Noah Pozner, the youngest of the victims of Friday’s tragic elementary school massacre in Newtown, Connecticut. He, along with 19 other classmates and 6 teachers in the school were murdered by a lone gunman.
“He had a huge heart and he was so much fun, a little bit rambunctious, lots of spirit,” Noah’s aunt, Victoria Haller, told CNN. “He was really the light of the room.”
Noah was also a twin. Noah had a twin sister who survived that day since she was in another classroom.
The families of Twiniversity and families around the globe can help us honor Noah by assisting us with planting a tree in New York City's Central Park.
Details of the donation can be found at:
Any donations will help towards our goal of $5000*.
For a gift of $5,000, we will have the opportunity to select an existing tree, with the assistance of a Conservancy tree expert.
In-Park recognition of your contribution is an engraved granite paving stone installed at the southern end of Literary Walk/Elm Mall.
The paving stone may be engraved with the name of the tree, the species selected, the year endowed, the donor’s name and the name of someone the donor wishes to honor or memorialize
Thank you so much for taking the time to read this, and thank you in advance for your donation.
Natalie Diaz, Founder of Twiniversity and Mother of Twins, Anna and John.
*Anything over the $5000 collected will go to a trust that the family has set up for Noah's siblings.