People around the world have been mourning the victims of the deadly mass shooting that occurred at a synagogue in a Pittsburgh neighbourhood on October 27 and the support continues to grow with each passing day.

Professional athletes and sports franchises have stepped up in different ways to honour the victims of the tragic attack and help those going difficult times and the Washington Capitals are the latest one to step up. This Wednesday, the Capitals will host their archrival in the Pittsburgh Penguins, but they’re going to put their difference aside for the night as they plan on donating half of the 50/50 raffle proceeds to the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh.

Through the team’s Monumental Sports & Entertainment Foundation, half of the 50/50 proceeds will be donated to the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh and will benefit the victims and families of the Tree of Life Synagogue in Squirrel Hill.

The Penguins and the Capitals tend to have nothing but hate for each other, but this Wednesday they’ll switch things up.

(H/T Twitter/Capitals)