How you can support victims of Waukesha parade tragedy

A City Of Waukesha Flag Blows In The Wind

WAUKESHA, Wis. — The Waukesha community is coming together to support the victims of Sunday’s parade tragedy.

Five people were killed and at least 40 were injured Sunday when an SUV plowed into paradegoers at a Christmas parade. The driver, Darrell Brooks Jr., is in custody.

The United for Waukesha Community Fund, a joint effort of the Waukesha County Community Foundation and the United Way of Greater Milwaukee and Waukesha County, has been set up to help those affected by the tragedy.

A number of GoFundMe accounts have been established to help specific individuals and groups.

The crowdfunding website shared a list of verified fundraisers on social media, including:

The City of Waukesha also announced a partnership with the United Way Monday to raise funds for families impacted by the tragedy.

UW’s BIPOC Coalition is asking community members who wish to support victims to donate to the fund.

The Milwaukee Brewers are also hosting multiple events to raise money for victims.

This article will be updated as more information becomes available.