WAUKESHA, Wis. – In an effort to connect victims of the Waukesha Christmas Parade tragedy with helpful resources, a center has been established at Carroll University.
"They've been a wild couple for 48 hours," said Waukesha County Executive Paul Farrow. "We have an amazing community that has stepped up and reached out to help each other. We are grateful for all that everyone is doing and we continue to do to help each other."
Inside the campus center at Carroll University, a resource center is being established.
"We are preparing the Resource Center for Family and Friends" It is here at Carroll University, Carroll has been kind enough to organize this during this time, "Farrow said.
As the tables are set and Signs are up, vendors say they are ready to help in any way they can.
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"We 'We have been part of this community for 127 years, it is part of us, it is what we are. We feel like a strong community is one that will embrace when things like this happen and just roll up their sleeves and help, "said Salvation Army Major Tim Nauta." We've been providing meals, we've been providing prayer support, counseling, and referring people. where they need to go ".
Help comes from groups like the Salvation Army and the Red Cross …
" This is an opportunity if you have concerns , thoughts, questions, I need help in any way because of this incident, please come here and reach out, "said Farrow.