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Boulder Shooting Survivors' Fund

Tax deductible
100% of what we collect will go DIRECTLY to the survivors of the mass shooting that took place in Boulder at King Soopers on March 22, 2021. Our mass shooting families across the nation are devastated that families from yet another mass shooting in Colorado have now joined us all in grief and are now on the path to learning how to navigate what will become a new way of thinking, feeling and living.

Our prayers are with the families of Denny Stong, 20; Neven Stanisic, 23; Rikki Olds, 25; Tralona Bartkowiak, 49; Teri Leiker, 51; Officer Eric Talley, 51; Suzanne Fountain, 59; Kevin Mahoney, 61; Lynn Murray, 62; and Jody Waters, 65 and all those who survived this mass shooting at King Soopers.

We are now collecting donations in order to make sure the victims’ families and those who survived the direct impact of this event receive the funds Directly and to protect them from fraud and exploitation. Our families have been re-victimized in the past by non-profits that collect funds for themselves after a mass shooting saying they will “support” the families which is usually the verbiage used when donations do not go directly to the victim base itself.

We vowed this would never happen again, so families of the deceased from the Columbine, VaTech, Northern Illinois University, the Aurora theater shooting, the Oak Creek Sikh Temple shooting, and Newtown (Sandy Hook) joined together to help establish the National Compassion Fund with the National Center of Victims of Crime. Since then, families from across the nation from other mass shootings including Tucson, Vegas, Alturas, Santa Barbara (Isla Vista), Roseburg, and Orlando Pulse and others have endorsed the National Compassion Fund.

The National Compassion Fund has so far distributed funds directly to survivors of 14 mass casualty crimes, including the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando; the Las Vegas Harvest Festival Shooting; the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, FL; the Walmart shooting in El Paso, TX, and the Brewery shooting in Milwaukee.

The funds collected by the Fund go DIRECTLY to the families of those who were killed, people who were physically injured, and survivors who were on site at the time of the shooting and suffered psychological trauma. These gifts to survivors are in the form of financial payments with no strings attached, thereby fulfilling the full intent of the donors (you).

We will make sure that if the National Compassion Fund cannot administer this fund, we will find a way to get the funds directly to the families.

Please join with our families across the nation to help our new, unfortunate family of the March 22nd shooting in Colorado. They need you now.

Donations 

  • Anonymous
    • $65 
    • 2 yrs
  • William Kirby
    • $200 
    • 3 yrs
  • Hospitality @ Work
    • $400 
    • 3 yrs
  • Zoe Dutton
    • $124 
    • 3 yrs
  • Anonymous
    • $30 
    • 3 yrs

Organizer

Victims First
Organizer
Los Angeles, CA
National Center for Victims of Crime
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