Indianapolis Colts star linebacker Darius Leonard is stepping up in the midst of tragedy … by donating $15K to help pay for the caskets of the Uvalde shooting victims.
Leonard and his wife Kayla made the generous donation through his foundation — The Maniac Foundation — to the owner of Soulshine, the Texas company that provided custom caskets for all the victims.
“Once I heard the terrible news about the Uvalde school shooting, I knew that I wanted to do something to help those suffering,” Leonard said.
“I am pleased to announce that The Maniac Foundation has donated 15k to Soulshine who provided each victim of the shooting with a custom casket.”
Soulshine owner Trey Ganem said when his team was asked to help with the caskets, he agreed without hesitation … explaining he knew God would send an army to help them fulfill their mission.
21 innocent people, including 19 kids, were savagely murdered inside Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, TX on May 24.
The devastation from the senseless violence has reverberated throughout the sports world … with many high-profile names from LeBron James to Warriors coach Steve Kerr making impassioned pleas to politicians to fix the issue.
Leonard started his org. in 2020 … with a mission to transform communities through education and wellness, while also serving families in need.