A foundation has been set up following the death of We Came As Roman's clean vocalist, Kyle Pavone.

Read more: We Came As Romans’ Kyle Pavone dies at 28

Following the death of Pavone, the band released a statement in which they shared that in lieu of flowers, information regarding charity donations would be released within the coming days.

Earlier this morning, Pavone's brother posted a link to his Twitter account with information about the Kyle Pavone Foundation.

According to the foundation's website, it was created "out of love for Kyle by his caring family as a means for friends, colleagues and fans to remember Kyle."

The website also included a mission statement, which reads as follows:

"The Kyle Pavone Foundation is a promise to serve and advocate for the musician community in their time of greatest need, providing hope and a means to carry on."

For those who would like to donate to the Kyle Pavone Foundation, you can do so by donating a specified amount on the site, texting  "Support KYLE" to 20222, or you can send checks or money orders to the following:

The Kyle Pavone Foundation/BCCF

32 West Michigan Ave. Suite 1

Battle Creek Michigan 49017

Kyle Pavone was the clean vocalist for We Came As Romans and passed away at the age of 28. A cause of death has yet to be released.

“Today music lost another great with the passing of Kyle Pavone of We Came As Romans,” reads a statement from the band on Aug. 25. “Kyle’s tragic loss came too early in his life and those of his bandmates. All are devastated by his passing. We will miss his smiles, sincerity, his concern for others and his impressive musical talent.

The band’s statement ended with the lyrics “Will I be remembered or will I be lost in loving eyes?” from their track “Promise Me” off of their latest album Cold Like War.

Fellow musicians quickly took to social media following his passing to pay tribute to the vocalist and offer their condolences to WCAR and Pavone’s family.

WCAR are scheduled to appear on Bullet For My Valentine’s Gravity tour, which kicks off next month.

We extend our deepest condolences to Pavone’s family, friends and brothers in We Came As Romans at this time.