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Uvalde Foundation Offers Reward & Aide Following Oklahoma School Shooting

Updated: Sep 2, 2023

UPDATED: 1 September 2023

(Original: August 2023 ) The Uvalde Foundation For Kids is in active communication with Choctaw-Nicoma Park Schools to coordinate additional needs and support for students, staff, families & the school community at this time.

We Grieve With & Stand By Those Who have Lost Their Precious Child....



The Uvalde Foundation for Kids is offering a reward after a shooting at a Choctaw high school football game.

On Friday, officials responded to a shooting during the third quarter of the Choctaw High School versus Del City High School football game. A 16-year-old boy was also killed in the shooting.

A 42-year-old man was shot in the chest and was transported to a hospital. He spent most of the night in surgery, according to authorities. A young girl, reportedly a student at Choctaw was also wounded by gunfire in the leg. Another was treated for a broken wrist.

The Uvalde Foundation for Kids, a national nonprofit founded following the Uvalde, Texas, school shooting, offered a reward leading to the apprehension of a suspect who fired the shots at the Choctaw football game.

National Director Daniel Chapin said, "In a stadium filled with spectators and students, someone knows something. Do the right thing & say something."

Full STORY (Koco News):

The Foundation Also Noted That It Has Launched It's STOPNOW Neighborhood School Patrols Program & A Temporary GOFUNDME For The Victim's Family Raised Over $1,100.00

The Uvalde Foundation For Kids recognizes the following individuals for their heroic efforts to reduce student harm & save lives:
Scott David, assistant principal at Choctaw High
Julian Gaona, retired Oklahoma City Firefighter
Danny Schofield, Oklahoma City Firefighter
David Reid
J.J. Venzor
Jose Nava 

The Uvalde Foundation For Kids

888 685 8464



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