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  our mission
    Ira Zaslow, an outstanding family man, dedicated colleague and dear friend was a person who wanted his children, family and friends to contribute to their community and exhibit the strong moral character he so greatly possessed. To honor him and carry on his special legacy within our family, we have established this site.

The primary goal of this Foundation will be to honor the heroes & victims of the September 11th attacks on the World Trade Center in New York as well as the continued goal of ridding terrorism from our lives and the future lives to come. Through the generous support and donations of family, friends and colleagues, the Foundation plans to help build memorials, provide crisis counseling for victims, implement an academic scholarship in Ira’s name, and execute several other cause related projects in the weeks, months and years to come.


The Ira Zaslow Foundation has been established in order to provide our children with a safe and encouraging environment to grow and play in, to acknowledge children who excel in academics and sports and to promote peace, fairness and understanding among      all cultures in our community.


“Our main goal is to make a difference in the lives of New Yorkers,” said 26-year-old Bryan Zaslow. “My father was always an active member of his community - if he were here to see some of the Foundations goals carried out in his name, he'd be proud.”

This site is designed to bring you closer to the life of Ira, as well as keep all of his friends, family and colleagues together. As you will see, this site is designed to keep you updated on the events and progress of the Ira Zaslow Foundation. Each page of this site will take you into another side of the foundation including updates of the foundation's current projects and goals, any new events, the weather (which will certainly be useful for his paddle ball buddies), as well as different discoveries and abstract thoughts.

Please take a moment to browse through the site, register with our mailing list and take a moment to email us your comments, thoughts and or criticisms. Although we are aware that this site may have some grammatical errors and some "bumps" along the way, this site was made with love and honor for a man whose legacy will always live on.