This page has a variety of opportunities to show your support for the families impacted, for the community, and for local businesses. Here, you'll find fundraising efforts and Oxford Strong merchandise from a variety of local businesses.


Marshall Music is doing a fundraiser to help students affected use music to heal. You can buy items for the care packages on their website - and they'll be distributed to students. 25% of the sales of these products are also going to the OHS Music Department.

Oxford Tim Hortons has Oxford Strong donuts! All proceeds will be donated to the Oxford Community Memorial and victims fund.

Woodchips Express: Accepting donations that will go directly to OHS families.

Mazza Auto Parts (Waterford, Clarkston, and Ortonville area locations; formerly in Oxford for many years) is holding a scrap metal drive for the month of December. All proceeds will be donated to the victims’ families.

Q Salon & Space (Rochester Hills) is offering $40 haircut gift cards, with 100% of the proceeds going to OHS families. Available through the end of the year.

Indianwood Junction is taking and matching donations.

Simple Organics has several things to offer for peace and healing. They're also donating 10% of all regular sales at the store until March 2022. They also have a mindfulness class starting in January. Check their Etsy or Instagram for more info.

Caputo Salon is donating to OHS families with eyebrow wax, upper lip wax, and hair tinsel. See here for more info.

Pit Stop Barbershop (located inside Meijer) has a healing wall to write notes of support on the window in Oxford Meijer. Also, Angela is offering $5 haircuts for OHS boys.

Ace Hardware of Clarkston is rounding up donations for the OHS families affected and matching donations.


StrOnger Together tumblers are for sale. For each tumbler sold, a tumbler will be donated to an Oxford Community Schools teacher. There is also an option to donate "your" tumbler too if you are not local 🖤 These are being made by an OMS mom who has donated her time and talents to support Oxford.

Alexandra Peterson has partnered with Studio E Photography to offer a number of Oxford Strong items (prints, mugs, hats, and notebooks). The proceeds from sales will go to Legacy Center, Collier Lanes, and Birdies Indoor Golf - to help students enjoy these spaces and services for free.

Ring True Co. is donating 25% of your entire purchase from their website (when you type "oxford" in the order details) to Sanctuary Services. They provide free trauma therapy to Oxford students/families.

Oxford Strong has several apparel items for sale. They offer shipping.

The Michigan Outfitter: Oxford Strong t-shirts.

Oxford Wildcat Booster Club A variety of items: see their website for more details.

Hilton Screeners Oxford Strong t-shirts.

Signarama Detroit: makes yard signs (Oxford Strong/Prayers for Oxford and Thanks to teachers and first responders).

Soothe Your Soul (Legacy Center): selling shirts, coordinating events throughout the Legacy Center, as well as offering counseling.

Stylish Advisor Boutique: selling Oxford sweatshirts and hoodies. 100% of the profits will be donated to OHS families.

The Oxford Tap: selling car decals.

Harvest Time: selling car decals.

Art & Dick’s: selling car decals.

24th Street tavern: selling car decals.

Caveman and Pip: selling car decals.

Green Hippo Gifts is selling Oxford Strong ornaments. 100% of the proceeds will be donated directly to victims and their families. NOTE: staff is also hand-delivering orders to Oxford families, so they can remain safely at home.

Crystal Clear Upholstery has offered to sew patches on to Varsity jackets for Oxford High School students free of charge.

Unfussy Goods is selling a blue/yellow jar candle, with all the proceeds going toward the families