It was another languid Monday at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open at TPC Summerlin, and another Charley Hoffman Foundation Pro-Am. But this one was different.
Most of the 16 Southern Nevadans who will decide how to distribute the $11 million raised so far for victims of the Oct. 1 shooting were hand-picked by two local leaders.
Students at Green Valley High School have raised roughly $60,000 for the Las Vegas Victims’ Fund by selling Vegas Strong T-shirts to schools across the Clark County School District.
A group of 16 people will decide how to distribute raised funds to Las Vegas shooting victims, the fund committee announced Tuesday.
Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada said Tuesday that it has created a legal and financial toolkit to help victims’ families and survivors of the Route 91 Harvest Festival shooting.
Nathan Adelson Hospice is providing grief counseling sessions for those affected by the Oct. 1 shooting. In addition, SilverSummit Healthplan and Envolve Health have established a 24-hour crisis hotline
The Vegas Strong Resiliency Center saw steady traffic between walk-ins and phone calls on its first day of operation, county officials said.
In a statement Saturday, Scottsdale, Arizona-based auction company Barrett-Jackson said a 2007 Ford Shelby GT500 Super Snake owned by Barrett-Jackson President Steve Davis sold for $1 million. Benicia, California-based DC Solar issued the winning bid.
Henderson resident Shannon Fleming is raising money for Las Vegas shooting victims on her website, wtfclothing.net, but she doesn’t know what to do with the money.
Danielle Kraze’s story seemed like yet another tragic tale from the Mandalay Bay mass shooting.