The Capital Gazette was established in 1884 and has a readership of 67,786. Annapolis representative to the Maryland House of Delegates Michael E. Busch called the Capital Gazette “the voice of the community.”
The parent company of the Capital Gazette, which also owns the Baltimore Sun, has established a families fund through the Community Foundation of Anne Arundel County.
Read a recounting of the shooting from the perspective of the survivors, written by Capital Gazette reporter Chase Cook.
Please give what you can to help the Capital Gazette newsroom and journalists. Our hearts break for our colleagues in Annapolis and these funds will help them pay for medical bills, funeral costs, grief and trauma counseling, and other unforeseen expenses that could arise as a result of the shooting.
You can donate by calling (410) 280-1102, going online to cfaac.org or sending a check to CFAAC at 914 Bay Ridge Road, Suite 220, Annapolis, Maryland 21403 with “The Capital Gazette Families Fund” listed on the memo line.
To make a tax-deductible donation, please go to The Capital Gazette Families Fund.