Help for the victims of the August 3, 2019 mass shooting in El Paso — which left 22 of our friends and neighbors dead, 26 wounded and dozens more to deal with trauma from what they witnessed — does not end when money donated to them has been given out. For many survivors, recovery is long-term.

We are no longer accepting donations to the El Paso Shooting Victims’ Fund, which was created August 3 to address the immediate needs of victims of the shooting that day at the Cielo Vista Walmart. It is part of One Fund El Paso, which will distribute donated funds to the victims..

El Paso Long Term Care Fund

As if grief, guilt, stress, and shock aren’t enough, many survivors will deal with medical, mental, and other health care needs — for years to come. The El Paso Community Foundation created the El Paso Long Term Care Fund to help those struggling with the unexpected burdens caused by the massacre. The El Paso Long Term Care Fund will support survivors of the shooting that forever changed our city and region.

If you would like to donate to the El Paso Long Term Care Fund to help those struggling with the unexpected burdens created by the massacre, click on the button below:

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El Paso Victims’ Education Fund

The El Paso Victims’ Education Fund is a scholarship fund for the children of those shot and injured or killed by the shooter on August 3, 2019. Your contribution will join others in providing tuition assistance and related expenses to college or university, or an established trade or vocational school.

If you would like to donate to the El Paso Victims’ Education Fund, a scholarship fund for the children of those shot and injured or killed by the shooter on August 3, 2019, click on the button below:

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We are no longer accepting donations. Please consider donating to the El Paso Long Term Care Fund at epcf.org/eplongterm and the El Paso Victims’ Education Fund at epcf.org/elpyouth.