Travis Kelce’s Eighty-Seven and Running charity donates 100K to sisters who were wounded

Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce has made a $100,000 donation through his Eighty-Seven & Running charity to sisters wounded in the Kansas City Super Bowl celebration shooting.

The tight end gifted the money to the Reyes family, as they sought funds for the recovery of their two daughters.

Per the GoFundMe:

This fund has been set up to benefit Reyes family in the recovery of their two daughters shot at the Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl parade. The girls were celebrating with many members of their family when they were senselessly injured. We ask that you continue to keep the family in your prayers as the girls work to recover. This fund will help provide vital financial support for their physical and mental recovery, any leftover funds will be saved for their college funds. All fund are being deposited into a bank account established just for the girls. Any amount is appreciated.

The wounded girls are 8 and 10 years of age.

Eighty-Seven & Running “helps underserved youth strive to become productive citizens by mentoring and motivating them to explore and develop their abilities while learning critical life skills. Founded in 2015, we have remained dedicated to providing resources and enrichment opportunities for youth and their communities through fundraising, athletic programs, mentoring, and outreach initiatives.”

Story originally appeared on Touchdown Wire