Uvalde victims: Santa Fe survivor raises money for Uvalde, Texas

Jordyn Boutwell was a freshman at Santa Fe HS in 2018 when eight college students and two academics had been killed. Now, she’s serving to increase money for Uvalde.

SANTA FE, Texas — A survivor of a college capturing says she wanted to do one thing after the occasions in Uvalde.

Jordyn Boutwell was a freshman at Santa Fe High School in 2018 when a gunman burst right into a classroom throughout the corridor from her and killed eight college students and two academics.

On Saturday, Boutwell together with members of the neighborhood held a automotive wash to boost money for a bigger occasion going down subsequent month in Uvalde.

“Santa Fe is really here for this community,” Boutwell mentioned. “We are ready to go to Uvalde. We’ve had so many conversations with people and saying that they’re excited they’re doing this.”

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The neighborhood can be accepting donations and promoting T-shirts for those who had been unable to attend the automotive wash.

In addition, the Santa Fe Police Department is gathering college provides to donate to Uvalde college students.

The donations could be dropped off any time on the police station positioned at 3650 N. FM 646.

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All the funds are going in direction of a bigger neighborhood occasion that Boutwell deliberate for July 30 in Uvalde.

The occasion will happen from 12 p.m. to five p.m. with bouncy homes, a petting zoo, remedy animals, carnival video games and extra.

Boutwell says it is a technique Santa Fe can help the victims of Uvalde.

“They want to be a part of this and that this means so much to them,” Boutwell mentioned.

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