On Sunday, people can get a tattoo designed by one of the artists killed, and the money will go to the Colorado Healing Fund.
THORNTON, Colo. — Tattoo shops are coming together to raise money for victims, and their families after 3 shops in Denver and Lakewood were targeted in a mass shooting that killed 5 people on Dec. 27.
“I had a lot of fear I was very scared and shocked,” said Stevi Miller, a co-owner of Modified Madness Tattoos in Thornton.
Stevi and her husband, Marty Sandoval, have organized a fundraiser with 12 tattoo shops across the state to raise money for those affected.
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