How to connect with the Newtown families

The families who lost children in Newtown honor their lost children through funds, organizations, and causes their children loved. Here's how to support them.

It's been four months since the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School, and some of thegrieving parents who told their story to Scott Pelley on 60 Minutes this week say they've only just begun to find their voices on the issues they care about. Many of the Newtown parents have created funds and organizations to honor their children's memories, and in the above video player, 60 Minutes producer Henry Schuster discusses what these efforts mean to the grieving families.

60 Minutes Overtime offers the following list of organizations and funds created to honor the memories of the children lost at Sandy Hook Elementary. To suggest additions to this list, please email us at 60MinutesOT@cbsnews.com.

Charlotte Bacon
Newtown Kindness

Daniel Barden
http://www.facebook.com/WhatWouldDanielDo


Olivia Engel
http://oliviaengel.org/

Josephine Gay
Joey's Fund

Ana Marquez-Greene
http://anagracefund.com/
https://www.facebook.com/RememberingAna

Jesse Lewis
http://www.jesselewischooselove.org/

Dylan Hockley
http://www.dylanhockley.com/

Catherine Violet Hubbard
http://www.theanimalcenter.org/sanctuary/#sanctuary

Chase Kowalski
http://www.chasekowalskifund.com/

Grace McDonnell
Grace McDonnell Memorial Fund

Emilie Parker
http://emilieparkerfund.com/

Noah Pozner
http://noahpozner.org/

Jack Pinto
The Jack A. Pinto Charitable Gift Fund

Caroline Previdi
Caroline Previdi of Sandy Hook Elementary Memorial Scholarship Fund

Jessica Rekos
Jessica Rekos Memorial Fund

Avielle Richman
The Avielle Foundation

Benjamin Wheeler
http://benslighthousefund.org/

Allison Wyatt
http://allisonwyattmemorialfund.org/

Note to viewers: 60 Minutes does not endorse these organizations and has not verified how donations made to these funds are used.