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Vigils, Donation information and Public services for Pulse victims


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A vigil was held Monday, June 13, on the lawn in front of the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts.

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You can donate to the victims and their families at gofundme.com/PulseVictimsFund

Legal Services: The Orange County Bar Association will be handling phone intake and referrals for victim legal inquiries. The number is 407-422-4537, and the hours are 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m

The Center located at 946 N. Mills Ave is now open and offering grief counseling (in English and Spanish) to those affected by the massacre.  You can also call the hotline at 407-228-1446. You can also live chat online at http://HFUW.org

Vigils:

6 tonight at UCF reflection pond called One Pulse.

7 tonight at 1216 E Colonial Dr. in the shopping plaza across the street from CVS.It’s being presented by the Vietnamese Association of Central Florida

Sunday at 8 at 512 East Washington Street at Lake Eola Park


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