help us support victims of the las vegas shooting

The shooting in Vegas hits very close to home in many ways. We are deeply saddened by what happened. These are people just like us who just wanted to go hear music and enjoy themselves. We've collected several ways you can help the victims and their families. Whether it's donating money, donating blood or advocating for gun reform. On an average day, 93 Americans are killed with guns, groups like Everytown are advocating for common sense gun reform. Text ACT to 64433 to receive updates on how to action against gun violence in your community.  Make your voice heard with your elected officials : Find your senator Find your representative How to Contact Your Elected Officials Donate Money: Southern Nevada chapter of the American Red Cross is accepting donations online or by phone 702-369-3674. Steve Sisolak, Clark County Commission Chair from Las Vegas, along with the Sheriff Joe Lombardo set up a GoFundMe to raise funds to provide relief and financial support to the victims and families.  National Compassion Fund, overseen by the National Center for Victims of Crime, will send 100% of proceeds directly to the victims. In the past they’ve partnered with victims of 9/11, Sandy Hook and Pulse Nightclub.  Volunteers in Medicine in Southern Nevada provide free services for those who don’t have health insurance. Founded in 2008, VMSN’s vision is ensure every man, woman and child in Southern Nevada has access to health care. Donate Blood: You don’t have to be in Las Vegas to donate blood. By donating locally, less of the national blood supply will need to be directed to maintaining local hospitals, and can instead be directed to help in high-need areas.  Find the closest donation location to you via the American Red Cross HERE

The shooting in Vegas hits very close to home in many ways. We are deeply saddened by what happened. These are people just like us who just wanted to go hear music and enjoy themselves. We've collected several ways you can help the victims and their families. Whether it's donating money, donating blood or advocating for gun reform.

On an average day, 93 Americans are killed with guns, groups like Everytown are advocating for common sense gun reform. Text ACT to 64433 to receive updates on how to action against gun violence in your community. 

Make your voice heard with your elected officials :

Find your senator

Find your representative

How to Contact Your Elected Officials

Donate Money:

Southern Nevada chapter of the American Red Cross is accepting donations online or by phone 702-369-3674.

Steve Sisolak, Clark County Commission Chair from Las Vegas, along with the Sheriff Joe Lombardo set up a GoFundMe to raise funds to provide relief and financial support to the victims and families. 

National Compassion Fund, overseen by the National Center for Victims of Crime, will send 100% of proceeds directly to the victims. In the past they’ve partnered with victims of 9/11, Sandy Hook and Pulse Nightclub. 

Volunteers in Medicine in Southern Nevada provide free services for those who don’t have health insurance. Founded in 2008, VMSN’s vision is ensure every man, woman and child in Southern Nevada has access to health care.

Donate Blood:

You don’t have to be in Las Vegas to donate blood. By donating locally, less of the national blood supply will need to be directed to maintaining local hospitals, and can instead be directed to help in high-need areas. 

Find the closest donation location to you via the American Red Cross HERE