Last month, the gay nightclub suffered a devastating tragedy where an armed shooter opened fire in the building, killing 49 people and wounding 53 others.
Now, the outside of the nightclub is decorated with different offerings from people coming from all over America and also outside of the country who wish to pay their respect to the victims.
The nightclub has also set up a non-profit charity called OnePulse Foundation.
The foundation’s aim is to use the donations received for ‘conceiving, funding and aiding in the construction of a permanent memorial on the existing Pulse site in Orlando… and other relevant sites to be determined by the Board,’ according to the articles of incorporation filed with the Florida Department of State Division of Corporations earlier this month, reports WESH.
In a statement posted on Facebook, the foundation says that money raised will also go to victims who require financial help.
Pulse spokeswoman Sara Brady said that it is the owners’ intent to turn the club into a memorial.
A benefit concert to raise money for the memorial has also been announced. The event is said to be held in California on 19 August, though details on the show and its line-up have yet been released.