In reference to the re-blogged post below, and the one before that, I will be taking all of the Bitcoin donations received from the link below and I will be giving them to the Lovell Family. Jim Lovell was one of the 4 passengers that lost their lives on the Metro North train that derailed on December 1st 2013 near the Spuyten Duyvil station. He was a good family friend of mine and he is survived by his wife and 4 kids. My goal is to raise a minimum of 1 Bitcoin (as of now that would equal almost $1,100USD) The link below to donate is for 1/10th of a Bitcoin. If you would to donate more, or less please feel free and contact me with any questions at email@example.com. I created this coinbase account strictly for this purpose, to raise money for the family.
I’m not sure about the results of this blog post, so depending on the response and the amount of bitcoins raised, if the goal is not met or surpassed, I will gladly give back any of the Bitcoin donations received. If we meet our goal I will be giving the Bitcoins DIRECTLY to the family. 100% of the donations will go to the family. Feel free to contact me with any questions, and any donation is GREATLY APPRECIATED. Thank you all, and live each day to the fullest. Jim Lovell was a great man, with a great family and he surely will be missed. His memory will live on and he will not be forgotten.
DONATE BITCOINS AT THE LINK BELOW…
I recently decided to try and use Bitcoins as a way to start collecting donations and start a fund in order to donate money to local families in need of help, especially around the holiday. If you can help out, please do so here. I am accepting donations in the form of Bitcoins. If possible click on the button below and you will be prompted to fill out further information. I set it up so the donation button will be for 1/10th of a Bitcoin from your Coinbase account if you have one. Depending on the going rate, that will determine how much the donation will be for. Please let me know if the button works as this is the first time I have tried this. If you have any questions don’t hesitate to ask. Thank you!