Mother Gets Serious Backlash After Creating GoFundMe To Take Kids To Disneyland!

Just when you thought you had seen everything or heard it, something like this happens, and all you can do is shake your head.

Have you ever thought about creating a gofundme page to help support family entertainment? A woman from Bristol, England decided to set up such a page to take her kids to Disneyland. Maybe she didn’t understand what gofundme was all about or if she did, maybe she was that bold to try such a request.

Source: BroBible

Nikki Smith, of Bristol, England wanted to take her two children (aged 10 and 12) on a vacation to Disney Land. Only problem: she only works two nights a week at the local hospital and spends the rest of her time caring for her children. The only possible way Nikki would be able to take her children on the vacation is if she reached into the pockets of strangers, with their consent of course.

Nikki told The Sun: “It’s so hard to save with two children as well as working part time, you’ve got the bills and shopping – it would probably take me 10 years to save up that much and it would be too late then.”

Nikki started a GOFundMe page with the hopes of raising £5,000 to make her children’s dreams come true.

Here is the original page Nikki created:


Nikki never expected to receive so much hateful backlash from individuals and the media, they shamed her into taking it down. After a couple of days, she decided to respond to those who judged her and posted the following:

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Would you have publicly gone after Nikki or would you have left this story alone or would you have contributed so her children could go to Disneyland? Share your comments below.

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