Panic! At The Disco Are The Most Recent Band To Help Orlando Shooting Victims

In the wake of the Orlando shootings, emo band Panic! at the Disco teamed up with OneBlood to organize a blood drive for the victims of Sunday’s tragic shooting at Pulse nightclub.

The band, who’s currently on tour with Weezer and Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness held the drive before their Miami concert on June 14th.

Panic! At The Disco, didn’t just run a blood drive to help the victims of America’s most deadly mass shooting to date. The band sold a limited-edition reprint of a tee shirt with a message that supported the LGBTQ community. The proceeds of the shirt, which read “Girls Love Girls and Boys,” were donated to charity.

After the performance and blood drive, the band tweeted this emotional photo of their of set.

Panic! At The Disco isn’t the only musical group to support victims of the tragic shooting. Adele recently broke down in tears while she was paying tribute to the victims during her concert in Belgium. Rock group Queen and former American Idol star Adam Lambert also paid tribute to the victims of the tragedy, while talk show host James Corden payed tribute during the Tony Awards.

If you want to help, you can donate to the Pulse Victim Fund, a fund set up by Florida’s LGBTQ organization Equality Florida to help support the victims of the Pulse shooting. Currently, the fund has raised almost $5 million of their $7 million goal.