HUGOTON, Kan. (KAKE) - Two online fundraisers have been started to help the families of missing Kansas women Veronica Butler and Jilian Kelley.

On March 30, Kelley accompanied Butler to pick up her children in Oklahoma but never arrived. The OSBI says based on the information obtained from the victim’s vehicle, our investigators believe there was evidence to indicate foul play

On Sunday, four people were arrested for first-degree murder in connection to the missing women. Officials say they are still attempting to locate the victims. 


"We do not know what the future holds for Jilian and her family," the organizer of Kelley's GoFundMe said. "We are creating this fundraiser in hopes to reach family, friends, and colleagues that may want to help lessen the burden on the Kelley family."

The organizer also said that an account has been set up at Dream First Bank in Hugoton for anyone who wishes to donate in person. 

The GoFundMe for Jilian concluded with: "If you cannot donate at this time please continue to pray to ensure both Jilian and Veronica can be found safely." 

Both fundraisers have raised just over $3,400 at the time this article was written. Both of the fundraisers have goals of reaching $20,000 for the victim's families. 

Both fundraisers can be found by clicking their names below:

KAKE News has verified the legitimacy of both fundraisers through GoFundMe. 

Anyone with information regarding this case is asked to contact the OSBI at [email protected] or 1-800-522-8017.

Previous KAKE coverage for the missing women can be found here: