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All campaign contributions directly support a survivor of gun violence on their journey to heal.
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Support Fund for Palm Beach County’s Loss of #K9Cigo

16% Donated/$7,975 To Go
Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office is mourning the loss of K-9 Officer Cigo, and crediting the animal with saving his handler's life, in a shootout on Christmas Eve. The shooting left the K-9 Officer Cigo dead. You can DIRECTLY support Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office in obtaining a replacement K9 Officer! ** ATTENTION DONORS: Please specify your contribution for this campaign by selecting #K9Cigo on Donation Page. **
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Pulse Nightclub Survivor’s Mission to be Miss Black America

38% Donated/$2,480 To Go
Philadelphia Native and Survivor of the Pulse Nightclub Shooting, Patience Carter sets her eyes to become the next Miss Black AMERICA! Time is running OUT & needs YOUR support!
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Thompson Family Support Fund:

80% Donated/$1,921 To Go
Michael Thompson Jr. lost his life after suffering a gunshot wound in Philadelphia on September 29th, 2017. He is survived by his fiancée, Michelle, nine (9) children, and one grandchild.
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Funeral Fund: #RememberAlejandra

38% Donated/$2,459 To Go
Alejandra Leos, a transgender woman of color was shot to death steps away from her home in Memphis, Tennessee. All funds raised by this campaign support her funeral expenses.
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JCPD Ofcr Santiago: #SantiagoMemorial

10% Donated/$17,973 To Go
Melvin Santiago lost his in the line of duty after serving just six months . Campaign funds raised will be used to create a memorial in his memory and all fallen JCPD Officers.
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Troy Smith Jr: #JUSTICE4TROY

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Troy K. Smith Jr's life was taken by a senseless act of gun violence in Philadelphia, and only took One Bullet. All funds raised by this campaign pay for Troy's Headstone Marker!
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Atif Smith: #SmithFamily

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Atif Smith was quadriplegic after being shot 10-14 times and left to die. He miraculously survived the incident, but sadly lost his battle on March 14, 2016. Please, support the Smith family purchase a headstone marker to honor Atif.