Following a shooting at one of its stores that left 22 people dead, Walmart has announced plans to provide $400,000 in grants to members of the El Paso community.

The money will go to the El Paso Community Foundation’s Shooting Victims’ Fund and the Paso del Norte Community Foundation’s El Paso Victims Relief Fund. Both funds are providing assistance to those affected by the shooting.

“Our hearts ache for El Pasoans,” Greg Foran, president and CEO of Walmart's U.S. division, said in a written statement. “As we work on helping our associates through this tragedy, we also want to help ensure the community has the resources it needs by providing funds to support the important work the El Paso Community Foundation and the Paso del Norte Community Foundation are doing during this difficult time. We want to support the people of El Paso every step of the way.” 

Walmart and Sam's Club say they have also been providing water and food to the family reunification center that was set up following the shooting, as well as three hospitals where victims are being treated.

The Walmart store where the shooting happened, as well as an adjacent Sam's Club, remain closed, according to El Paso TV station KVIA. Workers are being transferred to other area locations to ensure they continue to get paid.