San Bernardino mass shooting: How to help

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Chaplain Chuck Bender, right, prays with Michael Davila at a makeshift memorial honoring the victims of Wednesday's shooting rampage, Friday, Dec. 4, 2015, in San Bernardino.
Chaplain Chuck Bender, right, prays with Michael Davila at a makeshift memorial honoring the victims of Wednesday's shooting rampage, Friday, Dec. 4, 2015, in San Bernardino.
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Here are some ways to help those affected by the mass shooting in San Bernardino:

Donate blood

In the wake of the shootings, officials made a plea for blood donations. The need is not over. LifeStream blood bank, which is based in San Bernardino, reminds the public that a continuous blood supply is crucial. You can schedule a blood donation in the next two weeks through LifeStream, or by contacting a hospital near you. The greatest need is for O-negative blood.

Fundraisers for families of San Bernardino shooting victims

There are various crowdfunding pages set up to support the families that have lost their loved ones.

Bennetta Bet-Badal: gofundme.com/y2d8bn7w

Aurora Godoy: gofundme.com/3wd9j8bw

Robert Adams: gofundme.com/t3d3nb38

Tin Nguyen: gofundme.com/jxd93cgs

Michael Wetzel: youcaring.com/renee-wetzel

Nicholas Thalasinos: gofundme.com/apd6bz84

Juan Espinoza: gofundme.com/bedc6egc

Harry Bowman: gofundme.com/zyddkqm4

Yvette Velasco: gofundme.com/yvettevelasco

Fundraisers for shooting survivors who are recovering:

Julie Paez: gofundme.com/juliepaez

San Bernardino Mayor Carey Davis created a GoFundMe page for the victims and the families: gofundme.com/SUPPORTSB

San Bernardino United Relief Fund

Arrowhead United Way, a nonprofit, has set up the San Bernardino United Relief Fund to help those affected by the mass shooting. Donations can be made online or by texting "SBUNITED" to 71777. You can also send checks made payable to SBUNITED, Arrowhead United Way, 646 North D. St., San Bernardino, CA 92401.

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