West Hempstead Compassion Fund

West Hempstead Compassion Fund

On April 20, 2021, the West Hempstead community and the Stop & Shop family experienced senseless acts of violence in which one of our associates tragically lost his life, and two others were injured.

Many have asked how to help. We have established the West Hempstead Compassion Fund for donations to provide direct financial assistance to the survivors of the deceased and those directly affected by this tragedy. The priority is to give the victims’ families the help and support they’ll need in the years ahead.

Stop & Shop does not own or control the fund or its distributions. It is managed by the National Compassion Fund, a subsidiary of the National Center for Victims of Crime. Click here for more information about the National Compassion Fund. One hundred percent (100%) of the funds raised will go to the families and those affected by the tragedy. Donations made to this fund are tax deductible.

The outpouring of support and requests to help across the community has been overwhelming. Thank you for honoring our team members and friends.

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Indianapolis 4/15 Survivors Fund

The National Compassion Fund has established the Indianapolis 4/15 Survivors Fund to support the victims and survivors of the April 15, 2021 atrocity at the FedEx Processing Center in Indianapolis. The fund will provide direct financial assistance to the families of those who were killed, and individuals injured or suffering psychological trauma from the shooting, which claimed the lives of 8 associates.

One hundred percent of the contributions donated to this fund will go directly to survivors and victims of this tragedy. Donations 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.

 
 
 

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Roundy’s Oconomowoc Distribution Center Victims and Survivors’ Fund

The National Compassion Fund has established the Roundy’s Oconomowoc Distribution Center Victims and Survivors’ Fund to support the victims and survivors of the March 16, 2021 tragedy at the Roundy’s Distribution Center in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin. The Fund will provide direct financial assistance to the families of those who were killed, and individuals injured or suffering psychological trauma from the shooting, which claimed the lives of associates.

One hundred percent of the contributions donated to this Fund will go directly to survivors and victims of this tragedy. Donations 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.

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Atlanta 3/16 Survivors Fund

The National Compassion Fund (“NCF”), in partnership with the Georgia Asian Pacific American Bar Association (“GAPABA”), GAPABA Law Foundation, and Korean-American Bar Association of Georgia (“KABA-GA”) has launched the National AAPI Violence Prevention & Response Initiative.

The initiative establishes the Atlanta 3/16 Survivors Fund to support the victims and survivors of the horrible acts of violence committed in Atlanta and Acworth, Georgia on March 16, 2021, which claimed the lives of eight victims. This Fund will provide direct financial assistance to the families of those killed, and individuals injured or suffering psychological trauma from the shooting.

One hundred percent (100%) of the funds donated to the Atlanta 3/16 Survivors Fund will go directly to survivors and victims of this tragedy. Contributions are tax deductible.

NCF 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.

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