Here is how you can help the victims of Florida’s school shooting

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PARKLAND, Fla. — As the nation grapples with the horrifying school shooting in South Florida, there are ways to help.

Students react following a shooting at Florida school in Parkland on Feb. 14, 2018. (MICHELE EVE SANDBERG/AFP/Getty Images)

OneBlood has sent additional units of blood to the Broward County hospitals treating the injured, and are asking for help to replenish the supply.

They are now appealing for donations of the universal blood type O-negative at donation centers over the next few days. Appointments are recommended and can be made here.

The National Compassion Fund has launched an appeal to meet the immediate and long-term needs of the victims and their families. This program of the National Center for Victims of Crime insures that 100 percent of donations will be distributed directly to the victims. You can help by clicking here.

The Broward Education Foundation has created the Stoneman Douglas Fund on GoFundMe to provide direct relief and financial support to victims and families. Go here to make a donation and share this fund.

Please contact CNN’s Impact Your World on Twitter @CNNImpact if you know of any other ways to help.

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