Pechanga Band of Indians donates $100,000 to Monterey Park victims fund

The Pechanga Band of Indians in Riverside County has donated $100,000 to the Monterey Park Lunar New Year Victims Fund, according to Pechanga.

As of late afternoon Wednesday, Jan. 25, the fund — on GoFundMe — had raised $721,822 on its way to a goal of $750,000, according to the site.

Pechanga officials, in announcing the most recent donation, said the gift sent the amount to more than $800,000.

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Other donors to the fund include The Asian American Foundation, with $100,000; Panda Express, with $30,000; and Edison International, with $25,000, among many others.

Pechanga and Monterey Park have a partnership, officials saying that the city “opened its arms to Pechanga more than a decade ago to partake and contribute to the excitement of its Lunar New Year Festival.”

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“As we mourn the victims of Saturday night’s tragedy, Pechanga’s commitment to the community remains unwavering, the Band said in a statement. “A contribution of $100,000 has been made to the victims’ fund in solidarity with their families and community.”

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