After Friday's deadly rampage at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., that took the lives of 20 children and six adults at the school, many organizations in the area have set up ways to help.The Newtown Memorial Fund
has been set up to provide financial support to families for funeral services, to assist the town in creating a lasting memorial and to provide an annual scholarship to students of the Newtown Public Schools who will be going to college.Newtown Youth and Family Services
is providing counseling to community members, and all donations to the organization will go directly to those affected by the shooting.
The United Way of Western Connecticut set up the Sandy Hook School Support Fund to support the families and community members. To donate, visit its website
. The Red Cross
is on the ground in Newtown, providing food, water and emotional support to families and first responders. The organization is also providing grief counseling to the community.