Here’s Where You Can Donate To The Victims Of The Charlottesville Terror Attack

Go Fund Me accounts have been made in the victims’ honor.

August 13, 2017
Here’s Where You Can Donate To The Victims Of The Charlottesville Terror Attack Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images  

A rally of white supremacists and Nazis resulted in a terror attack by a 20-year-old man, James Alex Fields Jr., when he intentionally sped into a crowd of people who were protesting against the Nazis and white supremacist groups. The attack killed 32-year-old Heather Heyer, and injured 19 other people. Another man, Deandre Harris, was beaten by a group of men in a parking garage.

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Both incidents have Go Fund Me Pages to help cover the costs of medical bills and recovery. You can donate to the victims of the car attack here, and to the 20-year-old man beaten by racists here.

Updated at 9:05 p.m. 8/13
A Go Fund Me for another of the victims of the car attack has been made and can be donated to here. Natalie Romero does not have health insurance and is suffering from skull fractures and multiple other injuries.

In addition to these medical funds, the following Charlottesville organizations contribute to bettering the community and fighting intolerance, which was compiled by Sara Benincasa.

African American Teaching Fellows

Black Lives Matter Charlottesville

Black Student Alliance at UVA

NAACP Albemarle-Charlottesville (Branch 7057)

Solidarity Cville

Brody Jewish Center of the University of Virginia

IMPACT Charlottesville

The Women’s Initiative

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The Arc of the Piedmont

The Virginia Centers for Independent Living

Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Central Blue Ridge

Piedmont Housing Alliance

Legal Aid Justice Center

Beloved Community Charlottesville

The Haven

International Rescue Committee

Sexual Assault Resource Agency

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Here’s Where You Can Donate To The Victims Of The Charlottesville Terror Attack