Friends and family are pitching in to help support the victims of last week's mass shooting Buffalo, Minnesota, as they begin to fight to recover from their wounds.
Five Allina Health employees were shot in the attack, with one, 37-year-old mother of two Lindsay Overbay, ultimately dying from her wounds.
Another, Sherry Curtis, was identified about two days after the shooting, and confirmed to be on the "long road to recovery" from her injuries.
Though Allina declined to release the names of the rest of the victims, the Buffalo Strong website — launched as a resource to help the families impacted by the shooting — has now shared their fundraising pages, identifying them as Antonya Fransen-Pruden, Jen Gipson and Tammy Schauffler.
Fransen-Pruden, a mother who works at Allina full time as she's "studying for her boards" to become a nurse, was shot in the back by the gunman, according to her GoFundMe.
"Though the extent of Antonya's injuries are currently unknown," the page says, "what we do know is Antonya's life has changed forever and she has a long road ahead of her for recovery."
The fundraiser is seeking $50,000 to help her family deal with the expenses of her treatment; so far, it's raised over $21,000.
Jen Gipson is a medical assistant at Allina Crossroads Clinic and a mother of three; her GoFundMe is seeking $5,000 for a "recovery fund."
Finally, Tammy Schauffler's fundraising effort is being handled by the local Natural Roots Salon, which says she's been a part of their "family for a long time":
"February 18th - 20th all proceeds from product sales at Natural Roots Salon will be going to Tammy's recovery," the Facebook post says. "Donations will also be graciously accepted."
All of the victims of the attack are employees at the Allina Crossroads Clinic.
The suspect, Gregory Ulrich, has been charged with second-degree murder and four counts of attempted murder in the shooting.