In agreement with everyone in the company, I wanted to do something to be a part of the reconstruction, which is why we have decided to make a donation through SRO Paris.
"Thank you to everyone who has shared the picture and for your kind words", Windsor continued.
She said he thanked her for the photo and that he "will find a special place for it".
Days ago, she wrote, "I took this photo as we were leaving #NotreDame about an hour before it caught on fire". Now I wish I had.
In a separate tweet, Windsor added, "He reached out to me here on Twitter. He has chosen to remain anonymous in the wake of tragedy, and writes: 'Thanks again for that handsome photo, we will find a special place for it.' Thank you to everyone who has shared the picture and for your kind words".
Her post on Monday quickly went viral, receiving more than 460,000 likes and over 200,000 shares.
Around World, 'Our Hearts Ache' at Notre Dame Cathedral Fire
Janega, 46, felt helpless as the monstrous, billowing clouds mushroomed from the top of the cathedral . In a tweet later, she thanked firefighters and others who formed a human chain to save artifacts.
A judicial police official told The Associated Press that investigators made an initial assessment of the cathedral Wednesday but don't have a green light to search Notre Dame's charred interior because of ongoing safety hazards.
"The city of Jerusalem and its residents are saddened by the hard events that took place at the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris".
Large aspects of the 850-year-old building collapsed in the fire and a number of historical artefacts destroyed in the fire.
Also, this week, a French-born rabbi from a West Bank settlement said the blaze that engulfed the cathedral might be a punishment from God as "the first big Talmud burning was in Paris, there in the plaza of the Notre Dame Cathedral".
"So yes, we will rebuild Notre Dame Cathedral even more lovely, and I want it to be completed within five years".
"The worst has been avoided, but the battle isn't fully won yet", Macron said.
Paris City Hall also held a ceremony in the firefighters' honor Thursday afternoon, with a Bach violin concert, two giant banners strung from the monumental city headquarters and readings from Victor Hugo's "The Hunchback of Notre Dame".