Miller Valley Survivors’ Fund


The National Compassion Fund has established the Miller Valley Survivors’ Fund to support the victims and survivors of the horrible act of violence committed at the Molson Coors campus in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on February 26, 2020. The Fund will provide direct financial assistance to the families of those killed, and individuals injured or suffering psychological trauma from the shooting, which claimed the lives of five victims.

One hundred percent of the funds donated to this Fund will go directly to survivors and victims of this tragedy. Contributions made to this Fund are tax deductible. The National Compassion Fund is a subsidiary of the National Center for Victims of Crime, the nation’s leading resource and advocacy organization for crime victims and those who serve them. The National Center for Victims of Crime is a 501(c)3 nonprofit and a leading authority in compensating victims of mass casualty events. The National Compassion Fund has led distributions to victims of mass casualty events in Fort Hood (TX), Chattanooga (TN), Orlando (FL), Las Vegas (NV), Charlottesville (VA), Parkland (FL), Santa Fe and El Paso (TX), Jacksonville (FL), and Cincinnati (OH).

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Online donations can be made through the link below using GoFundMe. We recommend that gifts of $5,000 or greater be made by check or wire transfer.

To donate by Check:
Make Check Payable to: National Compassion Fund (indicate Miller Valley Survivors’ Fund in memo line)
Mail to: National Compassion Fund
1450 Duke Street
Alexandria, VA 22314

To donate by wire transfer, please send an email to [email protected] requesting wire information.

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One Fund El Paso

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In support of the Victims & Survivors of the terrible shooting at the Walmart store in El Paso, Texas, on August 3, 2019, the National Compassion Fund in collaboration with the Paso del Norte Community Foundation and the El Paso Community Foundation has established the One Fund El Paso to provide direct financial assistance to the families of those killed or injured by this atrocity.

One Hundred Percent (100%) of the funds donated to this Fund will go directly to those Survivors. Contributions made to this Fund are tax-deductible. The National Compassion Fund is a subsidiary of the National Center for Victims of Crime, the nation’s leading resource and advocacy organization for crime victims and those who serve them. The National Center for Victims of Crime is a 501(c)3 nonprofit and a leading authority compensating victims of mass casualty events. The National Compassion Fund has led distributions to victims of mass casualty events in Fort Hood (TX), Chattanooga (TN), Orlando (FL), Las Vegas (NV), Charlottesville (VA), Parkland (FL), Santa Fe (TX), Jacksonville (FL), Cincinnati (OH), Sebring (FL).

For information or questions about the fund please email: [email protected]

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The Fund Administrators will hold a public Town Hall meeting on Thursday, September 26, 2019 at Bonham Elementary School at 5:30 pm

7024 Cielo Vista Drive, El Paso, TX 79925 – Directions

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Regístrese para recibir actualizaciones sobre el Fondo – El Paso

En apoyo a las víctimas y sobrevivientes del terrible tiroteo en la tienda Walmart en El Paso, Texas, en agosto 3 de 2019, The National Compassion Fund en colaboración con Paso del Norte Community Foundation y El Paso Community Foundation, han fundado One Fund El Paso para proporcionar asistencia financiera directa a las familias de los muertos o heridos por esta atrocidad.

El cien por ciento (100 %) de los fondos donados a este Fondo se destinarán directamente a esos sobrevivientes. Las contribuciones hechas a este Fondo son deducibles de impuestos. The National Compassion Fund es una subsidiaria del Centro Nacional para Víctimas del Crimen, la principal organización de recursos y defensa de la nación para las víctimas del crimen y las personas que los atienden. El Centro Nacional para Víctimas del Crimen es una organización 501 (c)3 sin fines de lucro, y una autoridad líder que compensa a las víctimas de eventos con víctimas en masa. The National Compassion Fund condujo distribuciones a víctimas de eventos con víctimas en masa en Fort Hood (TX), Chattanooga (TN), Orlando (FL), Las Vegas (NV), Charlottesville (VA), Parkland (FL), Santa Fe (TX), Jacksonville (FL), Cincinnati (OH), Sebring (FL).

Para obtener información o por preguntas sobre el fondo, envíe un correo electrónico a: [email protected]

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Júnase a nosotros en la Reunión Pública Local del Ayuntamiento

Los Administradores del Fondo celebrarán una reunión pública del Ayuntamiento, el día jueves, septiembre 26 de 2019, en Bonham Elementary School a las 5:30 p.m.

7024 Cielo Vista Drive, El Paso, TX 79925 – Indicaciones

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Aurora Pratt Survivors’ Fund Press Release

In support of the Survivors of the terrible shooting at the Henry Pratt facility in Aurora, Illinois, the National Compassion Fund has established the Aurora/Pratt Survivors’ Fund to provide direct financial assistance to the families of Russell Beyer, Vicente Juarez, Clayton Parks, Josh Pinkard and Trevor Wehner, and employees physically injured or traumatized by their presence at this tragedy on February 15, 2019.

One Hundred Percent (100%) of the funds donated to this Fund will go directly to those Survivors.  Contributions made to this Fund are tax deductible. The National Compassion Fund is a subsidiary of the National Center for Victims of Crime, the nation’s leading resource and advocacy organization for crime victims and those who serve them. The National Center for Victims of Crime is a 501(c)3 nonprofit and a leading authority compensating victims of mass casualty events. The National Compassion Fund has led distributions to victims of mass casualty events in Fort Hood (TX), Chattanooga (TN), Orlando (FL), Las Vegas (NV), Charlottesville (VA), Parkland (FL), Santa Fe (TX), Jacksonville (FL), and Cincinnati (OH).

For information or questions about the fund please email: [email protected]

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Five innocent people’s lives were taken in a senseless attack on Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019, at the SunTrust Bank branch in Sebring, Florida and emotionally shocked our entire community.

SunTrust Bank and the SunTrust Foundation have joined with the National Compassion Fund to provide resources and financial support to families of the victims of this mass shooting.

Together we have established the Sebring Strong Survivors Fund, a simple way for others to also donate to this cause with 100 percent of your charitable contribution directly benefiting the families of victims. National Compassion Fund manages the distribution of the funds and works with GoFundMe for the collection of the donations.

If you are interested in contributing, we invite you to combine your donations with ours to help the victims of this tragedy. Together we will help Sebring recover. Together with the people at the heart of this community, we are and always will be SEBRING STRONG!

Alternative Donation Methods: If preferred, larger donations can be provided by wire transfer or by check.

If by mail, please make checks payable to the National Compassion Fund – Sebring Strong Survivors Fund and send to:

National Compassion Fund
ATTN: Sebring Strong Survivors Fund
1450 Duke Street
Alexandria, VA 22314

For wires, please contact the National Compassion Fund – Sebring Strong Survivors Fund at 571-312-9810 and request wiring instructions.

Please indicate if the donation is anonymous or if it can be disclosed publicly.

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