GoFundMe Stock

gofundme.comFinTech / Capital MarketsFounded: 2010

Founded in 2010, GoFundMe is an independent 501(c)(3) public nonprofit and the developer of an online crowdfunding platform allowing users to raise money for different purposes like accidents, celebrations, or challenging circumstances. Built of a community of more than 50 million donors and having helped organizers raise over $9 billion, GoFundMe's mission is to inspire the world and turn compassion into action.

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Management Team

Musa Tariq
Chief Marketing Officer
James Allard
Chief Product and Technology Officer
Courtney Ludwin
Chief Software Architect
Margaret Richardson
Chief Corporate Affairs Officer
Andrew Ballester
Timothy Cadogan
Chief Executive Officer
Juan Benitez
Greg Mrva
Chief Financial Officer

Board Members

James Slavet
Greylock Partners
John Locke
Maria Eitel
Monique Meche
Rob Solomon
Woody Marshall

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News Highlights

Ottawa protesters turn to Christian crowdfunding site after GoFundMe snub
GoFundMe blocked fundraising after Canadian city declared emergency over protests against vaccine mandates
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis threatened to investigate GoFundMe after they said they'd work with Canadian trucker vaccine protest fundraiser organizers to redistribute funds
In a press statement on Saturday before DeSantis' remarks, GoFundMe said it would be refunding donors automatically following "donor feedback."
U.S. Republicans vow to probe GoFundMe decision halting Canada trucker donations
Some U.S. Republicans on Saturday vowed to investigate GoFundMe's decision to take down a page accepting donations in support of protesting truckdrivers in Canada, although GoFundMe early Saturday already said it would simply refund all donations.
Updated on: Apr 14, 2024


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