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GEORGE FLOYD'S GOFUNDME RECEIVES MOST DONATIONS OF ALL TIME

medanmendai.com - On Friday, GoFundMe has raised more than $ 13m (£ 10m). GoFundMe page set up for George Floyd has received the most individual donations ever recorded on crowdsourcing sites amid protests continue in memory of his death.


On Friday, TMZ reported that the Official George Floyd Memorial Fund set a new record after receiving the highest number of individual donations for GoFundMe page, with donations made by people from 125 countries around the world, according to a spokesman GoFundMe.


Until now, GoFundMe page, which was created two days after Floyd was killed by a white former police officer on May 25, has received more than 479,000 donations and collected more than $ 13m, far exceeding its goal of $ 1.5 million.


Do you think Floyd Philonise, which was confirmed on GoFundMe that all donations will go to the family of Floyd, the money will go towards "funeral and burial costs, mental counseling and grief, lodging and travel for all court proceedings, and to help our family in day- the next day as we continue to seek justice for George. " Most of the money will also go to the estate of George Floyd "for the benefit and care of children and their education fund". "From the bottom of our hearts my family thank each of you who have reached out. While we can not respond to every expression of love at this time, please know that we love and appreciate each and every one of you. Our hearts are overwhelmed! " Philonise writing.


On Thursday, the first of four planned for Floyd memorial was held in Minneapolis, Minnesota. A second warning for 46 years will be held on Saturday in North Carolina, before two memorial took place in Houston, Texas next week.


As people around the world continue to protest against racism and police brutality in the name of Floyd, GoFundMe said in a joint statement on Twitter this week that they had "seen an outpouring of global support GoFundMe for the family of George Floyd, peaceful demonstrators demanding change, and organizations fighting for equality and accountability. "

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