Last Vegas Shooting: How to Extend Love and Help to the Victims

Nowadays, there a lot of shootings that happened across the globe. One of these tragic events occurred during a musical concert at Route 91 Harvest Festival in Las Vegas. The gunman was positioned at the Mandalay Bay and Casino. The firing began on the evening of October 1, 2017 while the country music singer Jason Aldean was performing on stage. The country star described the shooting as beyond horrific.

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Here are the ways on how you can help the victims and their families:

1. Stop Hoaxes and Respect the Victims


Encourage people to take the situation seriously and stop making fun of it. It was reported by Houston Chronicle that there are people who shared photos of innocent man stating that he is the gunman. Make sure to check the credibility of the news before posting it on your accounts.

2. Reach out to Red Cross

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Donate to the organization to support their operations at times like this. You can visit their website on how you can send help.

3. Blood and Mental Health Matters

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If you think you are fit and healthy, your blood donation can go far in times like this. You can arrange an appointment to United Blood Services near Las Vegas.

Help in psychological and emotional healing by supporting Volunteers in Medicine of Southern Nevada.

4. Monetary Donations

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You can contribute to the fund raised by the National Center for Victims of Crime. Communicate with them through their official website.

5. Help Families Reunite With Loved Ones

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This is the number 1-866-535-5654 released by Las Vegas police to help those families reunite with their loved ones who went missing after the shooting.

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