How You Can Help Support Newtown and Its Victims

Help Newtown heal after the shooting tragedy.

Rebuilding After Tragedy - From donating your time to sending condolences to victims? families, there are many ways you can help support Newtown, Connecticut, after the recent shooting tragedy.  ? Britt Middleton (Photo: John Moore/Getty Images)

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Rebuilding After Tragedy - From donating your time to sending condolences to victims’ families, there are many ways you can help support Newtown, Connecticut, after the recent shooting tragedy.  – Britt Middleton (Photo: John Moore/Getty Images)

#26acts of Kindness - Following the tragic shootings, NBC news correspondent Ann Curry encouraged her Twitter followers to perform 26 acts of kindness ? one for each of the victims ? to support the people of Newtown. You can join the campaign by using the hashtag ?#26acts? or visititing the campaign?s Facebook page. (Photo: Ann Curry/Twitter)

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#26acts of Kindness - Following the tragic shootings, NBC news correspondent Ann Curry encouraged her Twitter followers to perform 26 acts of kindness — one for each of the victims — to support the people of Newtown. You can join the campaign by using the hashtag “#26acts” or visititing the campaign’s Facebook page. (Photo: Ann Curry/Twitter)

Donate Through the United Way - The United Way of Western Connecticut is accepting donations for the Sandy Hook School Support Fund, which will provide counseling and help cover funeral costs among other support services in. Click here to make a donation.(Photo: Courtesy of United Way)

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Donate Through the United Way - The United Way of Western Connecticut is accepting donations for the Sandy Hook School Support Fund, which will provide counseling and help cover funeral costs among other support services in. Click here to make a donation.(Photo: Courtesy of United Way)

Volunteering in Newtown - You can volunteer in the community by contacting Connecticut Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection at (800) 203-1234. (Photo: AP Photo/David Goldman)

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Volunteering in Newtown - You can volunteer in the community by contacting Connecticut Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection at (800) 203-1234. (Photo: AP Photo/David Goldman)

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Newtown Memorial Fund - The Newtown Memorial Fund is accepting donations for a memorial for the victims and to establish scholarships for their classmates and generations of students to come. Click here to make a donation. (Photo: Courtesy of The Newtown Memorial Fund)

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Newtown Memorial Fund - The Newtown Memorial Fund is accepting donations for a memorial for the victims and to establish scholarships for their classmates and generations of students to come. Click here to make a donation. (Photo: Courtesy of The Newtown Memorial Fund)

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Honoring Ana Grace Marquez-Greene - Ana Grace Marquez-Greene, 6, was one of the 20 children killed in the shootings. Her family has created two scholarships in her name and is asking for donations to be made to Western Connecticut State University’s Department of Music in Danbury, Connecticut, and the Artists Collective in Hartford, Connecticut. (Photo: Ana Marquez-Greene Family via NBC News)

The Ultimate Sacrifice - "Is the press and political class here in Washington so consumed by fear and hatred of the NRA and America?s gun owners that you're willing to accept a world where real resistance to evil monsters is a lone, unarmed school principal [Dawn Hochsprung, above] left to surrender her life to shield the children in her care??(Photo: AP Photo/Eliza Hallabeck/Newtown Bee)

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Remembering Dawn Hochsprung - The family of Sandy Hook Elementary principal Dawn Hochsprung, who died trying to stop gunman Adam Lanza, has created a memorial fund in her name. Donations can be addressed to: Dawn Lafferty Hochsprung Memorial Fund, CT Teachers Credit Union, P.O. Box 2121, Waterbury, Connecticut, 06722.(Photo: AP Photo/Eliza Hallabeck/NEWTOWN BEE)

Moment of Silence for Victims - Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy has called for a moment of silence in honor of the victims on Friday, Dec. 21 at 9:30 a.m. ET. One week ago, gunman Adam Lanza entered the school around 9:30 a.m. and opened fire on students and staff. (Photo: John Moore/Getty Images)

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Moment of Silence for Victims - Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy has called for a moment of silence in honor of the victims on Friday, Dec. 21 at 9:30 a.m. ET. One week ago, gunman Adam Lanza entered the school around 9:30 a.m. and opened fire on students and staff. (Photo: John Moore/Getty Images)

Sandy Hook Elementary School National Sympathy Card - More than 2.2 million people have signed the Sandy Hook Elementary School National Sympathy Card, an online petition addressed to the community of Newtown. The card will be delivered to community officials in Newtown. Click here to sign it.(Photo: Allison Joyce/Getty Images)

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Sandy Hook Elementary School National Sympathy Card - More than 2.2 million people have signed the Sandy Hook Elementary School National Sympathy Card, an online petition addressed to the community of Newtown. The card will be delivered to community officials in Newtown. Click here to sign it.(Photo: Allison Joyce/Getty Images)

More Ways to Send Condolences - The website Evergram allows you to send an audio, video or text-based message to the Newton community. Click here to learn more. You can also post messages on a Facebook page established in honor of the victims. (Photo: Mario Tama/Getty Images)

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More Ways to Send Condolences - The website Evergram allows you to send an audio, video or text-based message to the Newton community. Click here to learn more. You can also post messages on a Facebook page established in honor of the victims. (Photo: Mario Tama/Getty Images)