The cities of El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, are reeling fromthat have left 31 people dead. In El Paso on Saturday, a gunman and killed 22 people and injured 22 others. Less than a day later, when a gunman opened fire in a historic nightlife district in Dayton.
Many of the wounded are still recovering and the families of those who lost loved ones are remembering them in vigils and community events.
Here are some ways to help the victims.
CBS affiliate WHIO-TV and its radio sister station have partnered with the Dayton Foundation to raise money. You can help the Dayton community by donating to the Dayton Foundation's Oregon District Tragedy Fund. WHIO-TV said the funds will be used to support the needs of those affected by the event.
Visit bloodhero.com or call 877-258-4825 to make an appointment if you're nearby El Paso.
The American Red Cross is accepting donations online.
Public Good has launched a fundraiser benefiting Dayton and El Paso victims.
There are also several GoFundMe campaigns set up for individual victims. David Johnson died shielding his wife and 9-year-old granddaughter from the gunman. "CBS Evening News" anchor Norah O'Donnell , Stephanie Melendez.
"My mom and my daughter wouldn't be here if it wasn't for him and what he did and I couldn't even imagine, my daughter, I almost lost her," Melendez said.
Another GoFundMe has been set up for Jessica Garcia, who was rescued by Ray Garcia, a man who raced to the scene to pull several people to safety.
In addition, there is a GoFundMe for the families of Andre and Jordan Anchondo. They were .
Alvaro Mena set up a GoFundMe campaign to help with funeral expenses for his father, Juan Velazquez. Family members told Mexican media Velazquez used his body to shield his wife, who was wounded outside the El Paso Walmart.
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