The page has raised more than $17,000 of a $50,000 goal since the page was launched on Jan. 19.
“This is unbelievable and our souls and hearts are hurting,” Jordyn’s mother, Elizabeth, wrote on the campaign site. “He is supposed to be out riding his Harley with the crew and enjoying his time off. He now is on the ride of his life and we will forever be grateful for him."
Jenner, 19, also publicly offered her support following her friend’s loss last week, sharing a photo of the pair with a heartfelt caption.
"My Fire Ox, My Brother, My Soul Sister. Give Jordy & her family some support and prayers right now," Kylie she on Instagram. "I love you the long way @jordynwoods . The other half of me .. When you cry I cry."