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A Roundup of GofundMe Accounts and Other Resources to Help the Survivors of Uvalde and Buffalo

3:14 PM PDT on May 25, 2022

    Uvalde Mass Shooting

    Screenshot via: GoFundMe

    Yesterday, heartbreaking news broke that another mass shooting had taken place, this time at Robb Elementary School, in a predominantly Latino community in Uvalde Texas. The shooting which resulted in the death of 19 children and two adults is the 27th school shooting this year alone. 

    This happened just 10 days after a racially motivated shooting occurred at a Tops supermarket in Buffalo, N.Y., where the lives of 10 people majority of them black, were taken by a teenage gunman.

    Both of the shootings have left people in shock and wondering: What can we do to help?

    So, L.A. TACO put together a shortlist of resources and donation links that will help both Uvalde Texas and  Buffalo, N.Y. victims, and survivors. 



    Gofundme has established a hub for verified accounts that are asking for donations for the shooting in Texas and can be accessed here.

    A separate Gofundme account was also created for victims and survivors, don't here. 

    This fundraiser was created for Xavier Javier Lopez, age 10, who was tragically killed in yesterday's shooting, donate here.

    Los Verdes Supporter Group (Austin, TX) is raising funds for the families in Uvalde, TX, affected by the horrific school shooting at Robb Elementary. Donate here.

    The school district in Uvalde has also partnered with First State Bank of Uvalde to support Robb Elementary families. Donate here.


    South Texas Blood and Tissue, is holding an emergency blood drive today at Herby Ham Activity Center from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. local time. Visit to find available slots.


    Rep. Tony Gonzales made a call for mental health experts to contact his office to figure out the best way to provide support and resources to those impacted by yesterday's tragedy.



    Donations are needed for Margus D Morrison one of the 10 victims of the mass shooting in New York,  Gofundme Here.

    Donate to Daemen Alum, donate here. 

    “This fundraiser is dedicated to Andre Mackniel, age 53, who died getting a birthday cake for his 3-year-old son.” (source: FORTUNE) Donate here. 

    Gofundme set up for Aaron Salter III, donations can be made here.

    Mental Health

    "Made for Lamont Thomas, Julie Harwell, and their 8-year-old daughter Londin, this fund will go to helping the family that survived the shooting but is now dealing with mental health issues." (source: FORTUNE) donate here.

    This page will be updated as more GoFundMe accounts are created. 

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