Muslims Unite for Boulder Families
Stay tuned for daily campaign updates in this section:
Update #1 (Mar. 26, 1:30am EST): We are very heartened by the response to this campaign. The initial $20,000 goal was reached in just two days, with donations pouring in at over $500/hour since the campaign launched! We have just raised the goal to $30,000 in order to provide Boulder families with increased support for immediate and long-term expenses related to this tragedy. Thank you for your ongoing generosity!
Update #2 (Mar. 26, 12:45pm EST): We've raised over $21,000 in 2 days to support Boulder families and caregivers, and are steadily approaching our second goal of $30,000. Thank you for opening your hearts to this community in their time of grief. Please also remember to stand with Atlanta families against hate (learn more on this campaign page).
Update #3 (Mar. 30, 1:05pm EST): Muslims4Boulder has officially reached its second goal of $30,000 in just 6 days! That's means the campaign has raised $5,000 daily to address the immediate and long-term needs of victims' families and caregivers. With only 2 days left until the campaign closes, we've raised the goal a final time to $40,000. Please continue to spread the word about the campaign to help us reach our new goal to support the Boulder community. Also remember to stand with Atlanta families against hate (learn more on this campaign page).
American Muslims Respond
Fundraiser for Colorado Victims' Families
On Monday, March 22, 10 people between the ages of 20 and 65 were killed in a horrible mass shooting at a Boulder, Colorado supermarket. Attack survivors and families who have lost loved ones are grappling with the reality of this senseless act of violence. This shooting occurred less than a week after the horrific massacre targeting the Asian-American community in Atlanta, Georgia (see link below to support those families).
As we grieve this heartbreaking loss of life, a collective of Muslim-American leaders and organizations are uniting to raise funds for the victim's families through this CelebrateMercy campaign on LaunchGood.