Donation fund created for teenager’s family
A fund designed to raise $5,000 to aid the family of Quentin Boggan pay for the expenses after the 16-year-old’s drowning death has in two days already collected more than half of their goal.
The “Quentin Boggan Memorial Fund” page on the website GiveForward.com was created June 24 with the goal of providing the family with some extra money. According to the site, all of the funds raised will go directly to the family.
By noon Thursday, June 28, the site had collected $3,800 toward its goal.
To donate to the fund, visit http://www.giveforward.com/quentinbogganmemorialfu.
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