Donations will be used to help the family with funeral costs. Any and all remaining money will go to Pinkowski's daughter for food, clothing and education costs.
In addition, Culpepper's Boy Scout Troop 87 at Belle Meade United Methodist Church plans to honor him with the "Spirit of the Eagle Award" to recognize the "joy, happiness and life-fulfilling experience scouting made in his life."
Grief counselors were also scheduled to be on hand Tuesday at Hillwood High School where Culpepper was a freshman.
Pinkowski worked as a server at Athens Family Restaurant in Bellevue.
She was hired in March and during her interview, told her boss, Adel Elostta, about her past struggles with drug addiction.
Elostta told Nashville's News 2 Tuesday Pinkowski really seemed to be getting her life back together and often spoke of her children and mother.
"She was devoted to her kids," Elostta recalled.
Pinkowski worked a full shift Saturday night and Elostta's daughter gave her a ride home around 10:30 p.m.
He said she seemed "perfectly normal and had been laughing and joking all day."
Funeral arrangements for the family are incomplete.
A candlelight vigil will be held fro 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday at Red Caboose Park on Highway 70S at Colice Jeanne Road in Bellevue.