UVALDE, Texas — There are several ways you can help the victims of the Uvalde mass shooting.
The city of Uvalde is accepting donations to support victims. Those who wish to contribute can send a check payable to Robb School Memorial Fund to P.O. Box 799, Uvalde, Texas 78802 or to 200 E Nopal Street. The city is working to set up an online donation option.
The Community Foundation of the Texas Hill Country is accepting donations for the family. The organization is a charity that supports nonprofits in the region.
Victims of Tuesday's mass shooting are in need of assistance and two blood drives have been set up so far for Texans looking to donate.
The University Health system, based out of San Antonio, says its donor rooms have availability for the next several days.
More information on how you can donate is available on their website.
South Texas' primary blood bank, the South Texas Blood and Tissue Center, has also organized a blood drive for Wednesday in Uvalde at the Herby Ham Activity Center.
Walk-ins are welcome for those in the area. Interested donors can also make an appointment ahead of time through their website.
Folks around Houston are also asked to donate blood as the Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center works closely with the Blood and Tissue Center.
While blood hasn't been requested, they say this tragedy highlights the importance of always having blood available.
The Uvalde CISD tweeted Wednesday morning about a memorial fund for the victims. Anyone can donate through the First State Bank of Uvalde.
At least 21 people died in the shooting, including 19 children and one teacher. The 18-year-old gunman is also deceased.
This story will be updated with other donation opportunities as they are announced.