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After a car crash severely injured his son, a father realized how fortunate his family still is, which inspired him to help other families that can't afford the excellent medical care his son received.
Outrageous health care costs and a merciless system are forcing Americans to raise money from strangers, revealing the ugly truths about U.S. health care.
Air Force veteran Brian Kolfage said groundbreaking would begin in April. People are waiting.
Ady Barkan, a health care activist dying of ALS, testified before the House Rules Committee in support of "Medicare for All."
Warring GoFundMe campaigns for and against the proposed facility captured national attention last month.
“It’s all working out for the greater good," said a pastor at a Louisiana regional Baptist organization that includes three churches burned in alleged hate crimes.
Kate McClure faces four years in prison for her role in a scheme that bilked kindhearted donors.
Johnny Bobbitt, who admitted to tricking people into donating $400,000, will also enter a drug treatment program.
An opposing GoFundMe page supports the shelter plan and seeks funds for a local homeless services group.
Johnny Bobbitt and Kate McClure pleaded guilty for their parts in a wild GoFundMe scandal that prosecutors say they made up.
Thanks to Oswalt, the campaign had raised more than $13,000 as of Thursday afternoon, well past the original $5,000 goal.
“Government workers, through no fault of their own, can’t afford to put diapers on their newborns,” said GoFundMe CEO Rob Solomon.
The page's organizer now says he's sending the donations to his self-created nonprofit instead of the government.
Brian Kolfage's online fundraiser is officially over, but his dream of building Donald Trump's wall lives on.
Johnny Bobbitt Jr. is being sought by police in New Jersey.
Julie Burr, a single mom from Missouri, said she turned to the fundraising site to help make ends meet.
A Philadelphia homeless man and New Jersey couple allegedly scammed donors out of more than $400,000.
The creator of the GoFundMe campaign told HuffPost he's just "playing it by ear."
The “Modern Family” actress was criticized after asking her followers to contribute to a GoFundMe page to help pay funeral expenses.
The college professor who accused Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault spoke out in a rare post.