There are a variety of ways you can offer support to the victims and families of those affected by the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, in Newtown, CT. These links will take you to groups and organizations that are working to help those affected by the tragic events; if you would like to contribute.
Sandy Hook School Support Fund The United Way, has set up the Sandy Hook School Support Fund through their Western Connecticut chapter.
Danbury Hospital Danbury hospital has partnered with other local counseling and mental health agencies within the community to provide crisis services
Friends of the Engel Family Fund Olivia Engel, 6,was one of 26 victims killed on Friday in the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School.
Sandy Hook Elementary School Victims Relief Fund A Crowdrise page has been set up to raise funds for the victims, families and others affected by the shooting.
Newtown Memorial Fund A fund to help victims’ families pay for funeral costs, set up a community-wide memorial and a college scholarship fund for the students of the Newtown Public Schools.
Emilie Parker Memorial Fund Emilie Parker, 6, was one of 26 victims killed on Friday in the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School.
Newtown Youth and Family Services A nonprofit mental health clinic, located in Newtown.
Newtown Parent Connection A nonprofit that addresses issues of substance abuse and also offers bereavement group counseling
Project Linus A nonprofit that brings comfort to children in crisis, has arranged to send more than 700 handmade blankets to children who were affected by the Sandy Hook shooting
The American Red Cross The American Red Cross of Connecticut
Support Family of Noah Pozner Noah Pozner, 6, was one of 26 victims killed on Friday in the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School.