Skip to main content
Uvalde school shooting

Here’s how to help Uvalde shooting victims, survivors and their families

Nineteen children and two adults were killed in the second-deadliest school shooting in U.S. history. Here are some ways people across the world can help the grieving community of Uvalde in the aftermath.

Avel Ortiz, 55, puts the final touches on a window message in front of his business in Ulvade on May 29, 2022. Ortiz said he plans to work with several Texas artists to create murals of all 21 victims across town.

Resources for families

Uvalde County Fairplex after the vigil on May 25, 2022.

Monetary donations

Bobby Kramer 84, and Charlie Garvan, 52 sit next to each other as they donate blood at the Herby Ham Activity Center on Wednesday, May 25, 2022 in Uvalde. Community members gathered to donate blood after a school shooting took place Tuesday. Twenty one people were killed after a gunman after a high school student opened fire inside Robb Elementary School on Tuesday where two teachers and 19 students were killed.

Blood donations

Funeral services

Legal services

Texans need truth. Help us report it.

Yes, I'll donate today

Explore related story topics

Criminal justice Mass shootings