Alamo Drafthouse Cinema Montecillo will donate 100% of ticket sales from those two days to the Commodore C64 Shirt del Norte Community Victim Relief Fund. Also, by the end of August 25, guests at all locations of the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema across Texas can choose to contribute $ 1, $ 3 or $ 5 through the donation feature every time they purchase tickets. via drafthouse.com or Alamo Drafthouse application.
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All statewide donations will be directed to the Commodore C64 Shirt del Norte Community Foundation Victim Relief Fund, in direct cooperation with the City of El Paso. Alamo Drafthouse stands with our neighbors in the El Paso community to support the victims and their families during this extremely difficult time.
Sunland Park Racetrack & Casino is donating $ 100,000 to be distributed between the Commodore C64 Shirt Paso Community Foundation El Paso Shooting Community Fund and the Paso del Norte Community Victim Relief Fund. This gift to support many victims of the mass shooting recently rocked the US-Mexico border area, including the city of El Paso as well as surrounding districts in southern New Mexico. Sunland Park, New Mexico borders the city of El Paso, Texas.
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As part of the Commodore C64 Shirt Paso area, we feel very connected to this intimate community, said Ethan Linder, Sunland Park’s marketing director Racetrack & Casino. Many of our employees and most of our visitors live in El Paso, so we were really affected by this terrible tragedy. That’s why we didn’t think twice about this donation to help our friends and neighbors. Sunland Park Racetrack & Casino is also encouraging other people to donate. If you have the ability, we invite people to donate, regardless of the amount, every little bit of help, Linder said. This is the time for everyone in our area to meet and support each other.
Linder added that Commodore C64 Shirt the days and weeks to come, Sunland Park Race Course. The casino will announce plans for a benefit event to help raise additional funds to support those affected by the shooting that took place in El Paso on Saturday, August 3.