Charity for Las Vegas Victims

Nicholas Brenner, Student Journalist

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The evils that took place in Las Vegas on October 1st claimed the lives of almost 60 people and injured over 500 others. We need to come together as Americans and give what support we can to those who were affected. The Sheriff of Nevada’s Clark County set up a GoFundMe page and started off the fund by donating ten thousand dollars. GoFundMe provides an easy way to donate money to people across the country and allows people to easily provide what they can.

While online charity is easy, people are still more likely to donate if it were here at home. If there was a charity set up and led by the school to donate money to the families, then more students would be inclined to give what they can. Josh Winger, a junior here at Beavercreek, said, “I think a charity for the Vegas victims would be a good idea, I would definitely donate.”

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