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ohWRDY
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Hey guys somebody I know has recently passed away and there parents don't have much money does anyone know how I would go about raising some funds for them? Any advice is good advice thanks guys
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Fund raising is always good, promote it on social media, hold charity nights etc! Its all for a good cause give some of those a go
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Possibly some kind of charity event?
Sorry for the loss
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ohWRDY wroteHey guys somebody I know has recently passed away and there parents don't have much money does anyone know how I would go about raising some funds for them? Any advice is good advice thanks guys


Go Fund Me / Just Giving might be a good solution for this as it allows friends and family to donate either Anonymously or not. You could also share it on social media for anyone who might have knew the person might want to donate aswell.
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A support night, All the persons friend's, family, co-workers etc come to a venue and just charge 5 or 10 euro/dollar/pound per ticket and obviously express all money go towards family for funeral fund's

That happens alot around my area
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Sorry for your loss man anything that ive ever seen that works great is GoFundMe
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Sorry for your loss man, I would say facebook, or any kind of social media, and get your friends to post about it as well and it will soon get out there man.

May they R.I.P.
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GoFundMe is one of the popular ones to use rasing money that i have seen
Sorry for you lose
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Sorry for the loss, if you ever need a chat feel free to PM me!

Also fund raising is always good due to people would back this fund raiser and will help you out.

PM me if you need anything.
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Have they asked their family? Everyone family member I've lost we've all pitched in to hold a funeral for them. If they have no family/no one will help out, GoFundMe could maybe help, but you don't have much time to hold a big fundraiser for a funeral so I doubt it would work. I would say the family route is the smartest and fastest way.
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