We want to use FundAnything’s platform to help Rhonda rebuild her life and to accelerate giving for disaster relief to tornado victims in Moore, Oklahoma. That's what our site was created for -- to get money to people for the things they need.
New York, NY (PRWEB) May 29, 2013
FundAnything.com, the crowdfunding site launched by Bill Zanker and Donald Trump, has launched a campaign to help Rhonda Crosswhite, the sixth grade teacher from Plaza Towers Elementary School who used her body as a human shield to protect students from the deadly storm.
“We want to use FundAnything’s platform to help Rhonda rebuild her life and to accelerate giving for disaster relief to tornado victims in Moore, Oklahoma. That's what our site was created for -- to get money to people for the things they need,” said Zanker. “We want Americans to know that if they want to help by contributing even as little as $1 or $5, their contributions are safe and secure, and will go directly to help Rhonda, and that their contributions added together with others, will amount to a lot of help.”
FundAnything has waived its regular fee, and hopes that other crowdfunding sites will follow suit. The site guarantees all money will go directly to Rhonda to help her rebuild her life. Those interested in donating can visit http://fundanything.com/en/campaigns/help-hero-oklahoma-teacher-rhonda-crosswhite-plazatower-elementary-school-teacher and donate by PayPal or Credit Card.
At an event in New York on May 8th, Donald Trump marked the launch of the site by contributing seed money to several FundAnything projects as a way of encouraging participation from the general public to get started and make a difference.
FundAnything is a fast way for anyone to raise funds for anything. Individuals or groups can create campaign pages on the FundAnything website that highlight their personal stories or needs. Campaigns offer incentives to contributors such as products, gifts and services and can range from business startups looking for capital, to medical emergencies or even celebrations of happy events. For more information, to contribute to a campaign or to develop your own campaign, visit http://www.FundAnything.com.