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We are deeply saddened by the tragic shootings at Pulse nightclub Sunday morning.  Please keep the victims and their families in your thoughts and prayers.  It is a very sad day for our Orlando LGBT family.  Our sympathy goes out to the victums, famlies and everyone in our Orlando City Beautiful community affected by this tragedy. We are absolutely heartbroken.

GLBT Community Center of Central Florida  &  Two Spirit Health Services, Inc.  are coordinating mental health support today for all those in need. Please stop by The Center.

If you would like to help, the OneBlood  is in need of O negative, O positive, and AB Plasma. 

Experiencing emotional distress and need to speak to someone call the  Zebra Coalition  hotline .

Victims Family Hotline: 407-246-4357

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