The Tragedy in Tucson Victims' Fund has now merged with several other victims' funds to create a new fund called the Tucson Together Fund. This new fund is now the only officially sanctioned fund established to assist victims, families, and witnesses of the January 8th tragedy in Tucson, Arizona.

Even though all funds have now merged, all donations made to the Tragedy in Tucson Victim's Fund will still go to the 19 shooting victims of the January 8th tragedy, as promised by our station when the fund was originally created. If you haven't already made a donation, and would like to, please make it to the Tucson Together Fund. A committee made up of all of the groups associated with the individual funds will coordinate making sure the victims get the financial assistance they need.

The Tucson Together Fund (TTF) coordinates and channels these resources to meet the long-term needs of those impacted by the tragedy. By bringing together the largest funds established throughout the community, we have created a centralized, convenient and transparent process that enables victims to receive reimbursement for ongoing expenses associated with this terrible day.

Community partners for this newly-created fund include:
• Pima County Attorney's Office
• Pima County Attorney's Office Victim Services Division
• Homicide Survivors, Inc
• Community Foundation for Southern Arizona
• American Red Cross Southern Arizona Chapter
• Safeway, Inc.

• Community Food Bank

For more information, and how you can donate, volunteer, and otherwise make a positive difference in our community following the tragedy, visit:


John Roll Christina Green Gabe Zimmerman
Dorothy Morris Dorwan Stoddard Phyllis Schneck



 Gabrielle Giffords remains in critical condition following her surgery Saturday.




 Suzi Hileman, released Tuesday from University Medical Center.




 Bill Badger, 74, retired army colonel, wounded in the head while heroically risking his life.




 Mavy Stoddard, protected during the shooting by her husband Dorwan.



 Ron Barber, an employee of Giffords, named in a federal complaint.




Jim Tucker, a Raytheon employee, is in stable condition and good spirits, according to a release from the company.


  • Pamela Simon, an employee of Giffords, returned to the Giffords office Friday in an emotional reunion with her coworkers.
  • Kenneth Veeder, a previously unknown survivor of the shooting, is a 75-year-old retired Vietnam veteran in the Airborne Infantry division of the Army. He was grazed in the lower part of the leg by a bullet when he went to see Gabrielle Giffords Saturday. He was released from the hospital the same day of the shooting.
  • George Morris (76)
  • James Fuller (63)
  • Randy Gardner (60)
  • Mary Reed (52)
  • Kenneth Dorushka (63)



Tucson and the Nation watched in horror as the tragic events of Saturday, January 8th unfolded in a shopping center at Oracle & Ina roads. As we mourn those we've lost and pray for those recovering, this community is coming together to help our neighbors in need. News 4 Tucson has teamed with several local financial institutions to create a victim's fund. All financial donations will go directly to the survivors and the victim's families of this senseless shooting.

You can donate to the News 4 Tragedy in Tucson Victims' Fund at any one of the locations below.

You can also leave donations at local Baskin-Robbins, Dunkin' Donuts and Chuy's Locations.  Chuy's will donate half of the money they receive to the Tragedy in Tucson Victims' Fund, and half to the Christina Green Memorial Fund.

New: Eegee's locations in Tucson are also now accepting donations to the Tragedy in Tucson Victims' Fund.

Thank you so much for your support.


5801 E. Broadway Blvd

7740 E. Speedway Blvd.

8235 S. Houghton Road

4491 N. Oracle Road





Click here to visit the Pyramid Credit Union website



3730 N. Stone Ave.
 4841 S. Overland Dr.
 6510 N. Thornydale Rd.
 2455 E. Valencia Rd.
 231 N. Pantano Rd.
 1177 W. Silverlake Rd.
830 E. Main St., Springerville

Click here to visit the Pima Federal Credit Union website



4400 E. Broadway

6400 N. Oracle



Click here to visit the Bank of Tucson website



Main Branch 2500 E. 22nd St. Tucson

Downtown Branch 177 N. Church Ave., #100

East Broadway Branch 9725 E. Broadway Blvd.


Click here to visit the Tucson Old Pueblo Credit Union Website



Mail Donations to:

Canyon Community Bank

c/o Tragedy in Tucson
7981 North Oracle Road
Tucson, AZ 85704

Or visit these locations:

Thornydale Branch - 6811 N. Thornydale

Continental Ranch - 8631 N. Silverbell

Catalina Branch - 15883 N. Oracle Rd.

Click here to the visit the Canyon Community Bank website.



3805 E Broadway - Main
2285 W Ina Rd
3002 N Campbell Ave
Green Valley
222 W Esperanza Blvd
3156 E Baseline Rd
2221 E Frontage Rd

Click here to visit the Commerce Bank of Arizona website


Condolences and prayers

Please leave your respectful messages of condolence and prayer below.  These messages will be collected and published in a book for the survivors and families of the victims. Please do not post politically-charged or negative comments. This is a place for memorializing.

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