Over a dozen campaigns set up on the crowdfunding website GoFundMe have raised more than $1 million for the victims of Sunday's mass shooting at a rural Texas church.
A gunman, identified by authorities as 26-year-old Devin Kelley, opened fire at the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, about 40 miles southeast of San Antonio. At least 26 people, including an unborn child, were killed and 20 other parishioners were wounded, including 10 critically, police said.
In the wake of the horrific rampage, at least 14 GoFundMe campaigns set up for victims and their grieving families have raised $1,077,272 by 16,185 donors in just two days as of Wednesday morning. Authorities officially identified the victims today.
Eight Holcombe family members, and one pregnant family member's unborn child, were killed in the gunfire.
Bryan Holcombe, an associate pastor at the First Baptist Church, was among the dead, as well Karla Holcombe, his wife of about four decades, according to Bryan Holcombe's parents, Joe and Claryce Holcombe.
Bryan and Karla Holcombe’s 36-year-old son, Marc Daniel Holcombe, was also killed.
Marc Daniel Holcombe’s 1-year-old daughter, Noah Holcombe, died as well.
Crystal Holcombe, the wife of John Holcombe, who is the son of Bryan and Karla Holcombe, was also killed. Crystal Holcombe -- a mother of five -- was eight months pregnant, her cousin said, according to The Associated Press. Three of her children, Emily, Megan and Greg, died with her. Police counted the unborn child in the death toll. Crystal Holcombe is survived by her husband and two of her children.
At least five separate GoFundMe campaigns have been created to raise money for the Holcombe family, mostly to cover funeral and medical expenses:
Robert Corrigan and his wife, Shani Corrigan, were among those killed, his sister, Sharon, told ABC News.
A woman who says she is Shani's sister created a GoFundMe campaign called "Corrigan Memorial Fund," which raised $15,353 by 168 donors in one day. The money will go to the deceased couple's son's to pay for funeral expenses, according to the page.
Joann Ward and her two daughters, Brooke Ward and Emily Garza, were among the dead, Joann Ward's sister-in-law, Leslie, told ABC News.
Joann Ward is survived by her husband, Chris, and 5-year-old son Ryland, who was shot several times and hospitalized, family said.
A man who says he is Joann Ward's uncle created a GoFundMe campaign called the "Sutherland Springs Mom & Children," which raised $46,863 by 741 donors in one day. The funds will go toward Ryland's medical expenses, according to the page.
A woman who says Ryland is her cousin's son created a separate GoFundMe campaign for Ryland titled "Hospital bills for my cousin's son," which raised $85,515 by 1,728 donors in two days, according to the page.
Haley Krueger, 16, was killed in the shooting, according to her mother.
A girl who describes herself as a friend of Krueger's mother created a GoFundMe campaign called "Haley Krueger: Church Tragedy," which raised $19,742 by 315 donors in one day. The money will go to the family to "take care of the expenses that are to come from the loss of their beautiful daughter," according to the page.
Tara Elyse McNulty died in the shooting, according to her close friend, who posted on Facebook about her death.
"My best friend, my souls sister ... I love you so much. My heart is broken," she wrote.
A GoFundMe campaign titled "Memorial Fund for Tara," which describes McNulty as a "great employee," raised $12,838 by 207 donors in one day.
Robert Scott Marshall and his wife, Karen Marshall, were among the deceased, a sister of Robert Scott Marshall, who went by Scott, told ABC News. The couple was visiting the First Baptist Church for the first time when gunfire erupted, the sister said.
A man who describes the couple as "friends," created a GoFundMe campaign called "Marshall Family," which raised $3,900 by 71 donors in one day.
At least three different GoFundMe campaigns were set up to help the small community of Sutherland Springs recover from the tragedy:
The First Baptist Church has set up a PayPal link on its website for people to donate to families of the victims. The church said, "Be cautious of the existing GoFundMe campaigns. We're in the process of setting up the official GoFundMe account, and will be listing the campaigns we can verify sending funds to the families."
Meanwhile, Wilson County District Attorney Audrey Louis said the Texas Crime Victims' Compensation Fund has approved distributing $6,500 for each victim to help with funeral expenses.
"In addition to that, there is a company that has come forward that has agreed to donate all their caskets to all of the victims," Louis said at a press conference Tuesday. "We are grateful for that person and their service to our community."
ABC News' Michael DelMoro, Sabina Ghebremedhin, Dennis Powell, Emily Shapiro, Lisa Sivertsen and Zunaira Zaki contributed to this report.