A memorial to the victims of the Virginia Beach shooting.

Reaching Out to Virginia Beach Shooting Victims

Virginia Beach municipal center, site of Virginia Beach shooting

VIRGINIA, USA – On Friday, May 31, 2019, in one of the deadliest workplace shootings in U.S. history, twelve members of the Virginia Beach community were shot and killed while at work in the Virginia Beach Municipal Center. Four others survived the Virginia Beach Shooting, and have been hospitalized.

The generally safe, friendly and tight-knit resort community of Virginia Beach is reeling in the aftermath. Mayor Bobby Dyer called this “The most devastating day in history” for Virginia Beach.

When tragedy strikes, it is so important to come alongside those in pain, and let them know they are not alone. Operation Blessing regularly helps in times of disaster and crisis here in the U.S. and around the world.

A memorial to the victims of the Virginia Beach shooting.

In response to the shooting, we are currently collecting donations to directly help these victims in Virginia Beach. These donations will provide practical help, but perhaps even more importantly, they will let these precious people know that others love them and care deeply about this tragedy.

Operation Blessing is asking for your help in providing funds to aid the victims of this tragedy. One hundred percent of your gift will go to helping these victims in their time of devastating need.

Please visit this link: Virginia Beach Shooting Donation Fund

We invite you to join other caring individuals, churches, and community organizations as they comfort those who need it so. Thank you for giving generously. Please continue to pray for the victims still hospitalized, the those who have lost a loved one, and the Virginia Beach community.

Memorial crosses at the Virginia Beach municipal center after Virginia Beach shooting.

HOW YOU CAN HELP


During times of crisis and disaster victims desperately need your help. Click here to make an online donation today. Your gift can make a huge difference. Thank you for your compassion to bless the hurting.

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