Helping the Victims of the Antioch Waffle House Shooting

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Early Sunday morning the Nashville community was devastated to hear of a mass shooting that took place at a Waffle House in Antioch that took the lives of four young people. 

As is the case in any tragedy, the community is looking for ways that they can help the victims of the shooting. Below are a few ways that you can help!

Project 615

Local apparel company, Project 615, launched a brand new t-shirt with 100% of the profits being donated to those impacted by the tragedy. 

Due to the recent tragedy at a Waffle House in Nashville, Tennessee, we are reminded just how important it is to Spread Love. With heavy hearts, we created this tee in hopes that in some small way we can create a ripple effect to spread love after such a tragedy and we can bring some relief to the victims who were impacted. #SpreadLove⠀ • • 100% of profits from the "Spread Love Sign" tee will be donated to support the immediate and long-term needs of the shooting victims and their families.⠀ • • Join us in support -- Tees are now available online at and limited quantities will be available at the end of the week in our East and West Nashville retail stores.⠀ • • *This campaign will run for two weeks and will ship within 7-10 business days*⠀

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James Shaw Jr., the man credited with disarming the attacker and saving the lives of many, has created a GoFundMe page to help the families of the victims of the shooting. According to the GoFundMe page, all proceeds will be given to the families. You can make a donation here.


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