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On Friday two mosques in the church, New Zealand suffered a devastating mass shooting – one that is now referred to as a terrorist attack – three Men and one woman are in custody, and the death toll has reached 49 (with 50 more) persons, darun including children being treated for injuries). The Muslim community in New Zealand is small and close-knit, and it is estimated that one in every 500 Muslims in the country was killed or wounded in 19459010.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said it was "one of New Zealand's darkest days". "What happened here is an extraordinary and unprecedented act of violence," she said, calling it "an act that has absolutely no place in New Zealand." With sympathy and support, the city was known, including Queen Elizabeth and the British royal family.
As reports continue to come from Christchurch about the entire scope of the shootings and their aftermath, we have gathered together to assist the victims and their families. We will continue to update this page if and when other ways of support are announced.
Givealittle has an official site to be donated to support the shooting victims. According to Newshub, the site was funded by the New Zealand Council of Victim Support Groups and has garnered more than $ 394,000 since writing.
Remember, this link keeps crashing because so many people are around, so if it does not work for you, stick to it.
LaunchGood  9008] The LaunchGood site for the United for Christchurch Mosque shootings has currently raised more than $ 178,000 for victims and their families (the site has been verified). The funds will be distributed by the NZIIC – the New Zealand Islamic Information Center – to "support the immediate short-term needs of mourning families".
This post will be updated with more official donation links. Of course, if you are near the city of Christchurch, New Zealand, you can donate blood as quickly as possible.