Faith Linthicum

The registered nurse who was fired for saying Stephon Clark deserved to die raised over $25,000 in donations to her GoFundMe account. Faith Linthicum was fired from her job at Kaiser Permanente’s Roseville Medical Center in Sacramento, Ca. after she shared her opinion about Clark on Facebook.com.

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Jim Jones

Rapper Jim Jones called out a fraudster who is exploiting his mother after her home burned to the ground on Christmas Day. Jones took to his social media to inform his followers that his mother’s house caught fire on Christmas Day.

The Dipset member fought back tears as he recalled how he bought his mother the house when he started making money.

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Keaton Jones

Celebrities reacted last night to the GoFundMe hoax perpetrated by a southern redneck who hoped to cash in on a viral video that claimed her son was bullied in school.

Both the Tennessee woman behind the hoax, Kimberly Jones, 37, and her son, Keaton, were exposed as racists and both of her GoFundme accounts were frozen last night after outraged social media users contacted the crowdfunding platform.

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Hopewell Baptist Church

Donald Trump supporters raised over $150,000 to repair a black church that was set ablaze by arsonists in Greenville, MS late Tuesday.

Public donations to a Gofundme account set up for Hopewell Baptist Church far surpassed the original goal of $10,000.

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Denise Scott

The homeless woman who was assaulted by an angry mob while guarding Donald Trump’s Hollywood Walk of Fame star has been found.

After video of the woman being assaulted by anti-Trump protesters went viral on YouTube.com, Trump’s attorney launched a search for her.

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Fred Barley

A dispute between a homeless Georgia college student and a woman who set up a Gofundme account for his living expenses has ended.

Fred Barley, 19, reportedly rode his little brother’s bicycle over 50 miles from Conyers to Barnesville, GA. to register at Gordon College.

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James Moss

A chance encounter between a traveling TV host and a homeless man inspired hundreds of people to donate $35,000.

While traveling to Denver on business, British writer and television host Leon Logothelis bumped into James Moss, an unemployed barber who is raising his 2-year-old son in a homeless shelter.

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