Helping Victims/Survivors of the Recent Rash of Mass Shootings
The recent mass shootings in Louisville, Kentucky, and Dadeville, Alabama deeply sadden us at VictimsFirst. Our hearts go out to the victims and their families during this difficult time.
The shooting that took place on April 15, 2023, at Chickasaw Park in Louisville and at the Old National Bank branch in downtown Louisville on April 10, 2023, has once again left us all in disbelief. We offer our sincere condolences to the families of those who lost their lives and wish a speedy recovery to those injured.
If you would like to donate to the victims and survivors of these shootings, you can do so through the two funds below. The National Compassion Fund ensures that 100% of all donations collected go DIRECTLY to victims/survivors.
Furthermore, we express our deepest sympathy to the four victims who were killed in the April 15, 2023 mass shooting at the ‘Sweet 16’ celebration at Mahogany Masterpiece Dance Studio in Dadeville, Alabama. Our thoughts are with their families and loved ones during this time of grief and mourning.
VictimsFirst has limited funds available to provide emergency financial assistance to the victims/survivors of these shootings and other mass casualty crimes through our National Mass Shooting Victims' Fund. Victims and survivors can apply for immediate financial assistance by filling out the electronic form located here.
You can donate to our National Mass Shooting Victims' Fund, which ensures 100% goes directly to victims and survivors of mass violence, by clicking here and donating through Zeffy.
We also want to remind donors that they can still donate to victims of the mass shooting at the Covenant School in Nashville, Tennessee by donating to our Nashville Covenant Victims' Fund. Again, 100% of donations collected will go directly to victims and wounded survivors.
We stand in solidarity with the affected communities and urge everyone to come together and support one another during this difficult time. We extend our resources to those in need and remain committed to our mission of providing direct assistance and care to victims of mass violence.