How to help those affected by Orlando mass shooting

The world is mourning the loss of all the victims that died in Sunday’s worst mass shooting in the history of the United States.

In response to Sunday’s mass shooting in Orlando, the Red Cross issued a statement asking any eligible individuals who want to help donate blood to make an appointment in the coming weeks and months.

To make an appointment, you can use the Red Cross Blood Donor App, call 1-800-RED CROSS, or click here.

And to donate money to Orlando Hospitals, you can click here.

On Sunday night, over a hundred people gathered at Seitz Park, their solidarity bringing a feeling of hope to a devastated nation.

If you weren’t able to attend the vigil at Seitz Park on Sunday night, there are several other events happening in both Michigan and Indiana on Monday and throughout the week.

To see a full list of vigils happening across the country, click here.

Equality Florida has set up a gofundme page dedicated to the victims and families affected by the horrific shooting at Orlando’s Pulse nightclub.

In just 16 hours, 32,000 people raised nearly $1.3 million to support the victims of the Pulse nightclub.

To donate, click here.

And the global nonprofit organization, Planting Peace, has also set up a donations site, this one through crowdrise.

Money donated through the Planting Peace fundraiser will go towards helping with funeral costs of the victims and other medical bills.

To donate, click here.

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