How you can help the Las Vegas shooting victims

People cross the Las Vegas Strip following a mass shooting which killed at least 58 people. David Becker  Getty Images

People cross the Las Vegas Strip following a mass shooting which killed at least 58 people. David Becker Getty Images

Sisolak says that calls for help from victims came nearly immediately after the fund was created. That donation is separate from the online campaign.

Additionally, the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee in Nashville and the country music community have stepped up to create a dedicated fund called Music City Cares for "the immediate and long-term needs of the victims in the shooting".

"Funds will be used to provide relief and financial support to the victims and families of the horrific Las Vegas mass shooting", it continued. "I am at Clark County's only level-one trauma center with the victims and their families as we speak".

Sisolak also suggested, for those who can not afford financial donations, giving blood via United Blood Services or donating water, canned good and non-perishable items to local two local organizations, Three Square and Catholic Charities.

'On behalf of our Las Vegas community, I wish to say thank you to our global community who remind us from moment to moment that we are not alone, ' he adds.

Celebrities such as Florida Georgia Line, Kid Rock, Mike Tyson and The Chainsmokers are listed as donating $10,000.

On Sunday night, a gunman opened fire on a music festival crowd from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, killing 58 people and injuring 489 others, according to the most recent calculations from officials.

The Oakland Raiders, who are set to relocate to Las Vegas within the next few years, released a statement Monday about the attack.

Donations can still be made to the GoFundMe account here. The company is also providing lodging, meals, transportation and grief counseling for victims, their families, first responders and grief counseling.

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