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Taylor Swift donated a large sum of money to the family of the woman killed in the Feb. 14 Kansas City Chiefs parade shooting.

The fundraising page received two donations of $50,000 each Friday morning from the "Midnights" singer-songwriter, a GoFundMe spokesperson confirmed to Fox News Digital.

"Sending my deepest sympathies and condolences in the wake of your devastating loss. With love, Taylor Swift," Swift wrote along with the two donations.

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Taylor Swift at AFC Championship

Taylor Swift donated $100,000 to the family of a woman killed during the Kansas City Chiefs' victory parade. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez, File)

The fundraising page had a goal of $75,000 to benefit the family of Lisa Lopez-Galvan, who was the only person killed in the shooting in Kansas City, Missouri, at the Super Bowl victory parade. The woman who set up the fundraising page thanked Swift for contributing.

"i just woke up and this is the first thing i see… never in a million years would i have thought something like this would directly affect my family so personally," 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."

Taylor Swift on stage in Melbourne

Taylor Swift played her first show of the "Eras Tour" after the Super Bowl on Feb. 16 in Australia. (Getty Images)

This was a "humanitarian decision" by Swift, a PR expert told Fox News Digital.

"If anything, it [the donation] will only further endear Swift to the broader Chiefs fanbase," Doug Eldridge of Achilles PR said. "This was less a PR move and more a humanitarian decision by Swift and her team."

Lifestyle expert Kathy Fielder noted that Swift's donation "brought light to an event that forever changed a family’s life and trajectory."

"Taylor knows how important it is to use her stardom to make an impact for good. However, it appears that she just wants to make a difference," she added. "Her support of a female DJ making an impact on her city, as well as a mother of two is absolutely a prime example of how we as a human race need to support and lift each other up and band together as a race. Her example creates a footprint of human kindness and support."

Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift did not attend the Super Bowl parade in Kansas City as she landed in Australia for her Eras Tour. (AP Photo/Toru Hanai)

Swift did not attend the parade on Feb 14., as she traveled to Australia to jump back into her current tour. She is set to perform three shows in Melbourne before taking the stage four times in Sydney.

TRAVIS KELCE THANKS TAYLOR SWIFT FOR SUPER BOWL MOMENT IN CUTE MIC'D UP MOMENT: ‘YOU’RE THE BEST, BABY'

While Swift made a public donation, Chiefs star Travis Kelce spoke out about the deadly shooting on social media: "I am heartbroken over the tragedy that took place today. My heart is with all who came out to celebrate with us and have been affected. KC, you mean the world to me."

The Kansas City Chiefs put together its own fundraiser along with the United Way of Greater Kansas City to benefit victims and their families in the wake of the shooting. The Chiefs, the NFL and the Hunt Family Foundation kicked off the donations with a combined amount of $200,000.

While Travis has seemingly not donated to the family's direct GoFundMe page, the tight end shared the team's fundraising venture on his podcast's Instagram page.

KANSAS CITY RADIO DJ, MOM OF 2 KILLED IN SHOOTING AFTER CHIEFS' SUPER BOWL CELEBRATION

Chiefs fans assemble for a parade

A general view of fans in front of Union Station prior to the Kansas City Chiefs' Super Bowl LVIII victory parade on Wednesday. (David Eulitt/Getty Images)

Gunshots rang out during the Chiefs' victory parade at about 2 p.m. local time near the Union Station parking garage in Kansas City, injuring 22 people and killing one. The deceased was later identified as Lopez-Galvan, a mother of two and local radio DJ. Eleven children were wounded during the shooting, but they are expected to recover. Nine of them were shot, while two sustained other injuries.

Kansas City Police Chief Stacey Graves held a press conference on Thursday to share updates about the ongoing investigation, announcing that prosecutors were still working on bringing charges.

There are two juveniles currently in custody, Kansas City Police told Fox News Digital. A third juvenile was determined not to be involved and was released. Investigators are now working with juvenile prosecutors to review investigative findings to determine charges.

Authorities said "the relationship between the subjects involved is still under investigation" but that there is no evidence of terrorism links.

Kelce and other members of the team, including quarterback Patrick Mahomes' wife Brittany Mahomes, were spotted attending a pre-planned celebration dinner the same night as the shooting, according to the Daily Mail.

The move might be considered a "bad look" by some.

"Kelce has earned every dollar he has made, but nevertheless, there is a certain expectation that he will give back to support the very community and fanbase who helped catapult him to eight-figure stardom," Eldridge told Fox News Digital. "Remember, endorsements are not a product of on-field performance, they're a symbol of off-field popularity and appeal. Kelce dropped the ball on this one."

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Travis Kelce kisses Taylor Swift after the Super Bowl

Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce share a kiss on the field following Super Bowl LVIII. (Patrick T. Fallon/AFP via Getty Images)

Swift attended Super Bowl LVIII to support Kelce and the Chiefs against the San Francisco 49ers. The Chiefs won the game in overtime, 25-22.

Super Bowl LVIII was the most-watched of all-time, hitting 123.4 million viewers as many tuned in not for the football, but to catch a glimpse of their favorite blonde pop star.

Travis Kelce kisses Taylor Swift after the Super Bowl

Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce embrace after the Kansas City Chiefs won Super Bowl LVIII. (Patrick T. Fallon/AFP via Getty Images)

The "Swifties" especially enjoy the public displays of affection Swift and Kelce share while being broadcast on television. The couple shared an intimate moment on the field after the Chiefs won the game.

Swift and Kelce embraced and shared a handful of kisses, with the musician grabbing the tight end's face with her hands.

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