Greta Van Susteren met a special boy on a trip to Africa, and he left a lasting impression on her. His story captured her heart, and she was inspired to help him get the life-saving surgery he needed. She turned to GoFundMe and raised $115K in just one day to change this little boy's life forever.
This animal shelter was in danger of losing everything and closing its doors for good. That's when they set up a GoFundMe campaign and raised over $100,000 to save the shelter and continue rescuing animals in need.
72 years ago, Lt. Col. Ferrill A. Purdy flew missions across the South Pacific during WWII in a F4U-1 Corsair. When Ferrill found out his beloved plane still flies, a friend turned to GoFundMe and raised $28,000 for the reunion that Ferrill's been dreaming about.
These officers gifted a bicycle to Jourdan who walks 5 miles to and from work each day. When they later found out the teen wanted to follow in their footsteps and become a cop, the department created this campaign to raise $10,000 to help him reach his goal.
When Richard was laid off from his job of 20 years, he lost his home and the ability to pay his bills. That's when an amazing woman walked into his life, helped him land a new job, and raised thousands on GoFundMe to support his continued success.
YouTube star Casey Neistat used his fame for good when he asked his many fans to help support the ill sister of his favorite UPS deliveryman. In just 24 hours, Casey's fans raised over $150,000 to help save the life of a stranger halfway across the world.
After his campaign 'Chauncy's Chance' raised over $340,000 just 3 months ago, Matt White is on a mission to change another person's life. The goal: give JP a break from collecting cans, so he can spend time with his family before he goes completely blind.
When a homeless man and his friend came across a backpack full of explosives in a New Jersey trash can, they immediately contacted police. Now the two are being hailed as heroes, and the community is fundraising to give one of them a permanent home.
After a photo quickly went viral, people from all over the world reached into their wallets to give money to an 89-year-old paleta vendor in Chicago. Thanks to the outpouring of support, Fidencio will finally be able to retire and put his heavy cart away.
After seeing a couple being rude to Mrs. Fran and Mrs. Laverne, a customer set up a GoFundMe campaign to give two 88-year-old Wendy's employees a day off from Frosty duty. With the help of her community, over $4,000 was raised for these special ladies.
Following their mom's terminal cancer diagnosis, these daughters set up a GoFundMe campaign to take her on an unforgettable trip. The story touched the hearts of many, and support began to pour in.
Called the real-life "The Fault in Our Stars" couple, Dalton and Katie both have terminal diagnoses. They have had to remain separate due to health concerns, and now their loved ones hope to bring them together before it's too late.
When 7-year-old Ethan heard that a local police K9 had passed away, he took it upon himself to raise money for the department to buy a new one. Inspired by Ethan's kindness, supporters around the nation are have donated over $6,000 toward his campaign.
Anabelle Lockwood set up her own lemonade stand, but when her business started getting more attention, city officials came knocking. Her community wanted to make sure she could stay in business, so they set up this campaign to help her pay for the upgrades and permits.
This San Franciscan shoe shiner was struck by a vehicle and is currently recovering in the hospital, so a loyal customer set up a GoFundMe campaign to help with the hospital bills and raised over $21,000.
Ariel has been working hard for the last 6 years to support his younger sister, and terminally ill mother. An LAPD officer was inspired to set up a campaign to help the family, and over $60,000 has been raised to support them.
After losing her home in a fire three years ago, Flo has been homeless and living out of her car. Her son recently qualified for the Olympics, and when her church found out, they set up a campaign to make sure she could root him on. In less than 48 hours, enough was raised to buy her airfare and get to Rio in time.
On the way to their own wedding, Gus and Jessie hit a speed bump when their car overheated and left them stranded. Worried they wouldn't make it to Seattle in time for the most important day of their loves, a friend created a GoFundMe campaign to help them get back on the road. Loved ones and celebrities rallied the internet, and the lovely couple was able to make it to their wedding just in time.
This Uber driver's son is competing for the gold, but he couldn't afford the flight to cheer him on. When a passenger heard his story, she set up a campaign and raised over $8,000 for his travel expenses to Rio.
Living in a homeless shelter didn't stop the Sheppard sisters from dreaming. Thanks to donors who gave more than $6,000, these inspiring girls are heading to the Junior Olympics.
After losing both of his parents, 12-year-old Gaspar made the long, dangerous trek from Central America to the United States. He now works night owl shifts after school to pay for his own rent and food. A generous supporter came across Gaspar's inspiring story in the Los Angeles Times, and he set up a GoFundMe campaign to give this hard-working kid a shot at college.
After living in their home for over 50 years, Hank and Helen were deceived by a family member and are in jeopardy of losing everything they have. A neighbor is hoping to save their property before it's too late, and the community is rallying in support. To date, over $100,000 has been raised.
Bede was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer 3 years ago and against all odds, he's still alive. His family knows they don't have much time left with him, so their community has donated over $230,000 to make sure their last days together can be stress-free and full of happiness.
This bright 7-year-old is creating light-up pins for Pokemon Go players to stay safe while walking around the streets at night. Donors have helped him hit his first goal, but he doesn't want to stop there.
The Copeland family tragically lost a father and a son in the tragic attacks on Bastille Day in Nice. Thousands of donors are giving to support the heartbroken family, and over $75,000 has been raised in their time of need.