NEW YORK, April 9, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Century 21 Department Store is partnering with the nonprofit organization Tuesday's Children to raise money for programs and services for the families of 9/11 victims. Beginning April 9th through the month of September, Century 21 shoppers can exclusively download the song "Survivor Tree" by Men In My Head for just $1, with all proceeds benefitting Tuesday's Children. The song, which was written and performed by Century 21 Co-Owner Eddie Gindi, embodies the emotional journey of those affected by the 9/11 catastrophe. (Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20121113/NY11144LOGO ) As a second generation, family-owned business, Century 21's downtown flagship location has been the area's fashion anchor for over 50 years. The store was at the center of the 9/11 disaster and its reopening marked a pivotal point in the rebirth of lower Manhattan. "The song 'Survivor Tree' is dedicated to the human spirit and to those who persevered through an act as horrific as that day," said Eddie Gindi, Co-Owner of Century 21 Department Store. "I wanted to find a way to share the song and use it to help those who suffered so grievously a loss and whose lives are still impacted by the tragedy. Tuesday's Children is dedicated to helping the victims of 9/11 heal and Century 21 is committed to supporting this worthy cause." Terry Sears, Executive Director of Tuesday's Children, said, "We are honored to be partnering with Century 21 and working together on the 'Survivor Tree' song campaign. It's such a natural fit, given the iconic store was so greatly impacted on September 11th, 2001. Tuesday's Children is thrilled that Century 21 will be raising awareness and funds for our programs and services that support all of those impacted on that day." About Century 21 Department Store: Century 21 Department Store, established in 1961, is legendary for its exceptional offering of pure designer merchandise in every category at 40-65% off retail every day. A leader in high-end fashion retail for over 50 years, Century 21 Department Store offers men's, women's and children's apparel, footwear, outerwear, lingerie and accessories along with cosmetics and home goods at select stores. The retailer is headquartered in Downtown Manhattan, with other locations in Brooklyn, Paramus, Morristown, Long Island, Queens, Lincoln Square Manhattan and coming soon to The Outlet Collection Jersey Garden as well as online at www.c21stores.com. About Tuesday's Children: Tuesday's Children has made a long-term commitment to meet the needs of every individual directly impacted by the events of September 11, 2001. We provide support at each and every stage of life through innovative, needs-based programs and mental health support. Our international initiative Project Common Bond unites young people from around the globe to share their common experience of losing a loved one in a terrorist act to heal together and learn important leadership and peace-building skills. Tuesday's Children's strength is building community which has a profound and positive impact on collective healing. To learn more, visit www.tuesdayschildren.org.