United Way is deeply saddened by the tragic mass shootings of the last few weeks: the racially
motivated attack in Buffalo, NY and the murder this week of 19 children and two teachers at Robb
Elementary School in Uvalde, TX, the second deadliest school shooting in America’s history. Our hearts
are with the families and communities.
If you want to help the community of Uvalde, please consider promoting and supporting these three
• Robb Elementary Memorial Fund
First State Bank (FSB) of Uvalde has created a fund for the families of Robb Elementary. To donate, you
may send Zelle funds using this email address, share a donation in person at any FSB branch, or send
via mail to:
Robb School Memorial Fund
200 E Nopal St.
Uvalde, TX 78801
• United Way of San Antonio and Bexar County’s United with Uvalde Fund
Donations will provide mental health services for students, teachers, and families in Uvalde. Funds will
be made available to nonprofit organizations with expertise in providing direct trauma services for
communities impacted by tragedy.
Learn more here.
• The Uvalde Strong Fund, hosted by the Community Foundation of the Texas Hill Country
The Uvalde Strong Fund supports victims, families, and others affected by the tragedy. Under the
direction and oversight of an Advisory Committee, grants will support:
- Aid for families affected by this tragedy
- Aid for nonprofits providing essential response services
- Aid for medical institutions caring for victims
- Aid for organizations conducting long-term efforts for the Uvalde community
If someone you know needs mental health support, in the wake of these tragedies, please encourage
them to call 211 or visit 211.org. Trained call center operators will connect them with locally available
When disaster happens, either man-made or natural, United Way always steps up. We offer resources
and support to communities, whether in response, during recovery, or while reimagining and rebuilding
neighborhoods. The United Way mission is about building strong, resilient, and equitable communities
across the globe.
Every person deserves the opportunity to pursue their hopes and dreams, get a quality education, live in
safe and affordable neighborhoods, and pursue careers with economic mobility. And United Way
believes in accountability and common-sense laws. We won’t stop advocating for safety, equity, and
access to opportunities for every person in every community.