good.
Eat right yes tell me about it -- -- -- -- is a nonprofit group that was created by the 9/11 community -- I helped co found that.
And the idea is just to encourage people to go out on September 11.
And do a good -- some some way to pay tribute to those that were lost but also our military and others are -- service in response -- the attacks.
-- abyss almost right away and -- you lost your brother in the 9/11 attacks what does it mean for you personally.
To be part of this campaign.
Well it's very important to me and my family my brother Glen was Bob volunteer firefighter and he -- -- as the rescuers -- he lived his life and died in service to other people's.
To encourage people to do good -- service on 9/11 all over the world is very meaningful to me.
You have this sort of platform that you travel -- And it says I will which -- the name -- -- campaign and what I love about it is you have a leash out there she's she's technically be high.
What is important have the human mean as part of the message.
Well that's really the whole idea the 9/11 day campaign we want people to say what they will do for 9/11 there.
Pledged -- good deed and what's remarkable us.
Literally there over a 100000 people have already come to our web site 9/11 day dot org and -- -- all these amazing things that they're doing on September 11.
People that are driving cancer patients to treatment centers even children that are promising to make their -- for the day.
So the two gentlemen behind us here wanted to -- -- from Wisconsin you found out he's going to be doing what.
-- well that one is owns a subway locally and he's going to be giving free food out to military veterans and another is.
Is a veteran and he's -- making a donation to disabled veterans.
And this year so it's one -- like literally hundreds of thousands of tributes that are happening around them.
The country and the world today.
Very -- it's very reminiscent to the way people responded right after the attacks whenever people they do.
Everybody put aside their differences we were all human beings are all just want to contribute and -- -- And do whatever we could put people in need so that's really the Genesis of this.
Remember those days when you would drive down the street you'd hear the honking horns -- honoring the firefighters and responders coming down to Manhattan to help out.
If people want to get involved in this wonderful organization it's 911 -- or right.
And we will -- that as well to FOX & Friends dot com.
Guys and have the best day possible and no it's no more in time for you as well but it's a great organization they they appreciated thank you go back inside.
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