Taylor Swift Donates $100k to Family of Woman Killed at K.C. Shooting

Taylor Swift opened up her wallet to help the family of the woman who was killed during the Kansas City parade shooting — forking out six figures as she started her Australia shows.

A GoFundMe had been set up Thursday for Elizabeth “Lisa” Lopez-Galvan — specifically, to assist her loved ones in setting up a proper memorial for her, as well as general financial assistance. She left behind a husband and two kids … and the goal set was $75,000.

Taylor gave an assist and then some — chipping in a total of $100,000 just from herself alone — which came in the form of two different $50k contributions, which she put in her name.

She also left a sweet note along with her donations, writing … “Sending my deepest sympathies and condolences in the wake of your devastating loss. With love, Taylor Swift.”

The cash offerings generated overnight, just ahead of Taylor’s first concert in Melbourne — where she’s been the past couple days to prepare for a string of shows there as her “Eras” tour ramps up again. Taylor did not address the shooting during her performance.

Still, this donation speaks volumes … and makes clear, she’s well aware of what happened.

Taylor has proven to be incredibly sensitive to tragedies — including ones that have happened at her own shows. Remember, a young fan died at one of her performances in Brazil back in November — and TS ended up canceling the very next concert, recognizing the loss.