Chiefs Tight End Supports Injured Children

Travis Kelce Joins Taylor Swift, Makes Multiple Donations to Children Injured During Super Bowl Parade Shooting

The Kansas City Chiefs’ victorious Super Bowl win has brought joy to football fans everywhere. However, the celebration turned tragic when a shooting occurred during the team’s parade, leaving one person dead and 22 injured. Among the injured were two sisters, Madison and Melia Reyes, who were enjoying the festivities with their family.

In an act of kindness, Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce, along with other players, stepped up to support those affected by the shooting. Travis donated a generous $50,000 to the sisters through his Eighty-Seven Running Foundation. The funds will help cover medical expenses and aid in their ongoing recovery.

The Reyes sisters’ story touched the hearts of many, leading to an outpouring of support from the community. A GoFundMe page was set up to raise funds for the girls’ physical and mental recovery. So far, it has raised an impressive $175,000, including the two significant donations from Travis Kelce.

The family expressed their gratitude for the support and asked for continued prayers as the girls continue their healing journey. Any remaining funds will be saved for their future college education.

Not only did Travis Kelce show his support, but Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes and his wife, Brittany, also visited the injured sisters in the hospital. The girls were delighted to meet the famous quarterback, and photos showed them all smiles despite their injuries.

In addition to Travis Kelce’s donation, Taylor Swift, the popular singer and Travis’s girlfriend, made a significant contribution of $100,000 to a GoFundMe set up by the family of Lisa Lopez, a local DJ who tragically passed away from her injuries in the shooting. Taylor’s gesture of kindness demonstrated the love and support the community has shown during this difficult time.

As the investigation into the shooting continues, the Kansas City Chiefs and their devoted fanbase stand strong, united against hate. Head coach Andy Reid has also been providing comfort and support to those affected by the tragic event. The city is determined to heal from this senseless act of violence, showing that love will always triumph over hate.