A crowdfunding campaign established to help the victims of an attack on a Chabad synagogue near San Diego, California, raised nearly $50,000 in less than 24 hours.
More than 600 people donated on GoFundMe, with many of the donations ranging from $10 to $36.
The donations will “be used to pay for any necessary medical operations for the victims, funeral services, synagogue [repairs] or anything else the synagogue would need assistance with,” wrote the person who set up the page, who identified himself or herself as Cam N.
“I do not worship at the Chabad of Poway, but I belong to another house of worship and seeing a place of prayer attacked horrified me and motivated me to start this campaign,” Cam N wrote.
Read more at Times of Israel.