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Here's how you can help victims of the Brussels terror attacks

Posted at 2:43 PM, Mar 24, 2016

The crowd fundraising website has launched a campaign to collect funds to support victims in this week's terror attacks in Brussels, Belgium.

The GoFundMe campaign says if an official charity is named, it will move the funds there. GoFundMe is giving $25,000 to the victims.

To see the campaign and donate, go here:

Brussels is recovering after attacks Tuesday, March 22 by the Islamic State in which terrorists set off bombs in the city's airport and in a subway train. Dozens of people were killed, and hundreds injured.

Security fears are heightened throughout the world as civilians continue to be the targets of terror acts committed by ISIS.