In the wake of Wednesday’s mass shooting at the Molson Coors campus, several Milwaukee-area businesses (and musicians) have announced fundraisers to help the families affected by the tragedy. Here are those businesses and fundraisers. Let us know of any others in the comments below.

McBob’s Pub & Grill
4919 W. North Ave., Milwaukee
“We are deeply saddened to hear what happened at MillerCoors Brewery today. In honor of the victims and their families that were affected, starting Thursday, February 27 2020 until Sunday night March 1 2020, $1.00 of all Miller Coors Products sold will be donated to the families of the victims. Also for our St. Patrick’s Day breakfast donations we will be donating funds to the families of this tragedy.”

Cleveland Pub, Dugout 54, Kelly’s Bleachers 2, Kelly’s Bleachers 3, Lucky Chucky’s, Natty Oaks
“For nearly 40 years our family has grown up with the support of Miller Beer brands, and in an effort to support the family that helped make us who we are, we have chosen to support their family during this tragic time. We will be donating 50 cents for every tap poured of Miller lite to the families effected by this tragedy. Starting today and through the entire weekend ending March first we will donate to the families, as we support those that supported ours. So this weekend when you stop and see our family, choose your next drink to be a Miller Lite and support their family at this difficult time.”

Wisconsin Harley-Davidson
1280 Blue Ribbon Dr., Oconomowoc
“Our hearts are so heavy with the news of what happened at Molson Coors today. In honor of the victims and their families that were affected, this St. Patrick’s Day, $1 of all green Miller Lite beer sold will be donated to the families of this senseless tragedy. We will also be accepting donations online here – or in-store.”

The Heart Revival Center for Belonging
3701 S. Packard Ave., Milwaukee
“We are overcome with sadness for our neighbors impacted by today’s tragedy at Miller Coors. Please join us tomorrow (Feb. 27) at 5:45 p.m. for Mindful Vinyasa. All donations received for this offering will support a family in need.”

Sip & Purr Cat Cafe
2021 E. Ivanhoe Pl., Milwaukee
“We at Sip & Purr, are extremely saddened by yesterday’s tragic events that took place in our beloved city. We understand that we alone can’t change the world…but we (and our cats) can add some bits of happiness to it. All Molson Coors employees are invited to enjoy FREE Cat Lounge visits through March 4th. Show up, show us your work ID, and enjoy the comfort of our cats. Nero, Sip & Purr’s certified therapy house cat is always available for snuggles, gentle pets, and head scratches. We care about our community and will do whatever it takes to make things a bit brighter.”

Brew City Brand
“We are raising funds for the families of the victims affected by the deadly shootings at MolsonCoors Brewing Company, which occurred in the afternoon on February 26, 2020. We have designed and printed a Miller Strong t-shirt, which you will receive with any donation $50 or higher. All proceeds go to the victim’s families.”

Keith Pulvermacher
“Heartbreaking news today. 100% of the proceeds from the download of ‘Keep The Faith’ Is going to go the victims of the families from today’s shooting at Miller Brewery. It was a song I wrote sung by my friend Adam Palmer. I don’t even know what to say. It’s how we can do something to try to make a difference.”

Per the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: “The Wisconsin Department of Health Services reminded the public that they can contact the Disaster Distress Helpline if they are upset by the news of the shooting. Call 1(800) 985-5990 or text TalkWithUs to 66746.”

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