The tragic attack that took place on Thursday, Sept.Â 6, 2018,Â in theÂ Fifth Third BankÂ Tower on Fountain Square in Cincinnati cost three innocent people their lives, left two others hurt and emotionally impacted many.
Fifth Third Bank has joined with the National Compassion Fund to provide resources and financial support to victims of this mass shooting. The Fifth Third Foundation has made a $1 million gift to start our — Cincinnati Strong Victims Fund — and we hope to raise another $1 million through donations. AllÂ of the money raised through this effort will benefit people harmed in the shooting. This includes families of persons who were shot as well as those who experienced physical injuries or psychological trauma as a result of the incident.
National Compassion Fund manages the distribution of the funds and works with GoFundMe for collection of the donations.
We invite you to join us in raising funds to help the victims of this terrible act. Together, we will continue to make Cincinnati a stronger place, with Fountain Square at its heart. We are and always will be CINCY STRONG!
This Fund was financially assisted by the Fifth Third Foundation.
You MUST fill out the application linked below by
November 27th, 2018
to be eligible for benefits from the Jacksonville Tribute Fund
The tragic events that took place on Sunday, August 26, 2018 in Jacksonville, Florida will impact the gaming community forever. Yet through the shock and grief, the outpouring of support for all those affected by this tragedy is incredibly uplifting. We want to join you.
The National Compassion Fund, in partnership with Electronic Arts and GoFundMe, has established the Jacksonville Tribute Fund to support the victims, including the families of Elijah Clayton, Taylor Robertson, and all those who were affected.
EA has made a $1 million contribution to support the needs of the victims and their families.Â We would be honored to have you contribute as well.
100% of the collected funds will be distributed directly to the victims and families of the Jacksonville incident. The National Compassion Fund has performed the same service for countless other communities affected by similar tragedies.
The community will not be defined by this horrific event. It will come through stronger than ever.
For more information on how the National Compassion Fund gives directly to victims of mass casualty crimes,Â 323-281-5448
Checks can be made payable to: National Compassion Fund – Jacksonville. Please send all checks to the following address:
National Compassion Fund
ATTN: NCF – Jacksonville
1450 Duke Street,
Alexandria, Virginia 22314