This ‘real life Forrest Gump’ is running across America & your support will help him give back to charity.
This community barbershop is teaching boys how to be gentleman, how to be successful, and how to give back.
Willie spends his days taking care of the stray cats in his community, and donors have raised nearly $18,000 so he can continue his mission.
For more than 100 years, The New York Times has raised funds to help those in need. Generous readers contribute to The New York Times Neediest Cases Fund to provide direct financial assistance to individuals and families going through a tough time. To raise awareness of the fund and show its impact, The Times shares the stories of some of its beneficiaries.
GoFundMe believes in empowering people to help people, and we are excited to collaborate with The New York Times to help raise money for this important fund. For the first time, The Neediest Cases Fund campaign on GoFundMe allows readers to easily donate and share comments online.
The 105th Neediest Cases Fund kicked off on November 13, 2016. To date, it has raised over $5.7 million, including $1.26 million from nearly 5,000 online donations. The donations poured in from all 50 states and 16 countries around the world, with an average donation size of $253.88.
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Tarec’s story went viral, but he still had no place to call home. Now this kind stranger wants to change Tarec’s life by giving him a roof over his head and a fresh start.
After their collection jar for a seizure alert dog was stolen, this family has turned to GoFundMe to help them recover and reach their goal.
Just months after losing his mom, Jeffrey finally was able to hear for the very first time thanks to donors who raised $25k.
At this special prom, everyone gets crowned king and queen. That’s why Travis is fundraising to make sure each young man can afford a tux to wear.
After Sammy was attacked while working, his community raised over $16,000 on GoFundMe to cover his medical bills and lost wages while recovering.