Internet Helps Propel Donations for U.S. Attack Victims

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NEW YORK — Charities have already collected more than $200 million for victims of the terrorist attacks, much of it spurred by the ease of donating over the Internet.

Many charity officials believe that the amount raised for victims of the Sept. 11 catastrophe will eclipse the total collected after other major disasters, including the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing.

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