GoFundMe is launching a centralized hub for all verified campaigns related to the limo crash last week near Albany that left 20 people dead.
All funding campaigns listed on the page have been verified by GoFundMe to ensure all donations make it to the victims.
New York Attorney General Barbara Underwood made the announcement Friday.
"New Yorkers are heartbroken by the Schoharie tragedy – and are eager to support the victims' families as they deal with this unfathomable loss. We're grateful to GoFundMe for partnering with our office and creating this centralized hub for verified campaigns, so that New Yorkers can rest assured that their donations will indeed support the victims' families," said Attorney General Underwood. "I urge New Yorkers to protect themselves by following our charitable giving tips whenever considering a donation."
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