Baltimore Key Bridge aid, GoFundMe pages, and relief efforts for families impacted

Numerous families will be impacted by the collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse on Tuesday. 

Commuters, companies, and those close to the six construction workers who were on the bridge when it crumbled will all need to make significant adjustments.  

Both federal and state aid is on the way, GoFundMe pages are popping up online, and communities are rallying to offer assistance. 

FOX 5 has compiled a list of ways that you can assist those impacted by the tragedy. 

GoFundMe pages to support construction workers' families

GoFundMe's Trust & Safety team has been monitoring the site for fundraisers created to help people impacted by the event. A GoFundMe spokesperson says that the team reviews every fundraiser. 

34-year-old Maynor Suazo Sandoval's wife and their three daughters

Family of Maynor Suazo Sandoval

35-year-old Jose Mynor Lopez's wife and family"

D.C. nonprofit LULAC Institute, Inc.

Brawner Builders' Families Relief Fund


Baltimore bridge collapse: 2 victims recovered, 4 others still missing

Maryland officials say the bodies of two victims have been recovered following the collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge Tuesday. Four others known to have fallen into the river are still missing.

Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott's Office of Immigration Affairs

Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott quickly issued an Executive Order declaring a State of Emergency in Baltimore City in response to the Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse. The Executive Order mobilizes the City of Baltimore’s Emergency Operations Plan to deploy emergency resources to protect the persons affected by the incident and expands the resources available to tackle the situation. 

This State of Emergency started Tuesday, March 26, and will remain in place for thirty days.

For people who want to donate to the families affected, Mayor Scott announced Thursday that the Office of Immigration Affairs is setting up a fund.


Biden Administration approves Maryland's $60M request for Baltimore Key Bridge response

Governor Wes Moore requested $60 million from the Biden Administration for emergency relief funding after Baltimore's Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed Tuesday morning.

Maryland Gov. Wes Moore pushing state legislators to pass aid for Baltimore Key Bridge families 

Maryland Gov. Wes Moore called for state legislators to pass aid supporting the families and the victims of the Francis Scott Key bridge collapse Friday and discussed his plan for a state scholarship for their children.

"We also need to ensure we provide legislation to provide support for the families and the victims of the bridge collapse, and everybody else who has been affected by this emergency," Gov. Moore said. "I’ll be proposing the creation of a permanent state scholarship for the children of the surviving spouses, the transportation workers who lost their lives on this job. We’ll continue to push for legislation that seeks to protect workers like the six workers of the Key Bridge collapse."