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T-Mobile Accepts Donations to Help Victims of Recent Orlando Shooting

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In the aftermath of the recent shooting at an Orlando night club which claimed the lives of 49 individuals and wounded several others, T-Mobile is having a charity drive to collect donations from those who want to do their part and help the victims and their families. Earlier today, T-Mobile sent out a press release announcing the "Text to Give" charity donation campaign they have partnered with the Mobile Giving Foundation as a way for T-Mo subscribers to give their support.

T-Mobile president and CEO John Legere has shared that the June 12 mass shooting in Orlando was a "horrific and tragic" event. Legere also said that the victims, together with their friends and families "deserve our thoughts, prayers and support."

In order to make a $10 donation to to the Orlando Health Foundation, you would simply need to text: "ORLANDO" and send it to 20222. Text messaging charges will not apply. A one-time donation charge of $10 will show up on your next T-Mobile bill. 


Source: T-Mobile Newsroom

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  1. There's no way anyone can or should say anything about this action by Legere and TMO.

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    1. I agree. Let's make the whole site a safe zone so no one's feelings are hurt by critical opinions on any topic.

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  2. AT&T followed yesterday with the same text to donate $10. If you wondered, the foundation supports the trama center where 44 people were taken. 27 remain there in critical condition.

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  3. I hope the victims get the money: deceased and injured, but what about survivors in the club with emotional damages? The Red Cross received millions for Haiti and they built 6 homes.

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    1. There is a Gofundme if you want a little more assurance than a text. They are nearing the goal of $5M.

      https://www.gofundme.com/PulseVictimsFund

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  4. Zach: I meant that "There's no way anyone can or should say anything bad/negative about this action by Legere and TMO."

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