• Taylor Swift makes generous donation to victim's family
  • Of the Kansas City Chiefs' Super Bowl parade shooting
  • She supports the family of Lisa Lopez-Galvan

In the wake of the unimaginable Kansas City parade tragedy, Taylor Swift, the beloved songstress and philanthropist, has stepped forward with an incredible act of kindness. Swift made two heartwarming donations totaling $100,000 to the GoFundMe campaign for Lisa Lopez-Galvan, a mother of two and cherished community member, who lost her life in the senseless violence.

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A message of love and support

Swift's message on the GoFundMe page, "Sending my deepest sympathies and condolences in the wake of your devastating loss. With love, Taylor Swift," resonates with her fans and the community, showcasing her genuine empathy. As of now, the donations have soared past $180,000, reflecting a community united in support.

Lisa Lopez-Galvan (43), a vibrant radio DJ and a pillar of the Kansas City community, was taken from us too soon. Her friends and employer, 'KKFI 90.1 FM', confirmed the heartbreaking news, leaving behind a legacy of love and charity. The "Elizabeth Lopez-Galvan Memorial" GoFundMe page honors her as an "amazing mother, wife, daughter, sister, aunt, cousin, and friend to so many."


Travis Kelce and the Chiefs Community Mourn

Travis Kelce (34), Chiefs tight end and Swift's boyfriend, expressed his sorrow over the incident, emphasizing the close-knit bond he shares with the Kansas City community. The Chiefs' victory is overshadowed by this loss, but Kelce's words offer solace to those affected.

The Lopez-Galvan family's statement calls for prayers as they navigate this period of mourning. Lisa's husband, Mike, and their children, Marc and Adriana, face the future without their beloved matriarch, supported by a community's embrace.

Beto Lopez, Lisa's brother, shared his sister's story with CNN's Anderson Cooper, painting a picture of a woman whose dedication to her family and community knew no bounds. Her loss is not just a statistic; it's a void in the heart of Kansas City.

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Kansas City Police Chief Stacey Graves clarified that the shooting, which injured many including children, was not an act of terrorism but the result of a personal dispute. This clarification brings little comfort to a community in mourning.