Help Find Brian Gewirtz
Every day away from home is another day away from his medication, and another day without the special attention that he needs. The family has not given up hope, but needs support.
We need funding for a reward to offer to anyone with information that leads to Brian's safe return. This reward might make the difference between him being found and him remaining missing.
We also need funding in order to purchase supplies like fliers, tape, flashlights and batteries for the search, and food for volunteers. Currently we rely on donations of these supplies from local volunteers.
The funds donated by generous people like you will be split 26% towards supplies and 74% towards the reward. Of the donations after $13,500 is collected, %50 will go to the Marine Park JCC (for their generous flier donations), until a maximum of $800 is reached, and the rest of the donations will go to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, with no maximum amount. This will also be what is done with the reward funds in the event he is not found, G-d forbid.
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in order to spread information and updates.
We'll find him.
To our broken hearts NONE of the sightings have been our Brian,but we will not give up! Your support holds us up to move forward. Please continue with us for the duration,but we need your help. We can not touch the contributions because 10,000$ is for the reward. Contributions in excess of that WE can use for the effort in finding Brian. We are not close to that amount and flyers,gas,food for volunteers ,metro cards,etc cost weighs heavy on us. So PLEASE share this Gofundme to all you know. We NEED YOU to stay with us until we find him. You ARE Our extended family in all this. You are our HOPE.
Help us find Brian I with our former school mate and his family we miss him and love him
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