I used this link from above to order a NOH8 T-shirt for my husband today. 100% of the proceeds go to Orlando victims. I hope it'll help him deal with his depression following the massacre, that I discussed in another thread. https://represent.com/orlando/noh8-orlando-pulse-night-club-charity-tee-for-victims-and-families
I'd also have already donated money in our name, but I'm waiting to see which groups offering help to Orlando have exhibitor booths at our Stonewall Street Festival this Saturday. Then I'll just write a check in person and also sign any related petitions and condolence books. Having the hands-on interactive experience of donating during Pride may mean more psychologically to my husband than telling him I sent money over the net. Equality Florida and HRC usually do staff exhibitor booths.
A condolences scroll will be signed by us tomorrow, at a public memorial conducted by the City of Fort Lauderdale. The City will formally deliver the scroll to the City of Orlando.
On the topic of my husband's depression, BTW, he's already doing a little better. By coincidence he had a scheduled checkup with our primary care physician this morning (Thur, 6-18 ). When the doctor routinely asked how he felt, my husband avoided mentioning the depression. So I, sitting right there, brought it up.
The doctor (who's gay himself and has a nearly 100% gay practice) said he's seeing that a lot, and it's not surprising after such an event. He was reassuring and said to let him know if it doesn't begin to clear up in a week or so. We both felt better hearing the doctor address it, and I think that was a big factor in my husband improving today.
And my thanks to the guys who made considerate suggestions about this in my other thread (with only one notable but not surprising exception). It gave me some good ideas that I'm now implementing. And it helps ME, too, to have a plan of action to focus on. Even this thread serves that double purpose for me. Because I've shown it to him to let him know that "we" are trying to get the word out about Orlando assistance, on RJ and elsewhere, and that activity helps give him a sense of doing something, rather than just sitting and brooding.