Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce each donate $100,000 to Kansas City shooting victims. 

Taylor Swift's representative told Variety that she donated $100,000 to the family of the lady who was fatally shot at the Kansas City Chiefs' Super Bowl parade on Wednesday. 

On Friday morning, two $50,000 donations in the singer's name surfaced on a GoFundMe page created for the family of Lisa Lopez-Galvan, a local radio personality and mother of two.  

"I am sending my heartfelt regrets and condolences in the wake of your sad loss. "With love, Taylor Swift," the contribution said. 

Swift was in attendance at the Super Bowl on Sunday, watching her boyfriend, Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce, defeat the San Francisco 49ers.  

Following the parade shooting, Kelce was one of several NFL players who led tributes to the victims. 

Kelce donated $100,000 to a GoFundMe campaign established up for the Reyes family, whose two young children were shot in the legs during the parade, in two $50,000 installments through his Eighty-Seven & Running organization.  

The fund aims to "help provide vital financial support for their physical and mental recovery." 

Swift's donation was made to a GoFundMe page established up Thursday afternoon to provide "vital financial support" with the objective of earning $75,000 for the late Lopez-Galvan's family.  

At the time of publication, the fund had exceeded $330,000.  

Lisa was celebrating the Chiefs' Super Bowl victory parade when she was senselessly killed," the fund's organizer stated. 

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