Las Vegas Shooting Response

The private sector is supporting the victims and families of the mass shooting in Las Vegas on October 1, 2017—as well as supporting the broader Las Vegas community. Use this form to submit how your company is supporting these efforts.

Disclaimer: This tracker is a compilation of publicly available and company-submitted data and may not be fully representative of all private sector giving.

Year: 
2017

AirBnB

AirBnB has activated their hosts following the tragic events in Las Vegas. Those impacted by the attack, visiting loved ones and first responders deployed to support can access $0 listings by visiting https://www.airbnb.com/welcome/evacuees/vegas.

Allegiant Air

Allegiant Air donated $362,358 to the Las Vegas Victims Fund to support the victims and families affected by the October 1 mass shooting on the Strip. Employees of the Las Vegas-based discount carrier raised more than $181,000 by donating hours of paid leave time. Those funds were matched dollar-for-dollar by Allegiant’s executive management team. Allegiant Air also offered free flights for victims and their families.

Bad Apple Tattoo

Bad Apple Tattoo is offering $50 small tattoos. The proceeds from the tattoos will go to the victims.

Boyd Gaming Corp.

Boyd Gaming Corp. is extending complimentary rooms at its Las Vegas properties to family members of victims. The duration of the stay will be decided on a case-by-case basis.

Caesars Entertainment

Caesars Entertainment, its employees, family of chefs and entertainers have come together to organize $2 Million in donations to assist those impacted by this terrible event and to help our community heal.

Domino's Pizza

In the immediate aftermath of the shooting, Domino's Pizza delivered free pies to police and first responders, as well as to hospital workers and folks in waiting rooms.

Los Angeles Lakers

The Los Angeles Lakers organization announced that, along with the Sacramento Kings, T-Mobile Arena, AEG, and MGM Resorts International, it will donate the proceeds from a preseason game vs. Sacramento in Las Vegas to aid those affected by the tragic incident.

Lyft

Lyft is offering free rides to and from certain blood donation centers, hospitals and relief centers. The offer is good for two rides per phone number, capped at a maxiumum of $40 per trip.

MGM Resorts International

MGM Resorts International, the global entertainment organization, announced that it will provide donations through the MGM Resorts Foundation in the amount of $3 million to fund humanitarian assistance to victims of the Las Vegas shooting, along with organizations who provide support to those who are first on the scene to assist in traumatic events.

NFL

The NFL Foundation will provide $50,000 to the American Red Cross to assist with blood drives and other relief efforts in Las Vegas.

NHL

The Vegas Golden Knights and the NHL announced a joint donation of $300,000 to support victims of the mass shooting in Las Vegas.

Oakland Raiders

The Raiders contributed $50,000 to the Las Vegas Victims’ Fund.

Siegel Group Nevada Inc.

Siegel Group Nevada Inc. is offering free stays at the Siegel Suites Select for victims and family members who need a place to stay.

South Point

South Point will offer free hotel accommodations to those traveling to Las Vegas to assist their friends and families affected.

Southwest Airlines

Southwest is waiving all change fees for passengers who adjusted their travel in and out of Las Vegas.

Station Casinos Inc.

Station Casinos Inc. is offering free hotel rooms to the families of those affected who are traveling to Las Vegas.

Uber

Uber is offering free rides to and from certain blood donation centers, hospitals and relief centers. The offer is for rides worth up to $50.

UFC

UFC will donate $1 Million to families affected by Las Vegas shooting.

Vegas Golden Knights

The Vegas Golden Knights and the NHL announced a joint donation of $300,000 to support victims of the mass shooting in Las Vegas.

Zappos

Zappos promised to match donations made to CrowdRise by up to $1 million.