Gabrielle Giffords's Husband Suggests Organizations to Support
Gabrielle Giffords's Husband Suggests Organizations to Support
Reporting on Politics and Policy.
Jan. 10 2011 9:05 AM

Gabrielle Giffords's Husband Suggests Organizations to Support

This press release from Mark Kelly, the husband of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-Ariz.), is worth posting in full.

On behalf of Gabby and our entire family, I want to extend our heartfelt gratitude to the people of Arizona and this great nation for their unbelievable outpouring of support. Gabby was doing what she loved most – hearing from her constituents – when this tragedy occurred. Serving Southern Arizonans is her passion, and nothing makes her more proud than representing them in Congress.

Like all Americans, we mourn the loss of Judge John M. Roll, Christina Taylor Green, Dorothy Morris, Phyllis Schneck, Dorwan Stoddard and Gabe Zimmerman, a fine man and beloved member of Gabby’s team. We must never forget them, and our prayers are with their families. Our hearts go out to everyone injured yesterday; we hope and pray for their quick recovery. We also extend our thanks and appreciation to all of the first responders, medical personnel, law enforcement, and Arizona citizens who acted swiftly on Saturday and continue to assist our community through this tragedy. Many stories of heroism are emerging, and they are a source of strength for us during this difficult time. We are forever grateful.

Many of you have offered help. There is little that we can do but pray for those who are struggling. If you are inspired to make a positive gesture, consider two organizations that Gabby has long valued and supported: Tucson’s Community Food Bank and the American Red Cross.    

Community Food Bank 
3003 S Country Club Rd # 221 
Tucson, AZ 85713-4084  (520) 622-0525    

American Red Cross, Southern Arizona Chapter 
2916 East Broadway Boulevard Tucson,
AZ 85716 (520) 318-6740

David Weigel is a reporter for the Washington Post. 

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