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Oscar winner Jennifer Hudson, along with her sister Julia, has established a new foundation for families of murder victims following the tragic deaths of their family members late last month.

The Hudson-King Foundation for Families of Slain Victims – named in honor of Darnell Hudson Donerson, 57, Jason Hudson, 29, and Julian King, 7 – will provide counseling and other needs for families who lost a loved one to a violent crime.

“The specific purpose of the foundation is to care for the needs of families who have lost relatives to a violent crime,” the Hudson family said in a statement. “This encompasses their basic needs of food, clothing and shelter as well as grief counseling.”

The foundation was established shortly after Hudson’s mother, brother and nephew were murdered in Chicago.

According to People magazine, Hudson and some of her family have been staying free of charge at the Trump International Hotel and Tower since the murders.

“She’s a great girl,” real-estate mogul Donald Trump told People on Monday at a benefit in New York. “And we’re protecting them well. They are very safe.”

Donations can be made to the Hudson-King Foundation in care of:
Abrams Garfinkel Margolis Bergson, LLP
Attn: William L. Abrams, Esq,
237 West 35th Street, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10001

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