GoFundMe Donations

Clark County Commission Chair Steve Sisolak has set up a verified GoFundMe page to provide relief and assistance to victims and families affected by the tragic Las Vegas shooting.

In addition to this, many GoFundMe campaigns have been created for affected individuals and thier famlies. If you'd like to make a donation you can find these campaigns HERE. 

You can also visit https://www.gofundme.com/  to search for a specific campaign.

On behalf of the staff at MYVEGAS Magazine, our hearts and prayers go out to the victims and families of the recent tragedy to our beloved community. This heinous, unspeakable crime has impacted so many people from all over and we extend our deepest condolences to all that were affected in this senseless tragedy. Thank you to Las Vegas officials and locals for stepping up to the plate to deliver aid, blood, financial support and supplies. This is your Vegas, MYVEGAS, our Vegas and together we will continue to Heal Las Vegas. We are #VEGASSTRONG

Blood Donations

In the wake of this tragedy donors appeared in waves showing just how close of a community Las Vegas really is. The amount of local support has been overwhelming and really has shown the best of humanity. But did you know that blood has a shelf life? The shelf life of red blood cells is around 42 days. With many injured still in hospitals and some still with long roads to recovery the importance of these blood donations has not subsided. It is important that these blood donations continue on an ongoing basis. United Blood Services is asking donors to make appointments to give blood throughout the coming days and weeks. To schedule a blood donation appointment, please visit thier scheduling site at bloodhero.com or call 877-827-4376.

For those who wish to give blood you may do so at the following locations:

West Charleston Donor Center—Open Now
6930 W. Charleston Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89117

Green Valley Donor Center—Open Now
601 Whitney Ranch Dr.
Bldg. D, Suite 20
Henderson, NV 89014

Northwest Donor Center
4950 W. Craig Rd.
Las Vegas, NV 89130

Vegas Strong Resiliency Center

The Vegas Strong Resiliency Center will open on Monday, October 23rd as a resource and referral location to provide transitional support for victims of  the October 1st Route 91 Harvest Festival incident.
Previously The Family Assistance Center at the Las Vegas Convention Center served to meet the immidiate needs of the victims and thier families. These services will transition to the newly formed Resilience Center to meet the long term needs of people who are still coping with the incident.
Services will include:
  • Victim advocacy & support
  • Case management
  • Couseling and spiritual care referrals
  • Technical assistance accessing online resources including the FBI victim assistance services
  • And more

For those who are still looking to recover personal effects left beind on the festival site you may do so by accessing the questionnaire located on the FBI's Victim Assistance Services Division's website at www.fbi.gov/lvmusicfestivalshooting. People who fill out the questionnaire are asked to provide their contact information and a description of the belongings lost.

Anyone interested in accessing services should call (702) 455-AIDE (2433) or 1-833-299-AIDE (2433) for information or to schedule appointments.

The Vegas Strong Resiliency Center​ is located at the Lied Ambulatory Care Center, at 1524 Pinto Lane in Las Vegas near Martin Luther King Boulevard.


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