Travis Kelce is helping the surviving victims of the shooting at the Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl victory parade.

The Feb. 14 shooting left one woman dead and 22 injured — including two young girls in the Reyes family.

Taylor Swift, Travis Kelce Donate $200K to Victims of KC Parade Shooting

The NFL star’s rep confirmed to that Kelce’s Eighty-Seven Running organization gave two $50,000 donations to a GoFundMe raising money to provide financial support to the Reyes family.

Kelce founded Eighty-Seven & Running in 2015 to help “underserved youth strive to become productive citizens by mentoring and motivating them to explore and develop their abilities while learning critical life skills,” the website notes.

Taylor Swift donates $100,000 to family of Kansas City Chiefs parade  shooting victim | Taylor Swift | The Guardian

Following the shooting, the Chiefs tight end wrote that he was “heartbroken” over the tragic event that occurred following the team’s Super Bowl parade.

“I am heartbroken over the tragedy that took place today,” he tweeted. “My heart is with all who came out to celebrate with us and have been affected. KC, you mean the world to me.”

Taylor Swift Donates $100,000 to Family of Woman Killed at Super Bowl Parade

The Reyes family shared an update on their daughters, who are 8 and 10 years old, in a press release obtained by NBC News on Feb. 16. The family said that the two girls sustained leg injuries and will be in casts for several months after undergoing surgery to treat their gunshot wounds.

“On behalf of the Reyes Family, we are incredibly grateful for the love, support, and prayers during this difficult time,” the statement reads in part. “Our family, along with the other families impacted by this senseless act, are still healing physically and emotionally.”