Donate to help the family of 8y old Martin Richard

by Sabrina Simmons

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Martin Richard was standing near the finish line to cheer on family friends running the Boston Marathon on Monday, when an explosion took his life.

He was 8 years old and in the third grade.

Martin's mother, Denise, was hospitalized with "grievous ...
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Martin Richard was standing near the finish line to cheer on family friends running the Boston Marathon on Monday, when an explosion took his life.

He was 8 years old and in the third grade.

Martin's mother, Denise, was hospitalized with "grievous injuries," She underwent surgery late Monday for an injury to her brain.

His 6-year-old sister, a first grader whose name was not made public, lost her leg in the blast.

Martin's brother and father, Bill, were also watching the race, but were not hurt.

This fundraiser was set up for donations straight to the family in their time of need. I could not imagine losing a child or having one injured during such a tragedy. This fund is for medical bills, work absence and anything else the Richard family may need. Every penny counts so please donate what you can. If you can't donate, please share on facebook. Lets help this family during this crisis.
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