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The Colorado Healing Fund has activated after Monday’s mass shooting at a King Soopers in south Boulder that left 10 people dead.

The Colorado Healing Fund, chaired by former Colorado Attorney General Cynthia H. Coffman and the nonprofit organization’s board of trustees, provides a safe way for people to donate following tragedies, ensuring that the funds go to the victims and their families.

“The Colorado Healing Fund was established specifically to support victims of mass tragedy that is the result of a criminal act in Colorado,” Coffman said in a statement. “We stand ready to accept the public’s donations and will work with local agencies and organizations in Boulder to identify and respond to the immediate and long-term needs of victims, their families, and the larger community impacted by today’s tragic events.”

The public can securely donate online by visiting and donating through Colorado Gives. Checks and in-person donations will be accepted at Colorado-based FirstBank locations. Donors should make checks out to “Colorado Healing Fund” and designate their donations for “victims accounts” to bank tellers. Donations will be distributed to victims by the Fund’s community partners, including the Colorado Organization of Victim Assistance.

Nine of the 10 victims have not yet been publicly identified, but one has been identified as Boulder police Officer Eric Talley, 51.