WAUKESHA, WIâ Three restaurants in Waukesha came together to raise $ 10,000 for two affected groups after a man walked through walkers and spectators, killing six people and injuring more than 60, Club 400 announced on Facebook .
Club 400,, and donated 50% of sales on Dec. 8 to the Xtreme Dance Team and Waukesha South High School Group.
The money was split and distributed to both groups on Wednesday.
âThank you again for continuing to show compassion and care for the community we live in. You make us proud to call Waukesha home,â Club 400 said.
There is help for other groups and individuals through the United for Waukesha Community Fund.
Eligible persons must submit either the Deceased Victim Claim Form or the Uniform Complaint Form by selecting one of the categories listed below:
- Applicants for those who died as a result of the parade will receive the highest payment category.
- Injured people who required overnight hospitalization.
- People treated for injuries at hospitals in the Waukesha region and Milwaukee County.
- Those present at the parade such as first responders and medical professionals treating the injured at the time of the parade.
- Non-profit agencies serving those affected by the parade.
- Non-profit organizations providing mental health services to those affected by the parade.
Visit the website for more information on the community fund.