The Pittsburgh Steelers observed a moment of silence before Sunday’s game against the Cleveland Browns at Heinz Field, which is approximately seven miles west of the Tree of Life Synagogue, where a gunman killed eight men and three women during services.
In a tribute to the victims, one activist tweaked the Steelers’ distinctive logo by adding a yellow shape into a Star of David and added the words “Stronger than hate.”
Also taking part in supporting their town tragedy, the Pittsburgh Penguins announced the team would host a blood drive on Monday and collect donations from fans attending Tuesday’s home game against the New York Islanders. A moment of silence will be held before the game and the team announced that the previously planned Halloween theme for the game would be canceled.
The club also announced that the Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation would donate $25,000 to the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh and another $25,000 to establish a benefit fund with the city’s Department of Public Safety for the four Pittsburgh police officers injured in Saturday’s shooting.
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