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Who We Are

Our community is made up of a diverse group of individuals who have faced unimaginable challenges and emerged with remarkable resilience and strength. We are comprised of both first responders and survivors of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings, who have navigated the physical and emotional aftermath of this tragic event. Despite the obstacles we have encountered, we have refused to be defined by our trauma and have instead chosen to focus on the future. Our community is growing and spans across the globe, connecting individuals who have found the courage to rebuild their lives and find hope in the face of adversity.

We understand how crucial it is to connect with others who have gone through similar forms of trauma for our own healing process. That's why we are committed to being there for the survivors of future acts of hate and terror, regardless of where they occur in the world.


Our aim is to share our first-hand experiences and provide a unique perspective on how to move forward, especially during those initial bewildering weeks and months. We aspire to assist in the healing process of trauma survivors and their families.

ResilienceNet, an app by One World Strong, is a game-changer for those seeking support and resources. Whether you're a survivor, first responder, refugee, or victim, this app connects you with relevant practitioners and services, no matter where you are. Say goodbye to the frustration of searching for help - ResilienceNet has got your back!


Meeting with civic, government, and religious leaders, first responders and survivors in the United Kingdom.

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