Reggie Bush took to Twitter on Friday to announce that he and his wife Lilit Avagyan have donated $10,000 to Nipsey Hussle’s two children. He also encouraged others to help them reach their $100,000 goal.

The former NFL running back partnered with GoFundMe and CAA to launch the fundraiser for Nipsey’s two children, after feeling “empowered” by Hussle’s longtime girlfriend Lauren London. “[Nipsey] touched a lot of lives in a positive way,” Bush said. “He wanted to make a difference in his community, and communities like it all around the world.”

“As a tribute to Nipsey, I would like to offer support to his children, and all funds from this GoFundMe will be transferred directly into a trust that was created solely for his legacy, his two children, Kross & Emani,” Bush told viewers. “I’m making a donation to start this off. Please join me in honoring him in this way.”

Avagyan then explains that both she and Bush “feel so blessed that we got to live at the same time as a spirit such as Nipsey’s. God got to work through a man who found his purpose on this Earth, touched so many lives.”

Following Bush’s act of kindness, the New England Patriots wide receiver Phillip Dorsett donated $1,000 to the fundraiser.

Fans, friends, and family honored the life of Nipsey Hussle during the rapper’s Celebration of Life memorial in Los Angeles on Thursday. Many celebrities penned emotional letters to the late West Coast rapper, including Barack Obama and Kendrick Lamar. Following the service, Nipsey’s casket traveled across 25 miles of South Los Angeles en route to the gravesite where he was laid to rest.

At the time of publication, the GoFundMe has reached $13,155. The fundraiser will only be active for seven days and can be accessed here.