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Fundraiser for victims of the Club Q attack

On November 19, 2022, a 22-year-old gunman killed five people while they were at an LGBTQ bar called Club Q in Colorado Springs. It is Daniel Aston, Kelly Loving, Ashley Paugh, Derrick Rump and Raymond Green Vance who lost their lives for this hate crime. At least 19 other people were also injured. According to CNN, the assassin is currently in custody with the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office.

Now Avenged Sevenfold have stepped in to provide support to the families of the victims and survivors with a fundraiser. The band accepts donations via the Ethereum address below.

Via ETH via Avenged Sevenfold or via regular channels to Colorado Gives

“Over the weekend, one of our @deathbatsclub members was implicated in the tragedy that occurred in Colorado Springs, CO. We are all very grateful that he is doing well. Unfortunately, five others did not feel the same way and more are currently fighting for their lives in hospital. We have set up an ETH address – 0x51738cBEc7b96635D3573942f9194b675eEf4bcd – and accept donations until December 4th. All proceeds go to the Colorado Healing Fund’s Club Q Shooting Response. We will also thank the highest bidder with Zacky Vengeance’s BATsquiat 1/1, a gift box containing rare memorabilia, autographed collectibles and stage used items (…).

Anyone who would like to donate but does not own ETH can do so here: www.coloradogives.org/story/Clubq

(…) Thank you and take good care of yourselves!”

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