Talk about one of the most amazing support from all over the world then talk about the Orlando GoFundMe campaign that just set the record for the highest campaign done with $3 million to support the victims and families of the Orlando Pulse shooting. People are praying from all over the world trying to give their share of support.
GoFundMe is a crowdfunding platform that provides the opportunity and privilege for people to raise money for events ranging from life events such as celebrations and graduations to challenging and difficult moments like accidents and illness. The company was founded in May 2010 by Brad Damphousse and Andrew Ballester. They are notable for many projects where they gave their support and that is why at Edliner.com, we are not surprised by their level of dedication and commitment to the victims and families of Orlando Pulse shooting.
49 people were reported dead with the gunman inclusive rounding the number to 50 and over a dozen reported dead in what is said to be the deadliest mass shooting ever in U.S history on Sunday morning.
In just two days after the incidence, over 69,000 people had made contributions. That included a $100,000 donation from GoFundMe, which essentially waived its transaction fee.
People from all over the world have been calling on how they can help and how they can as well contribute their share to the victims and their families. “We are beyond moved by the support from all corners of the world and all walks of life,” Equality Florida wrote. Equality Florida has stated clearly that they are partnering with National Center for Victims of Crimes, a nonprofit organisation to make sure that this money put together would be distributed to the families appropriately.
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The world and Edliner.com mourns with this victims and families of this tragedy.