Collierville Survivors Fund

On September 23, 2021, a gunman killed one person and wounded fourteen others at a Kroger grocery store in Collierville, TN. The National Compassion Fund, in partnership with the Community Foundation of Greater Memphis and Victims First, has created the Collierville Survivors Fund to benefit the surviving family members of the woman killed, those who were wounded, and those who were present in the store and traumatized by this horrific event. 

 The National Compassion Fund, a subsidiary of the National Center for Victims of Crime, is the 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to collecting and distributing charitable contributions in the aftermath of mass casualty crime.

Mass shooting families across the nation are devastated that families from yet another mass shooting are grieving and 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 family of Olivia King who was murdered, those wounded (some still in the hospital), and those wounded and terrorized.

We are now collecting donations to make sure the victims’ families and those who survived the direct impact of this shooting receive donations DIRECTLY in order to protect them from fraud and exploitation.
  • Automotive Distribution Network 
    • $5,000 (Offline)
    • 27 d
  • Gretchen Fitzpatrick 
    • $1,000 (Offline)
    • 27 d
  • Janice Way 
    • $200 (Offline)
    • 27 d
  • CommentSold  
    • $10,000 (Offline)
    • 27 d
  • Stratas Foods 
    • $5,000 (Offline)
    • 27 d
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Organizer and beneficiary

Victims First 
Chino Hills, CA
National Compassion Fund 
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