Fundraiser collecting money for Las Vegas shooting victims


Another way to help shooting victims nationwide is to donate blood regardless of whether you live near Las Vegas or not.

A fundraiser started by local officials has raised more than $9.2 million for the victims of Sunday night's mass shooting in Las Vegas.

Donate money: Organizations are providing immediate and long-term support to victims.

The Red Cross is calling for blood donations in the Las Vegas area and elsewhere.

'On behalf of our Las Vegas community, I wish to say thank you to our global community who remind us from moment to moment that we are not alone, ' he adds.

Laila Saleh says she donates, "because I made it out unharmed and hundreds of people can not say the same".

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Police said Paddock, 64, was found dead when authorities stormed his Mandalay Bay hotel room. Warren is the public affairs officer for Fais Foley Warren, owner of The Ogden .

The National Center for Victims of Crime could not be reached for comment Wednesday.

Sisolak teamed up with the Clark County sheriff to create a GoFundMe page for the victims of the Las Vegas shooting. It is the deadliest mass shooting in modern us history, with at least 59 killed and 527 injured. Sisolak's campaign is verified, but not all GoFundMe campaigns are.

Do you know of other ways people can help those affected by the Las Vegas shooting? "We're going to be handling those on a case-by-case basis". They saw people in need, and they went to their aid.

Whithorne said the website will keep its typical donation fees in place, which are are 7.9 percent and 30 cents per donation.

These numbers are likely to continue climbing, which means the demand for blood donations is at a crucial level.