Pitney Bowes lends support to National September 11 Memorial & Museum

Pitney Bowes is proud to support the work of the National September 11 Memorial & Museum, to ensure that the lessons of 9/11 are not lost to future generations. The sponsorship honors four Pitney Bowes employees who died that day. 

Pitney Bowes is providing technology to help the 9/11 Memorial identify potential donors and increase its supporter base; digitize millions of historical documents and images; and enhance the experience for visitors. A grant from the Pitney Bowes Foundation will support educational programs.

"It is vitally important to remember, and explain to future generations, the tragic events that took place on 9/11, and to honor those who died or were injured," said Murray D. Martin, Chairman, President and CEO of Pitney Bowes. "We are humbled by the work of the 9/11 Memorial and proud to support it in memory of our lost colleagues."

Syed Abdul Fatha, Paul Lisson, Howard Reich, and David Vargas worked at the World Trade Center as part of the Pitney Bowes team servicing our customer AON.