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Victims Names

The City of Orlando has established a website where they are posting names of victims.  Names are not beling released until the City has notified the next of kin.  Click here for CityOfOrlando.net/victims


OneBlood-Logo-TAG-cmykBlood Donations

OneBlood.org is conducting blood drives all around Brevard County and Central Florida.  They are asking you to make an appointment at this time.

CLICK HERE to find a donor location near you…the OneBlood.org website will search from your zip code.


Red Cross / Frequent Flyer Miles

You can put your un-used miles to work for the Red Cross through the generosity of several major airlines. The airline partners listed permit their loyalty program members to donate their miles to help our volunteers and staff get to critical areas.

CLICK HERE for details on this program.

pulseribbonimagePulse Victims Go Fund Page
This is the official Pulse Victims Fund page for Equality Florida which is collecting contributions via this GoFundMe page to support the victims of the horrific shooting at Orlando’s Pulse Nightclub.

Regarding Equality Florida is working with a team of attorneys and experts, including  the National Center for Victims of Crime, which deployed funds in both Chattanooga and Aurora, to ensure funds are distributed correctly.

CLICK HERE to make a donation


Brevard County Sheriff’s Office

From BCSO facebook page from Sheriff Ivey:

Following (Sunday’s) “Active Shooter” incident in Orlando, I wanted to share with our community that our agency is actively monitoring the situation and evaluating all information that is received through the various Law Enforcement channels.

At this time we have NO information that there are any threats associated within our area of responsibility. While we and the entire Public Safety Community remain vigilant following this horrific attack, we recommend that our citizens keep an “alert” status for anything that seems suspicious or out of the ordinary.

Remember, “if you see something, say something,” so that our team can evaluate and address any potential concerns.

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