How to Help Las Vegas Victims and Families

After the tragic events last Sunday night in Las Vegas at the Route 91 Harvest Festival, many innocent lives were lost and hundreds were left injured.

The countless stories told of those risking their lives to save others and the long lines to donate blood show just how great human beings can be. Others have stepped up as well to help the victims and their families. So far the UFC, Michael Bloomberg, Zappos, Kris Bryant and Bryce Harper and many more have done their part. Here’s how you can too:

– Zappos is matching all donations to their Crowdwise fundraising campaign up to $1 million. 100% of the proceeds will help support victims and their families through a partnership with The Direct Impact Fund. More details

– A GoFund Me page has been set up by Steve Sisolak, the Clark County Commission chair from Las Vegas. The campaign has raised over $9 million already with a goal of $15 million to help support victims and their families. More details

Kris Bryant and Bryce Harper are helping to get the word out about the Clark Country fundraising campaign. 100% of the proceeds will go directly to the victims through the National Compassion Fund. More details

– Diamond Resorts will be matching up to $1 million in donations. Proceeds will go to both the victims of Las Vegas and victims of Hurricane Maria and Irma. More details

– If you’d like to help support gun control, Michael Bloomberg is matching donations up to $1 million dollars to nonprofit organization Everytown for Gun Safety. More details