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(CNN)As the nation grapples with the horrifying school shooting in South Florida, there are ways to help.
You can donate to funds for the victims and the families by clicking the button below:For those in the Florida area, you can also help by donating blood.OneBlood has sent additional units of blood to the Broward County hospitals treating the injured, and are asking for help to replenish the supply. They are now appealing for donations of the universal blood type O-negative at donation centers over the next few days. Appointments are recommended and can be made here.
OneBlood responded immediately to the shooting at #MarjoryStonemanDouglas High School by rushing blood to area hospitals. The immediate blood needs have been met. There is a need to replenish the O neg blood supply. O neg donors can find locations here. https://t.co/4bf6azJKVk pic.twitter.com/kWcRaP1ooj
— OneBlood (@my1blood) February 15, 2018 Read MoreLutheran Church Charities’ K-9 Comfort Dogs have arrived in Parkland Florida and are available at counseling centers and vigils as a special kind of grief counselor. Their travel expenses can be supported here.
Jacob Comfort Dog visiting with Matt, a teacher at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Please continue to pray for this community and if you are moved, help with travel expenses for the @K9ComfortDogs by visiting https://t.co/gKT35uBANX#MarjoryStonemanDouglasHighSchool pic.twitter.com/HRKGCxyoI9
— LCC K9 Comfort Dogs (@K9ComfortDogs) February 15, 2018 Please contact CNN’s Impact Your World on Twitter @CNNImpact if you know of any other ways to help.