Travis Kelce donates $100,000 to two children injured in parade shooting

Travis Kelce donated $100,000 to the Reyes family, whose daughters, ages 8 and 10, were victims of the Super Bowl victory parade shooting. Kelce donated the funds through his charity Eighty-Seven & Running.

The charity helps disadvantaged young people, setting them up for success by offering resources and assistance in education, business, sports, STEM and the arts. Eighty-Seven & Running contributed $100,000 and made two $50,000 donations through GoFundMe.

As of Friday night, the Reyes family’s GoFundMe campaign had surpassed its $100,000 goal by nearly $75,000. The family reportedly mentioned that the funds raised would cover the girls’ medical costs and that any remaining amount would contribute to their college funds. Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes also recently visited the girls at the hospital.

Travis Kelce’s Girlfriend Taylor Swift Also Donated for Parade Shooting Victims

Meanwhile, Travis Kelce’s girlfriend Taylor Swift also made a donation for the victims of the parade shooting. A GoFundMe for Lisa López-Galván, who was killed in a shooting at the Kansas City Chiefs’ victory parade, caught the pop star’s attention. The pop singer generously contributed $100,000 to the site early Friday morning.

The “Elizabeth López-Galván Memorial” page was created Thursday to raise $75,000 for the shooting victim’s family. However, Swift surpassed the goal on Friday morning by donating $50,000. Eight minutes later she made a second donation for the same amount. More than 1,300 people have already contributed to the cause.

“I send you my deepest condolences and condolences following your devastating loss. Love, Taylor Swift,” she wrote on the GoFundMe page. López Galván’s son, Marc López Galván, in his 20s, was among the shooting victims and was released from the hospital. Two other distant relatives were also injured.

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Yesterday, the Jackson County Family Court Division revealed that two juveniles face charges in the mass shooting. They are currently being held in a juvenile detention center on weapons charges and resisting arrest. Authorities expect more charges to be filed as the Kansas City Police Department’s investigation continues. However, like the two juvenile defendants, Missouri law prohibits revealing their names and limits public access to future hearings.

Kansas City Police Chief Stacey Graves stated that the initial findings of the city’s investigation indicate that the mass shooting originated from a dispute between several individuals that led to gunshots. The 23 shooting victims range in age from 8 to 47 years old, and at least half of them are under 16 years old. The investigation is currently active and ongoing.

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