SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Since the deadly terror attacks in Paris, there has been a huge outpouring of goodwill from individuals, non-profits, and corporations who have come forward to help.
Phone and tech companies are making it easier for people to communicate with loved ones in Paris by offering free services.
AT&T customers can call and text France for free through November 17. Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile were offering their customers free calls to France, as well.
A GoFundMe page set up for Bataclan victim Nick Alexander who was there working with the Eagles of Death, has raised more than $70,000.
Americans who want to open their homes to Europeans stranded in the U.S. due to flight cancellations and delays are using the hashtag #strandedinUS.
The French Red Cross is still helping victims with a myriad of services. Donations can be made via their website.
— Kind is Kind (@kindiskindco) November 14, 2015
Finally, t-shirt maker Kind is Kind is selling Paris Solidarity Tees emblazoned with Eiffel Tower in the center of a peace sign on Etsy for $25. The proceeds from the sales go entirely to Doctors Without Borders (Médecins Sans Frontières).
CBSSF.com writer, producer Jan Mabry is also executive producer and host of The Bronze Report. She lives in Northern California. Follow her on Twitter @janmabr.