Newtown, Conn.: How to help
(CBS News) Whenever a community like Newtown, Conn., is hit by tragedy, Americans immediately pitch in to try and help.
The first visible example of that in Newtown was a flood of stuffed animals. Other contributions are paying for funerals, helping with counseling, and creating scholarships in the victims' memory.
Here are some websites where you can go to offer your help:
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