Natalie Crichlow, originally from London, U.K., was visiting her disabled brother was she was killed on the Caribbean island of Barbados.
Some of the stolen money came from Holocaust reparation checks issued by the German government, according to the grandson of a couple who were allegedly exploited by their caretaker.
"I was just confused, lost. I didn't know what was going on. What was going to happen," his mother said.
The group is seeking legal costs after 36 demonstrators were arrested.
Ella Casano sailed pasted her crowdfunding goal of $5,000 in under a week, raising more than $20,000 for the Medi Teddy covers, which she plans to give to hospitals for free.
After hitting the baby, the father then dropped him on his way to fetch some milk.
"Feel it, Secretary Clinton. Feel it, just imagine like you have a history with this," joked comedian Jordan Klepper.
"When you look down and you can see your own tendons, the back of your hand and your bone going up your arm, that makes it real," Mike Walton said.
Ricky Adams raised more than $40,000 in legal fees after he was arrested for attacking a child abuse suspect.
Holden Matthews, 21, the son of Louisiana Deputy Roy Matthews of the St. Landry Parish Sheriff's Office, was arrested and charged with three counts of simple arson over a string of suspicious local fires at three historically black local churches.
Ricky Adams described how he snapped after walking in on a teenage male who allegedly had a 5-year-old's penis in his mouth.
"All those who consider Muslims a terrorist community have empty heads," said Will Connolly, 17.
Mexican authorities said they would conduct an autopsy and toxicology report to determine the cause of Altaii's death.
However, experts say the funding estimates are wildly off.
José Andrés' nonprofit, who has already provided food for around 12,000 federal workers in Washington D.C., will be among the first to receive funding from the campaign.
The remaining $13 million in contributions from donors who do not take action will apparently be refunded.
Robert and Tristan, 14 and 12, started a campaign to raise money for their mom, who has "not received her pay check" due to the shutdown.
"Every day is more anxiety and more stress, especially when you are a federal worker on furlough," one person claiming to be a furloughed federal worker said.
Mark D'Amico and Kate McClure both claimed that Johnny Bobbitt Jr. gave McClure his last $20 so that she could buy gas.
The fund-raising campaign, which has raised more than $60,000 so far, was created to counter a separate GoFundMe page aimed at helping the government build the border wall.
"The wall is wholly absurd, and the folks supporting it are doing so for the worst reasons. We need to reject white supremacy in our country."
Florida Air Force veteran Brian Kolfage told Newsweek the campaign was in response to "inaction from politicians on both sides of the aisle."
"Pennsylvania's rifle deer season just ended and there were deer parts in close proximity," explained game warden Chris Krebs.