GiveSendGo is a free Christian fundraising site that allows you to set up a fundraising page. It’s easy to use, and it has all the features of other popular crowdfunding platforms like GoFundMe, but without some of the major negatives, such as censorship. It is a great method of raising money for the Parallel Economy.
GoFundMe’s recent cancellation of fundraisers in support of Army Sergeant, Daniel Perry motivated me to write this article. Sergeant Perry defended himself against a BLM protestor/rioter carrying an AK-47 and now is facing murder charges for it. He has a new crowdfunding page set up on a site called GoGetFunding, which I may have to feature in a future article after a bit more research. Please click here to donate to Sergeant Daniel Perry. No matter which alternative you choose, just know that you should avoid using GoFundMe if you are a conservative.
- Why You Should Use a Christian Fundraising Site
- Can You Use GiveSendGo for Legal Defense?
- Payment Processors Claimed to Have Cut Off GiveSendGo Due to Rittenhouse Fundraiser
- Other Examples of Fundraising Efforts on GiveSendGo
- Is GiveSendGo Completely Free?
- You Can Share Your GiveSendGo Campaign on Multiple Social Media Platforms
Why You Should Use a Christian Fundraising Site
There are several reasons why you might want to use a Christian crowdfunding site like GiveSendGo. First, the site is free to use, which makes it a great option for those who are looking for an affordable way to raise money. Additionally, the site is censorship-free, which means that your fundraiser won’t be shut down for political reasons like they are on other sites like GoFundMe. Finally the site was designed with Christians in mind, which makes it a great option for those looking to raise money for ministries or other religious causes. You don’t have to be a Christian to use this site, but it’s nice to know they are Christian-friendly.
Can You Use GiveSendGo for Legal Defense?
Yes! You can use GiveSendGo to raise money for your legal defense. They have had several people use the site to raise money for their legal fees. You can also use GiveSendGo to raise money for other causes. You can use this website to raise money for a number of different causes. To see some examples of current crowdfunding efforts, please click here.
GiveSendGo was Used as a Fundraising Platform for the Legal Defense of Kyle Rittenhouse
After GoFundMe canceled Kyle Rittenhouse’s fundraisers for legal expenses, a new one was set up on GiveSendGo. Kyle was able to raise $629,992 out of a goal of $500,000. This was 125% of their original goal and the funds are payable to Wendy Rittenhouse, Kyle’s mother.
GoFundMe’s Cancellation of Kyle Rittenhouse’s Fundraiser Appears to be Politically Motivated
When questioned as to why they canceled Kyle Rittenhouse’s fundraisers, GoFundMe gave the excuse that they don’t allow their platform to be used to raise funds in support of the legal fees for someone accused of a violent crime. And yet, for more than a year now, GoFundMe has allowed fundraisers in support of Gaige Grosskreutz; a man who has a record of “domestic abuse, prowling, trespass, two DUIs, felony burglary and two charges of carrying a firearm while intoxicated – one of which took place when he was banned as a felon from carrying a firearm,” and he also admitted in court to pointing a handgun at Kyle Rittenhouse (which happens to also be a violent crime).
So, to get this straight, GoFundMe says that people accused of violent crimes can’t use their platform. Yet, they allow people who have a history of violent crimes and who admit to committing violent crimes in a court of law, to raise funds. How can these two things exist simultaneously? One would have to assume that it is political censorship.
Many People called for GiveSendGo to take down the Rittenhouse Fundraiser
Sadly, some supposedly Christian groups called on GiveSendGo to remove Rittenhouse’s campaign. However, Jacob Wells, GiveSendGo’s co-founder stood strong and stated that they would not cancel the fundraiser. He said, “everyone has already judged him without allowing the court system to actually judge him based upon evidence…It’s fascinating to me that we, as a society, have come to a place where everybody is the judge and jury.”
Payment Processors Claimed to Have Cut Off GiveSendGo Due to Rittenhouse Fundraiser
Paypal Claims to Have Cut Off GiveSendGo, but GiveSendGo Denies This Account
According to GiveSendGo’s founder Jacob Wells, PayPal’s account of what happened was not accurate. “We broke up first lol,” he wrote in an email to NBC News. Wells stated that GiveSendGo cut off PayPal after the payment processor demanded he “censor” some campaigns.
PayPal is one of many payment processors that have cut off funding in an effort to censor individuals they disagree with politically. Along with PayPal, services such as Stripe and Square have taken similar actions.
PayPal’s attempts to censor the Christian Crowdfunding Site, GiveSendGo clearly did not succeed, because the Rittenhouse Fundraiser was not removed from the website. Neither were a number of other fundraisers that these companies had issues with.
PayPal has a history of cutting people off from their service for political reasons. Of note, PayPal also cut off payments for Donald Trump’s campaign and his supporters. For this reason, I have recently created an article featuring a PayPal competitor, AlignPay. Backed by Dan Bongino, and in much the same category as GiveSendGo, AlignPay is a censorship-free payment processor.
Other Examples of Fundraising Efforts on GiveSendGo
There are several other crowdfunding efforts currently running on GiveSendGo. Here are a few examples:
We The People Reunion Ky Tornado Fund
When the recent Kentucky tornado hit, many people were left without their homes and livelihoods. We The People Reunion is raising money for these victims who either don’t have insurance or will only get a payoff from their insurance and won’t be able to build back. In addition to giving out supplies/goods and services, they are also working closely with local officials on rescue & clean-up operations. If you would like to contribute to this campaign, please click this link: https://givesendgo.com/wtpr.
Healthcare Worker’s Fight for Medical Freedom
Kimberly Scott is a nurse who was fired by Eisenhower Health located in Southern California. She refused to get a vaccination and lost her job as a result. Her husband is a police officer and their family is currently living on only one income. They could really use some assistance while they fight against Eisenhower Health through the courts. If you would like to contribute to this campaign, please click this link: https://givesendgo.com/G2C9J.
Help Nathan Recover
Nathan DeBruin is an amateur photographer/photojournalist who was taking photos on the scene the night that Kyle Rittenhouse defended himself. His photos were used by the defense as evidence to help Kyle prove his innocence. However, due to being subpoenaed in the case, Nathan had to hire an attorney because he found the prosecutor’s actions suspicious. Specifically, during his testimony, Nathan gave an account indicating that Mr. Binger had attempted to get him to change his statement before the trial.
As a result of his participation in this trial, Nathan incurred legal fees and also had to miss work. He also experienced issues with people at his place of employment prompting him to take more time off. Due to the magnitude of the case, Nathan also sought out some therapy. He is seeking some funds to help cover all these costs and also to help him fund his dream of becoming a full-time photographer/photojournalist. If you would like to contribute to this campaign, please click this link: https://givesendgo.com/Photochad.
Is GiveSendGo Completely Free?
Yes and no. GiveSendGo is completely free to use. There are no fees associated with donations or fundraising campaigns. This makes GiveSendGo an ideal option for churches, nonprofit organizations, and any other crowdsourcing efforts. However, while they offer the ability to create and manage campaigns for free, there are third-party payment processing fees that must be accounted for. Currently, their third-party payment processor charges a fee of 2.9%+.30c per transaction. This fee is withdrawn from the total donation amount during payment processing.
You Can Share Your GiveSendGo Campaign on Multiple Social Media Platforms
It is easy to share your campaign on multiple social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter, MeWe, Gab and WhatsApp. They also allow you to include a link in an email by using the “SHARE NOW” button found on every GiveSendGo page. You should be able to share a link to your campaign via other social platforms such as Parler and GETTR as well.
If you appreciated this article and would like to support the work I am doing here, please consider becoming one of my Patrons. I am Noah Davis, creator of SanctuaryCounties.com. Parallel Economies is my brand new website. Please click here to join the Sanctuary Counties Patreon and support the creation of more content like this. Thank you so much and God Bless America!