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JR's Angels is a proud partner with the United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern NJ. Our donor number is 50310.
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JR's Angels Inc.
P.O. Box 33
Pitman NJ, 08071-0033
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About Our Organization
On September 11, 2001, John M. Rodak was suddenly taken in the horrific tragedy that occurred at the
World Trade Center Towers. During that time of uncertainty, the outpouring of support and generosity to the Rodak family was the strength behind their ability to focus on their own healing and
maintain a continued belief in human goodness. The family and friends of John pledged to give back to their community in his honor. As a result, JR'S Angels Inc. was
JR's Angels is an IRS registered nonprofit foundation. Our mission? To provide help and assistance to communities, organizations and individuals in need. Our hope is that through your generosity and others such as yourself, we can accomplish our goals.
Through our annual fundraisers and generous donations from our supporters, we are able to raise money to accomplish to our mission. 100% of our proceeds benefit various charities and individuals in need.
In the summer of 2016, Timothy P. Oliver published a beautiful tribute to those innocent people who lost their lives on 9/11. John Rodak had the honor of being one of those people. Finding Fifteen takes the reader on a six-month journey to locate families, friends and colleagues of 15 victims of that tragic day 15 years later. In more than 55 exclusive interviews from around the nation, this book honors the lives, and relives the final moments, of 15 innocent Americans caught up in the attacks on 9/11.