Sponsors commit to giving a verified family $1,000 for 3 months through a private GoFundMe campaign.

Become a Sponsor

Get A SPonsor

If your family has been impacted by the recent pandemic and you could use financial help, please apply below.

Apply for Sponsorship

Nominate a Family

Know somebody in need? Nominate them and we’ll try to match them with a sponsor who will give $1,000 for 3 months.

Nominate a Family

Nominate An Employee

As a business owner, you can nominate former employees who’ve been laid off due to the pandemic.

Nominate an Employee


“My family is so appreciative and we feel a weight has been lifted. I literally cried while reading the text and will remember this act of pure kindness forever!”

Christina in Oklahoma

“You guys gave me a whole different outlook on people. My sponsor and this project gave me hope again. Thank you again for making a difference!”

Renee in Missouri

“I can’t thank you and your team enough for the amazing opportunity to have funds for our family right now. This is huge for us. We are beyond grateful.”

Amanda in North Carolina

“From my entire family, we are eternally grateful for helping us through this dark time. I cannot wait to be in a position to pay this forward in the future.”

Travis in California

Frequently Asked

What happens once I refer someone?

When you refer someone, we provide an application link to gather a description of their current situation and some basic information. We'll use this to determine a fit with sponsors and create a private GoFundMe campaign. The ‘referral chain’ and basic information is shared, but we do not share the full name or identity of the family.

How do you find people in need?

Participants can be referred by a past employer, community leader, or family member. Individuals can also submit their own application. Our volunteer team works to document a ‘referral chain’ back to our core team. As we expand our team, the network we help does too.

Who is eligible to be referred for support?

Currently, we are prioritizing families in critical need of support due to loss of income from the pandemic.