The National Compassion Fund provides a single, trusted way for the public to donate directly to victims of a mass crime, such as a shooting or terrorist attack. It has responded to the Fort Hood shooting, the Aurora theater shooting, and the shooting in the Pulse Nightclub.

The Compassion Fund was developed by the National Center for Victims of Crime in partnership with victims and family members from past mass casualty crimes, including those from Sandy Hook, Aurora, Virginia Tech, Oak Creek Temple, NIU, Columbine, and 9/11.

View our FAQ to learn more about the Fund

You can also donate to our general fund to help ensure we can continue to deploy the fund for future mass crimes.