Outstanding! The “We the People Will Fund the Wall” GoFundMe Campaign Is SECOND LARGEST in US History in Only 5 Days

Florida-based triple amputee veteran Brian Kolfage created a GoFundMe push to fund President Trump’s border wall through donations from the public.

The campaign was launched on Sunday night.

Brian Kolfage, who launched the GoFundMe, is an active free speech advocate who has spoken against censorship on digital media platforms.

Kolfage promises that he will make sure the United States government will be legally required to spend the donations on the wall and only the wall.

The GoFundMe page passed $1 million in donations on Wednesday afternoon.

It was at $500K on Wednesday morning.

** On Thursday afternoon the GoFundMe page for the wall passed $3.3 Million 7.2 million dollars $8.1 million $10 million — with 150,000 donors!

UPDATE—   On Thursday night Brian Kolfage went on FOX News with Laura Ingraham.

After his segment the Build the Wall campaign topped $10 million — with

By Friday morning the “We the People Will Fund the Wall” GoFundMe campaign became the third most successful GoFundMe campaign of ALL TIME!
And the “We the People Will Fund the Wall” GoFundMe campaign is the second most successful GoFundMe campaign in US history.

The campaign has raised over $11.5 million to fund the wall!

Here were the top 5 GoFundMe campaigns in history until this week:

1. Time’s Up Legal Defense Fund*, $22 million
Help survivors of sexual assault and harassment connect to legal resources.

2. Funds for Humboldt Broncos, $15 million
People rallied behind the families of the Canadian hockey team who suffered from a devastating bus crash.

3. Stoneman Douglas Victims’ Fund, $10 million
These funds provided relief and financial support to the victims and families of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.

4. March for Our Lives, $3.5 million
These donations went to the March For Our Lives Action Fund, which helped fund the March For Our Lives rally in Washington, D.C., and the Broward Education Foundation.

5. Houses For Rohingya Refugees*, $2 million
Humans of New York photographer Brandon Stanton teamed up with French social media star Jérôme Jarre and his humanitarian organization, Love Army, to build homes for Rohingya refugees.

UPDATE— Brian included a mailing address today for those who would rather send checks.


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