DALLAS, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – North Texans are helping with recovery efforts after Saturday’s attack in majority-Hispanic El Paso, which left at least 22 people dead.
Non-profit Texan Baptist Men is working alongside the Salvation Army collecting donations and helping feed first responders. They said they would stay in West Texas as long as needed.READ MORE: Southwest Airlines Scraps Plans To Put Some Unvaccinated Workers On Unpaid Leave In December
Another way you can help is by donating blood.READ MORE: Fourth Stimulus Check: Can You Expect Another Relief Payment?
CarterBloodcare sent its local life-saving blood inventory to El Paso to help treat the victims of the tragedy.
The non-profit thanked donors who have already come out to help rebuild the community blood supply but said more help is urgently needed.Plane Down Near Houston Executive Airport, No One Killed
Saturday’s attack was allegedly committed by 21-year-old Patrick Crusius, who was believed to have posted a manifesto that espoused anti-immigrant and white-nationalist ideology on a popular far-right website not long before the shooting.