To initiate a $1 million endowment campaign beginning with VTVCARE’s initial seeding of $100,000 with nominal overhead.
Who are we?
VTVCARE is a non-profit movement.
We are the parents, siblings, students, children, classmates, and spouses of those killed in the largest mass shooting on a college campus ever in our nation’s history. We are the survivors of mass shooting violence. We’ve walked this journey. We know it well. We know what it’s like to navigate horror of this magnitude. We also know what it’s like to have found a network of support in one another. Without the love and concern, compassion and empathy, of each person knitted into our own patch-worked group, we never could have made it through, which is precisely why we’ve created VTVCARE. We know the road isn't easy. But there can be a way. We’re here to help you find your own road toward recovery and resilience.
To be able to respond to as many mass shooting survivors suffering from physical and psychological trauma nationwide as proceeds from the VTVCARE endowment will allow on an annual basis.
Our efforts don’t end with meeting survivors financial needs. Far more than that, we’re here to provide a lifelong network of support through response, recovery, and resilience.