Anonymously Helps Those in Need of Financial Assistance

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The fact is, too many honest, hardworking American families struggle to make ends meets and, through no fault of their own, find themselves in serious financial trouble. If a relatively small amount of money can make a world of difference to your life, then is here to help., a website which takes “Wishes” (requests for financial help) from those in need of monetary assistance, has just been launched. is the brainchild of a successful businessman who wishes to retain anonymity while giving financial aid to the less fortunate. The site’s sole intention is to provide assistance to those who face dire financial hardship. There is absolutely no tax benefit received on the site or founder’s behalf for the fulfillment of wishes.

Anyone can make a wish on the site, however only those in desperate need of assistance are encouraged to make a submission. All responses are subsequently screened to find those who successfully demonstrate genuine need.    A new request will be fulfilled every week, with a maximum benefit of $500 per Wish. will pay bills or issue gift certificates and money orders only – no cash payments will be issued. seeks to provide help for single mothers who need help paying bills, families with money issues on account of unexpected medical-related financial debt that has arisen, or generally any situation where a relatively small amount of fiscal assistance is veritably needed and can make a significant positive impact. Those whose need is not authentic are discouraged from submission as that only diminishes the chances of help going to where it can do the most good.

“Ultimately, the hope is that will act as a catalyst and inspire other people to perform similar acts of kindness,” said the site’s creator. “Those who would like to join our cause can contact if they would like to learn more about becoming a Guardian Angel.”

If you know someone whose situation legitimately necessitates monetary aid, refer them to to make a Wish. The site also contains a “Tell-A-Friend” page in order to make referrals directly from the web page itself.

Additional information about the site can be found at, or by emailing jessica(at)guardianangel(dot)org.

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