Hollywood’s biggest celebrity names are pitching in to help the victims of the tragic shooting at a Nashville elementary school.
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Celebrities are donating thousands of dollars to Nashville school victims
A GoFundMe page was recently launched for the families of the six people killed in the Nashville school massacre.
In addition, the Kinney family, who lost their 9-year-old son William in the attack, has received a $2,000 donation from former Bears quarterback Jay Cutler, who lives in Nashville.
In addition, many donations are being poured in for the benefit of the families of the other victims as well. Also, the fundraiser has already surpassed its $50 thousand goal.
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— Jamie Lee Curtis (@jamieleecurtis) March 27, 2023
Afterwards, former ‘Bachelorette’ star Kaitlyn Bristowe also donated $1 thousand to the campaign.
In addition, Jena Sims, actress and wife of star golfer Brooks Koepka, has donated $1 thousand to the fund.
On the other hand, John Carter Cash, son of singer Johnny Cash, contributed $2K.
Meanwhile, several celebrities have taken to their respective social media accounts to express outrage over the massacre.
They continued to demand that politicians strengthen gun safety laws in the country.
there are no words, only anger and heartbreak for these children and their families. I can’t even fathom what this is doing to the psyche of every child and parent in this country. absolute terror every time a child goes to a place that should be safe. #Nashville https://t.co/hacCQ07cHu
— leann rimes cibrian (@leannrimes) March 27, 2023
More about the Nashville elementary school shooting
Audrey Elizabeth Hale, who was 28 years old, opened fire at a private Christian elementary school in Nashville on Monday.
In addition, the attack took the lives of three nine-year-old children and three adults, leaving them with multiple injuries.
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— valerie bertinelli (@Wolfiesmom) March 27, 2023
Covenant School, a ministry of Covenant Presbyterian Church, issued a statement following the attack. They shared thanks to the first responders for a quick response. They also thanked the people who are supporting the school.
It read, Our community is heartbroken.’
They continued, ‘We are grieving the huge loss and we are in trouble recovering from the horror that destroyed our school and our church. We are focused on loving our students, our families, our faculty and our staff, and beginning the healing process.’
The Governor called the school shooting in Tennessee a “tragic situation”.
Think about that.
— George Takei (@GeorgeTakei) March 27, 2023
United States President Joe Biden addressed the Nashville school attack at a conference held in Durham, NC, on Tuesday evening.
He said, ‘It’s heartbreaking. And it’s senseless. Those children should still be with us.’
He added, ‘As a nation, we owe these families more than our prayers. We have to do something for them.’
In addition, he also went on to call on Congress to ban assault-style weapons like the ones used in Nashville.
He said, ‘Congress must act. Most Americans think it’s weird to have assault weapons.’
My heart breaks for Nashville. We don’t have to live this way. Our children do not need to live this way. #EndGunViolence https://t.co/5mTNJDYPTG
— Kevin Bacon (@kevinbacon) March 28, 2023
I see every bit of this mother’s frustration and anxiety. We have to do better. https://t.co/NzFg7fdoaR
— kerry washington (@kerrywashington) March 27, 2023