How you can help victims in the Las Vegas massacre

People assist a wounded woman at the Tropicana during an active shooter situation on the Las Vegas Stirp in Las Vegas Sunday, Oct. 1, 2017. Multiple victims were being transported to hospitals after a shooting late Sunday at a music festival on the Las Vegas Strip. (Chase Stevens/Las Vegas Review-Journal via AP)

Las Vegas city leaders and law enforcement gave multiple ways for people to give money or supplies to those affected by the deadly mass shooting in Las Vegas on Sunday.

A gunman rained down bullets on a crowd on Sunday, killing at least 59 people, injured at least 527 people at a country music festival. Sheriff Joe Lombardo said he has no doubt the shooting was "pre-planned extensively," and he believes investigators will "absolutely" determine the motive behind shooter Stephen Paddock's carnage.

Read about some of the 59 people killed here.

Anyone looking for victim information or family reunification from out of area should call 1-866-535-5654. You can also check out the Las Vegas Police Department's victim and family assistance page here.

Where and what to donate

Sheriff Lombardo said Catholic Charities and Three Square are taking monetary and non-perishable food donations. Donations can be sent to:

  • Catholic Charities: 1501 N Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89101
  • Three Square: 4190 N Pecos Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89115

Clark County Commission Chair Steve Sisolak set up a GoFundMe account to raise money for the victims of the Las Vegas massacre. According to Sisolak, funds will be used to provide relief and financial support to the victims and families of the horrific Las Vegas mass shooting.

More than $4 million has been raised so far. Click here to donate to the Las Vegas Victims Fund or send a check to the Clark County Commissioners Office at 500 S Grand Central Pkwy, Las Vegas, NV 89155.

Where to donate in Tennessee

The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee established the "Music City Cares Fund," which will donate 100 percent of proceeds to Las Vegas. The funds will help immediate and long-term needs of victims.

Church members in Bid Sandy, Tennessee, are also raising money to help one of their volunteers, whose son was shot in Las Vegas. Mike McMillan's son Jason is a California deputy, who has been put in a medically induced coma until he is stable enough to have the bullet removed from his lung.

Donations for the McMillans can be made at Apex Bank at 65 Main Street in Big Sandy or sent to the church at: P.O. Box 7, Big Sandy, TN, 38221.

If you know of a fundraising effort to add to this list, please reach out to us on our Facebook page or via e-mail at

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