“June 12, 2016, was the most horrific day in the history of the City of Orlando. In the days since the tragedy, the members of our community have stood up and stood together to show the world the best humanity has to offer. Together we will remain Orlando United.” – Mayor Buddy Dyer
The Orlando United Assistance Center (OUAC) has been opened to serve as a navigation point to assess the needs, provide information, support and resources to those directly affected by the Pulse tragedy.
If you have been impacted by the Pulse tragedy, please make an appointment to receive assistance. Información en español.
- Call 407.500.HOPE
- Fill out the intake form (click here)
The OneOrlando Fund was created in response to the community’s requests to financially support the recovery efforts. Financial donations may be made through the following options:
- Online at oneorlando.org
- Checks made payable to the OneOrlando Fund and mailed to: OneOrlando, PO Box 4990, Orlando, FL 32802-4990
- Text ORLANDO to 501501 to donate $10
The City of Orlando, Orange County Government and the Orange County Regional History Center have partnered to collect and preserve letters, notes, signs and other non-perishable tribute items. It is important to the City, that these items are protected for the victims, the families, the community and future generations.
Memorial items will be carefully collected regularly by the History Center staff from the different temporary memorial sites for their long-term preservation at the Orange County Regional History Center. Flowers will be collected regularly and organically turned into soil that will be used in gardens throughout the City.
If you have questions, items to donate or a story to tell, please email OneOrlandoCollection@ocfl.net
Show your support and download the #OrlandoUnited graphic.
To view public records (code enforcement, emails, texts, etc) regarding Pulse, please visit the City Clerk’s page cityoforlando.net/pulserecords.