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Colorado Theater Shooting: Nonprofits Tweet Thoughts, Prayers (SLIDESHOW)

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Jacob Stevens, 18, hugs his mother Tammi Stevens after being interview by police outside Gateway High School where witness were brought for questioning after a shooting at a movie theater, Friday, July 20, 2012 in Denver. A gunman wearing a gas mask set off an unknown gas and fired into a crowded movie theater at a midnight opening of the Batman movie
Jacob Stevens, 18, hugs his mother Tammi Stevens after being interview by police outside Gateway High School where witness were brought for questioning after a shooting at a movie theater, Friday, July 20, 2012 in Denver. A gunman wearing a gas mask set off an unknown gas and fired into a crowded movie theater at a midnight opening of the Batman movie "The Dark Knight Rises," killing at least 12 people and injuring at least 50 others, authorities said. (AP Photo/Barry Gutierrez)

Colorado is reeling from Friday’s senseless shooting at a midnight movie showing of "The Dark Knight Rises." The shooting, which took place at a suburban movie theatre in Aurora, Colo., claimed the lives of 12 innocent people –- one as young as 6 years old.

As residents of Aurora begin to mourn the losses of those murdered, and start piecing together what could’ve led the suspect to take the lives of those at the movie showing, the nonprofit community has stepped in to offer their condolences and support.

Click through the slideshow below to read their thoughts and prayers.

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Nonprofits React To Colorado Shooting
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