Station Casinos LLC said Monday that it committed $1 million to support those affected by the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history.
The Las Vegas area restaurant community has been scrambling all day, eager to support victims of the Mandalay Bay shooting, their families, first responders and anyone else who might need a comforting meal or snack.
Siegel Group Nevada, Boyd Gaming, South Point and Station Casinos are offering free stays at their properties for victims of the Mandalay Bay mass shooting and/or their family members.
The Raiders expressed and provided support Monday for those affected by Sunday night’s massacre across from Mandalay Bay.
UFC president Dana White said Monday that the organization will donate $1 million to families affected by Sunday’s mass shooting on the Strip. He also said Saturday’s UFC 216 card at T-Mobile Arena will go on as scheduled.
Facebook — the online social media platform often reviled lately as a tool of division — turned into a combination digital town square and coffee shop bulletin board Monday as Southern Nevadans made offers of help to strangers and locals affected by Sunday’s shootings.
Owner Bill Foley said the NHL expansion team will do whatever is needed to help the city heal in the aftermath of Sunday’s shootings on the Strip.
Allegiant Air is providing free flights to family members of people who were fatally shot or wounded during the mass shooting at Mandalay Bay, an airline spokeswoman said Monday.
Locals and tourists line up in the middle of the night to do “what needs to be done.”
A GoFundMe page has been set up to aid the victims and families of the mass shooting on the Las Vegas Strip on Sunday night.