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Travis Kelce Donates $100k to 2 Injured Kids From KC Super Bowl Parade Shooting

Travis Kelce donates $100k to 2 injured kids from KC Super Bowl Parade shooting
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We’ve all been deeply affected by the distressing scenes that unfolded during what should have been a joyous celebration for Kansas City after their Super Bowl victory.

Sadly, we mourn the loss of a cherished individual, Lisa Lopez, a popular DJ at radio station KKFI. The toll of this tragic event is compounded by the fact that at least 22 people, including many children, have been injured, intensifying the heartache and frustration we collectively share.

Yet, amidst the darkness, stories of heroism have emerged, showcasing the indomitable spirit of ordinary people. Brave bystanders, including those who pursued and apprehended one of the suspected shooters, serve as a beacon of hope.

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The Chiefs, too, have demonstrated their commitment to the community. Players like Trey Smith and Coach Andy Reid provided comfort amid the chaos before the team returned to Arrowhead Stadium. Furthermore, quarterback Patrick Mahomes and his wife Brittany visited victims at Children’s Hospital in Kansas City, offering solace in the face of tragedy.

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Travis Kelce, a valued member of the Chiefs family, has stepped up to lend a helping hand. His generous donations of $50,000 each to the GoFundMe campaign for Madison and Melia Reyes, the sisters injured in the shooting, underscore the solidarity within the Chiefs community.

The GoFundMe page, established to aid the recovery of the Reyes sisters, has raised nearly $175,000, with Kelce’s Eighty-Seven Running Foundation contributing a significant $100,000. This act of kindness follows Taylor Swift’s compassionate donation of $100,000 to a separate GoFundMe for the family of Lisa Lopez-Galvan, the radio DJ tragically killed in the shooting. Notably, Lopez-Galvan was a cousin of the Reyes sisters’ mother.

In these challenging times, witnessing the collective response to tragedy restores our faith in humanity. The outpouring of support serves as a poignant reminder that compassionate individuals far outnumber those who bring darkness into our world.

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