Fresno Mass Shooting Victims Fund

Press Release Date:
Feb 20, 2020


Fresno, Ca. On February 20, 2020—FRESNO COUNTY, it was heavily reported that on Sunday, November 17, 2019 “a group of family and friends were gathered in a southeast Fresno backyard watching a football game when a gunman walked up and began shooting.” 10 people were shot, 4 fatally: Hmong singer Xy Lee , 23; Phia Vang, 31; Kou Xiong, 38; and Kalaxang Thao, 40, and 6 others wounded. Two are currently stable in the hospital. In our efforts to support and maintain our Happy, Healthy, Holistic Community Sat Nam Yoga hosts a Monthly Healing Circle and all are welcome! We invite seekers and healers of all disciplines to join and share their knowledge in a friendly non-judgmental space. Our healing circle is a place for discovery, connection and community. Gather your friends for an exciting evening of self exploration!

Healing sessions: February NORTH HALL – FRESNO PACIFIC 1717 S. Chestnut Ave Fresno, CA 93702

  • Community Wellness Fair 5:30pm
  • Yoga & Mindfulness Session – FREE Yoga Mats Provided 6:30pm
  • Live Music 8:00pm


Questions about go fund me or media inquiries are to be directed to The Fresno Center.

The 4 families that suffered a grave loss has requested The Fresno Center handle media inquiries, assist with go fund me navigation and can accept monetary donations on their behalf. The Fresno Center will work directly with the families to distribute all donations.

About The Fresno Center: 501C3 non-profit organization
Founded in 1991, the mission of The Fresno Center is to assist individuals in becoming self-sufficient, self-fulfilled, and productive members of the community while fostering cultural preservation and promoting cross-cultural understanding. It has a long-standing history of providing traditional and culturally competent, and linguistic services to the growing needs of underserved and unserved Southeast Asian and other underserved residents in Fresno County.