Tragic Loss: Fresno Non-Profit CEO’s Daughter Murdered in Los Angeles Street

FRESNO, Calif. – A Fresno non-profit CEO and mother, Debra Rush, is receiving an outpouring of support from family and friends following the tragic murder of her daughter, Kendra, in Los Angeles last week. Kendra, aged 20, was shot and killed in an incident that has shocked the community.

Debra Rush is the founder of Breaking the Chains, a local organization dedicated to helping individuals escape the horrors of human trafficking. Kendra’s untimely death has deeply affected those who knew her and has highlighted the ongoing issue of violence and exploitation in society.

In response to the heartbreaking loss, a GoFundMe page has been set up to assist the family with funeral expenses. The page has already raised over $15,000, a testament to the impact Kendra and her family have had on the community.

The tragic circumstances surrounding Kendra’s death have underscored the dangers faced by those involved in combating human trafficking. Debra Rush, a vocal advocate against slavery, has used her platform to raise awareness of the risks associated with this criminal activity and to support survivors in their journey to freedom.

Despite the devastating loss of her daughter, Debra has remained steadfast in her commitment to helping others break free from the cycle of exploitation. Through her work with Breaking the Chains and various fundraising efforts, she continues to be a beacon of hope for those seeking to rebuild their lives after experiencing the trauma of trafficking.

The impact of Kendra’s passing is not only felt within her family and the Breaking the Chains community but serves as a stark reminder of the ongoing battle against human trafficking. As friends and supporters rally around Debra during this difficult time, the legacy of Kendra’s spirit and resilience lives on, inspiring others to join the fight against exploitation and injustice.