Longing for a hug

OneFamily, the only national organization dedicated to the rehabilitation of victims of terror, helps preserve the memories of loved ones through a special project.

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September 26, 2013 16:52
OneFamily Fund

OneFamily Fund 521. (photo credit: Seth J. Frantzman)

 
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