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Rebutting The Disinformation Campaign Against GiveSendGo

As the co-founders of GiveSendGo, a Christian crowdfunding platform, we are deeply troubled by the recent article published by the Jerusalem Post, which falsely accused our platform of promoting anti-Semitism.

Let us be clear: GiveSendGo is committed to fostering a culture of respect, inclusivity, and compassion. We do not condone hate speech, discrimination, or violence of any kind, and we take immediate action to remove any campaigns that violate our terms of service.

Contrary to the claims made in the article, GiveSendGo has never supported campaigns that promote anti-Semitic content. We have a rigorous vetting process in place to ensure that all campaigns comply with our policies, and we have worked closely with law enforcement agencies to help identify and prosecute individuals who have used our platform for illegal activities.

Furthermore, we believe that the allegations made against GiveSendGo are part of a larger pattern of misinformation and discrimination against conservative and Christian voices. As a Christian platform, we have faced numerous challenges in the past year, including being deplatformed by payment processors and facing censorship from social media companies.

Despite these challenges, we remain committed to providing a safe and secure platform for individuals and organizations to raise funds for causes they believe in. We believe that free speech and the right to peaceful assembly are fundamental human rights, and we will continue to defend these values in the face of any opposition.

We encourage the Jerusalem Post and other media outlets to fact-check their reporting and ensure that they are providing accurate information to their readers. We also welcome any opportunity to engage in a constructive dialogue with members of the Jewish community to address any concerns they may have about our platform.

In conclusion, GiveSendGo is committed to fighting against hate and discrimination in all its forms. We stand with the Jewish community and all those who are targeted by bigotry, and we will continue to do everything in our power to ensure that our platform is a force for good in the world.

Heather Wilson and Jacob Wells are co-founders of

  • Heather Wilson

  • Jacob Wells

  • GiveSendGo

  • Christian Crowdfunding

  • hate speech

  • misinformation

  • fundraising

  • free speech

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One of the problems for GiveSendGo is that once such allegations are made, no matter the truth, they are believed by many people and no amount of factual information can persuade those believers to change their beliefs. The Jerusalem Post has done its damage. They are in the same class as the New York Times and Washington Post.

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