Friday's massacre reminded us that it's necessary to come together as a community when terrible things happen.  In that vein, we wanted to provide a few resources to help those who were affected by the shootings, as well as point you in the right direction if you'd like to help.  We will be updating this page as we learn new information.

There has been facebook page set up to offer community resources that will be constantly updated:

If you need help:

  • Colorado Organization for Victims Assistance is available for victims of this tragedy as well. Visit their website here for more information.
  • Children’s Hospital Colorado has set up a Family Support line at 720-777-2300 to help families. The line will be open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. and callers will be asked to provide their contact information. A behavioral health specialist will return their call within 24 hours.
  • The Children's Hospital has posted a list of things to do to help talk to your kids about the Aurora movie theater shooting. "How to Talk to Your Kids About Aurora's Movie Theater Shooting."

If you want to help:

  • If you have any information on the shooting or the shooter you are asked to call the Aurora Police tipline 303-739-1862.
  • Bonfils Blood Center is asking for blood donations, especially O negative, A negative and plasma. The need for donations will continue for many days, so if you can't get in today you are asked to call 303-366-2000 to make an appointment or go to
  • At the request of Aurora PD, donations for the victims of the theater shooting can be mailed to COVA at 90 Galapago Street, Denver CO, 80223. For tracking they ask people to mark checks with "Aurora shooting" in the memo line.