TULSA, Oklahoma - Kayla Ferrante was killed a month ago, the night after her high school graduation.

Friends and family lit candles tonight in East Tulsa, to remember Kayla's life.

She had a passion for working with children with disabilities, and planned to spend the summer volunteering at Tulsa's Little Lighthouse.

Ferrante was shot, getting a ride home from a friend.

Her killer hasn't yet been caught.

"I think it's pretty cool how all these people are out here to help support, and it's a big deal to find out who did this so they don't do it again," said a friend of Ferrante's, Paul Perez.

Ferrante's parents have set up a fund to offer a reward for any information about who killed her.

You can call Crime Stoppers with any information.