UPDATED: Fundraisers to benefit Marshall County High School victims and families

UPDATED AS OF 2/19/2018

Fundraisers and benefits are being set up to help the victims and families affected by the Marshall County High School shooting. If you have a fundraiser or benefit you would like to add, please email us at newstip@wpsdlocal6.com.


Events:

February 21: Domino’s in Paducah, Mayfield, Muray, and Draffenville along with Metropolis, Illinois, will hold a fundraiser. If you say “Marshall Strong” when you place your order, 20% of the price will be donated.

February 22: Arby’s in Draffenville and Mayfield will hold a fundraiser from 5-8 p.m. 20% of sales will go to the #MarshallStrong fundraiser.

March 9: There will be a benefit concert held at Briensburg Baptist Church at 6:30 p.m.

 

 


Donations/Purchases:

The 1995 Marshall County High School graduating class has started a memorial benefit for Bailey Holt’s mother and MCHS alum, Secret Holt.
The Bailey Holt Memorial Fund (MCHS ’95)
c/o CFSB
221 West 5th Street
Benton, KY 42025
(270)-527-6034

Farmer’s Daughter Soap Company at 104 Broadway St. in Paducah is selling items to raise money for Bailey Holt’s family.

The Sweet Tee Company in Benton is selling #MarshallStrong T-shirts for $10 each, with proceeds benefiting the victims’ families.

A song written and performed by a 16-year-old is being sold with all the proceeds going to the Holt and Cope families. Jesse Wade wrote a song called ” If Heaven Can’t Wait” which has more than 3,000 views on Facebook. You can buy the song here.

Kentucky Lake Convention & Visitors Bureau is selling wristbands to raise money for the victims and their families. The orange and blue bands will be inscribed with the words “Marshall County Strong” and the hashtag #PrayForMarshall.  They are $1 each. In addition to the KLCVB office, starting Monday the bands will be available at the CFSB branches in Benton, Calvert City, Draffenville, Murray and Paducah, as well as the ReMax office in Benton and Murray, and the Rustic Door in Draffenville. KLCVB says an account has also been set up at CFSB named “Marshall Strong” that all wristband proceeds will go into, and you can make direct donations to that account as well. If you have questions about this fundraiser, you can call KLCVB at 270-527-3128 or email randy@kentuckylake.org.

Oral and Facial Surgery of Western Kentucky is selling laminated sports mouthguards with all the proceeds going to Marshall County High School.

Scents n More Boutique is offering bracelets to support victims.

Jaded Layne is selling t-shirts to support victims.

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