San Antonio-based H-E-B — which lost a longtime employee in the Sutherland Springs shooting Sunday — plans to donate at least $150,000 to help families affected by the deadly church attack, the company said Monday.

An employee that worked at H-E-B’s Floresville location for 22 years was killed when gunman Devin Patrick Kelley opened fire Sunday on a congregation at First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, company spokeswoman Dya Campos said. Campos declined to immediately name the employee, citing the family’s privacy.

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The supermarket chain is currently accepting in-store monetary donations at its checkout lanes to “directly benefit the families of the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs,” Campos said. The company also plans to donate $150,000 of its own money, she said.

Kelley worked in the seafood department at an H-E-B store at 1655 Hwy 46 West in New Braunfels for two months in 2013, Campos said. The company does not currently have information regarding how Kelley interacted with coworkers, Campos said.

“It was a very short employment,” Campos said, adding that Kelley quit in July 2013. He killed at least 26 people during church services on Sunday.

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