FORT HOOD, Texas (AP) Fort Hood has announced ways for the public to donate to assist victims and their families from Thursday's shooting massacre.

At least 13 people died in gunfire that left more than two dozen wounded. The suspect, Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, was wounded, taken into custody and remained hospitalized Saturday.

A statement from Fort Hood says the following agencies would accept donations:

Chaplain's Fund Office

Building No. 44, 761st Tank Battalion Ave.

Fort Hood, Texas 76544-5000

Fisher House

Building No. 36015, Fisher Lane

Fort Hood, Texas 76544

Killeen Red Cross

208 W. Ave. A

Killeen, Texas 76541

USO Fort Hood

Building No. 1871,

50th St.

Fort Hood, Texas 76544