Friday, December 25, 2020

Fundraising Friday

Merry Christmas! I hope everyone celebrating today has a happy and healthy holiday.

This is the first post of a new installment I am adding to my blog. Each Friday, I will be posting 3-5 missing persons/murder cases that have currently active GoFundMe pages or other online fundraisers. Please consider supporting the families of missing persons by donating and/or sharing these stories! Also feel free to request cases to be added. 

The holidays can be a very tough time for the families of missing persons. Though these families may still gather to celebrate, they are constantly reminded that there is a loved one missing from the celebration--and that loved one's whereabouts are unknown. A special time of year often becomes devastating for these families--especially after years pass without any answers. We can support these families by donating to their causes.

Links to the fundraisers and full case write-ups are provided as well.

Mayushi Bhagat.

24 year-old student at the New York Institute of Technology who has been missing since May 2019. [fundraiser for family search efforts] [full case write up]

Jermain Charlo

23 year-old woman who vanished during the early-morning hours of June 16th, 2018 in Missoula, Missouri. [fundraiser for reward money] [full case write-up]

Chelsea Cobo

22 year-old young mother who vanished in Brooklyn, New York on May 7th, 2016. [fundraiser for investigative fees] [full case write-up]

Najah Ferrell

Young woman who vanished without a trace in Avon, Indiana during March 2019. In April 2019, her severed foot was found in a pond located over 100 miles away. [fundraiser to support her 2 sons] [full case write-up]

Katelin Akens

19 year-old who vanished while visiting family in Northern Virginia. She was due to fly back to Arizona on December 5th, 2015, but she disappeared beforehand. Ex-stepfather is the prime suspect. [fundraiser for investigative fees] [full case write-up]

Stay tuned for the next set of cases with active fundraisers, which will be posted next Friday! Please consider sharing these stories and/or donating. 

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