For Pete's Sake - Invitation from Tina Schweid '94

FOR PETE’S SAKE - Friends of Peter Alderman
ANNUAL WALK - Sunday, September 12, 2010 at 11:00 am Rain or Shine!

Peter Alderman was a dear friend of mine who was tragically killed on September 11th, 2001.  Peter had such an amazing spirit; he could make anyone smile by just being around him. He made my "teenage" years so much fun I miss him a lot... 

Please join us on Sunday September 12th, 2010 for the 2nd annual Friends of Peter C. Alderman walk. If you can't attend the walk please support me instead.

All the information about the event as well as the charity his family created in his honor is below.
Thank you!!

Tina Kunkin Schweid '94

We’ll walk 1.4 miles from Mt. Kisco Train Station
to Lexington Square Café for a celebratory lunch
To register or support a walker go to:

The Mission of the Peter C. Alderman Foundation (PCAF) is to heal the wounds of victims of terrorism and mass violence by training doctors and establishing trauma treatment systems around the globe.

The Peter C. Alderman Foundation has touched the lives of over 100,000 victims of terrorism and mass violence in 11 countries on four continents.

Any Questions?
P.O. Box 278
Bedford, NY
TEL: 1.888.764.1804
FAX: 1.914.764.3090

Peter Alderman was murdered by terrorists on September 11, 2001. He was 25 years old. To honor his memory, we chose to help people around the world who had survived terrorism and mass violence but were left unable to live productive lives because of incapacitating traumatic depression.

One billion people, a sixth of humanity, have directly experienced torture, terrorism or mass violence. Survivors suffer incapacitating PTSD
and traumatic depression. Untreated, the problem can extend into the next generation and beyond.

The solution is to train indigenous caregivers and establish culturally appropriate trauma treatment clinics in post conflict countries around the globe. PCAF can then help to return 90% of these victims to productive lives.

Barron’s named the Peter C. Alderman Foundation one of the ten most effective small charities in America”