Taylor Swift donates $100K to family of Kansas City shooting victim

In preparation for her Australian ‘Eras Tour,’ Swift did not attend the Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl parade

Taylor Swift donates $100K

Taylor Swift donated a substantial amount of money to the family of the woman who tragically lost her life in the shooting incident during the Kansas City Chiefs parade on February 14th.

According to a spokesperson from GoFundMe, the fundraising page received two donations of $50,000 each from the “Midnights” singer on Friday morning.

Swift included a heartfelt message along with her donations, expressing her deepest sympathies and condolences to the family affected by the devastating loss. She signed off with, “With love, Taylor Swift.”

The fundraising page aimed to raise $75,000 to support the family of Lisa Lopez-Galvan, the sole fatality in the tragic shooting incident during the Super Bowl parade in Kansas City. The woman who initiated the fundraiser expressed her gratitude to Taylor Swift for her contribution.

“I just woke up and this is the first thing I see… Never in a million years would I have imagined something like this would directly impact my family so deeply,” she wrote on X. “The world truly doesn’t deserve you. Thank you SO much for thinking of KC’s community. I love you @taylorswift13.”

Swift did not attend the Super Bowl parade on February 14th as she had traveled to Australia to resume her ongoing tour. She is scheduled to perform three shows in Melbourne followed by four performances in Sydney.

Her boyfriend, NFL star Travis Kelce, has not yet appeared to donate to the GoFundMe page.


Gunshots erupted during the Chiefs’ victory parade around 2 p.m. local time near the Union Station parking garage in Kansas City, resulting in 22 injuries and one fatality. The deceased was identified as Lisa Lopez-Galvan, a mother of two and a local radio DJ. Among the injured were eleven children, with nine sustaining gunshot wounds and two sustaining other injuries. Fortunately, all the children are expected to recover.

Kansas City Police Chief Stacey Graves conducted a press conference on Thursday to provide updates regarding the ongoing investigation, revealing that prosecutors were still in the process of preparing charges.

According to Kansas City Police, two juveniles are currently in custody, while a third juvenile, after investigation, was found not to be involved and was subsequently released. Investigators are collaborating with juvenile prosecutors to assess investigative findings and ascertain appropriate charges.

Authorities stated that “the relationship between the individuals involved is still being investigated,” but emphasized that there is no evidence linking the incident to terrorism.


Swift attended Super Bowl LVIII to support Kelce and the Kansas City Chiefs in their matchup against the San Francisco 49ers. The Chiefs emerged victorious in the overtime thriller, securing a 22-25 win.

Super Bowl LVIII garnered the highest viewership of all time, with 123.4 million people tuning in. Many viewers were not just interested in the football action but were also eager to catch a glimpse of their favorite blonde pop star.

“Swifties” particularly revel in the public displays of affection between Swift and Kelce, often captured during televised broadcasts. Following the Chiefs’ victory in overtime during the big game, the couple shared an intimate moment on the field.

Swift and Kelce embraced each other and exchanged several kisses, with the musician tenderly holding the tight end’s face in her hands.

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