The University of Tulsa has set up a fund for Devon Walker's family. He's the football player hurt during Saturday's Tulane-TU football game.
Anyone who wants to donate money can make checks payable to The University Of Tulsa Golden Hurricane Club, just make sure to put "Devon Walker Fund" in the memo line. Drop off those checks or gift cards to shops and restaurants at the TU Athletic Director's Office in the Mabee Gym. That's at the corner of E 8th St. and S. Florence Ave. Or you can mail donations to:
The University of Tulsa Attn: Golden Hurricane Club 800 S. Tucker Dr. Tulsa, OK 74104
The money will help Devon's family with expenses racked up during their stay in Tulsa while Devon recovers. Contributions are not tax-deductible.
Tulane University has also set up a web site to support Devon and his family. You can also donate to that fund as well, just click the link inside this story.
Donations also can be made to The College Football Assistance Fund in support of Devon by visiting www.CFAFund.org. CFAF is a nonprofit organization dedicated to support those who have sustained serious injuries through college football.
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