Over $80,000 Raised on GoFundMe for Foster Father of Terminally Ill Children
Mohamed Bzeek Featured in LA Times -- Reader Starts GoFundMe
Redwood City, CA | February 9, 2016 -- Mohamed Bzeek from Azusa, California was featured in the Los Angeles Times for his decades of work as a foster parent who takes care of terminally ill children. When Margaret Cotts from Oakland, California read his story, she was compelled to start a GoFundMe for him. In less than 24 hours, the campaign has raised over $80,000 from more than 1,700 donors from all 50 states.
Adam Bzeek, Mr. Bzeek's son, will be withdrawing the funds on behalf of the campaign.
Launched in 2010, GoFundMe is the world’s largest social fundraising platform, with over $3 billion raised so far. With a community of more than 25 million donors, GoFundMe is changing the way the world gives.