American Cancer Society Hoax:|
For every forwarded copy of an e-mail received, the American Cancer Society will donate three cents to cancer research.
The Make-a-Wish Foundation will donate 7¢ per e-mail forward towards the care of 7-year-old Amirtha, who is dying of lung cancer and a brain tumor.
AOL and ZDNet are donating 32¢ to the care of Rachel Arlington, a child with brain cancer in need of an operation her parents can't afford, for every e-mail forwarded.
A boy named Christopher Bedgood, who is suffering from cancer, wants to receive Christmas cards.
A billionaire has promised 5¢ per e-mail forward towards defraying the medical costs incurred by the family of Jermaine Beerman, a child injured in an automobile accident.
Cancer sufferer Shane Bernier wants to set a world record for number of birthday cards received.
Noah Biorkman, a 5-year-old boy battling cancer, wants to receive Christmas cards.
The Make-a-Wish Foundation will donate 7¢ per e-mail forward towards the care of 7-year-old Chad Briody, who is dying of lung cancer and a brain tumor.
A 7-year-old girl named Amy Bruce is dying of lung cancer and a brain tumor.
E-mail requests birthday cards for Alyssa Bruno, a 5-year-old girl who is battling diffuse pontine glioma.
Chris (deceased 3-year-old child abuse victim):
Poem and picture document a child abuse victim.
Charlie Codling, a 4-year-old boy with a terminal brain tumor, wants postcards.
A billionaire has promised 5¢ per e-mail forward to help Jada, a premature baby who requires expensive medical care.
Ionut Costea, an injured Romanian child, needs your financial assistance to obtain medical treatment in Switzerland.
The Make-a-Wish Foundation will donate 7¢ per e-mail forward towards the care of 23-year-old Matt Dawson, who is dying of lung cancer and a brain tumor.
Verizon Wireless will donate $1 towards the care of Bruce Delburg, a infant suffering from lung cancer, every time a text message is sent to seven people.
Christmas cards are requested for Dalton Dingus, a 9-year-old boy with cystic fibrosis.
7-year-old Nathan Elfrink, who is dying from cancer, wants to receive Christmas cards.
Three businesses stand poised to help Savannah Foraker, a child dying of a blood disease, to the tune of 5¢ per e-mail forward.
A five-year-old girl named Hannah Garman, who is dying from cancer, wants to receive Christmas cards.
A four-year-old boy named Jacob Hadcock, who is dying from cancer, wants to receive Christmas cards.
Facebook will donate $1 for treatment of a girl with a severely distended abdomen every time her picture is shared.
A badly-burned Polish girl named Alexandra will receive 3¢ towards her medical care for every e-mail forwarded.
A 2-month-old girl named Lylah Rose was badly burned in the hand by emergency room staff at a Merced hospital.
McDonald's and Pizza Hut will donate $1 towards the medical care of Justin Mallory, a 12-year-old epileptic, for every e-mail forwarded.
Dell Hospital will donate 15¢ towards the care of Maria, a raped child, every time a particular text message is forwarded.
A 7-year-old girl named Jessica Mydek is dying of cancer, and the American Cancer Society will donate 3¢ to cancer research every time a message about her is forwarded.
AOL will donate 5¢ per e-mail forward to help Natalie, a baby girl afflicted with brain cancer.
Christmas cards are requested for Nathan Norman, a 5-year-old Virginia boy with cancer.
Mother seeks medical help for her son, 10-year-old Kaleb Owens, a boy in a minimally conscious state.
Dying boy named Anthony Parkin wants his chain message to circulate after his death.
Cancer sufferer Brandon Rayner wants to set a world record for number of business cards received.
BCC Inc. has promised 5¢ per e-mail forward to help
Kalin Relek, a child injured in an auto accident.
A Tampa, Florida, infant named Kaleb Schwade is hospitalized with brain injuries.
Hunter Scott, a 6-year-old boy with brain cancer, wants birthday cards.
Craig Shergold, a nine-year-old boy dying of cancer, wants people to send him business cards.
Sherwood, London Marie:
E-mail memorializes the shaken baby death of 3-month-old London Marie Sherwood.
AOL is donating 15¢ for every 12 forwards of a plea from Debbie Shwartz, a single mother of four.
A terminally ill young girl wrote the poem "Slow Dance" and requested that it be spread to as many people as possible.
Solidaridad Con Brian:
For every copy of the "Solidaridad Con Brian" e-mail forwarded to someone else, various ISPs will donate 1¢ towards a child's heart transplant.
A 5-year-old Latvian girl named Laima Veski needs money for medicine.
AOL is reducing by $2 per e-mail forward the hospital bill of a little girl badly burned in a fire at a WalMart.
The Make-a-Wish Foundation will donate 7¢ per e-mail forward towards the care of 21-year-old Bryan Warner, who is dying of lung cancer and a brain tumor.
15-year-old Nick Waters wants 10,000 Christmas cards.
Boy shot by stepfather:
Every time a particular text message is posted, Facebook will donate 45 cents towards an operation for a boy shot by his stepfather.
Unnamed baby girl:
The phone company will donate $2 towards a heart transplant for an unnamed baby girl every time a particular text message is forwarded.
Unnamed shot 14-year-old boy:
Every time a particular text message is forwarded in e-mail or posted to a Facebook wall, some company will donate 45¢ towards the medical care of an unnamed 14-year-old boy shot by his stepfather while defending his sister from rape.
Unnamed male child:
100 Facebook "shares" will secure a heart transplant for an unnamed male child in Bangalore, India.
Unnamed child with cancer:
Facebook will pay 3 cents to help a child with cancer every time an appeal for help is shared.
Infant car accident victim:
Facebook and CNN are contributing money towards the medical care an infant car accident victim every time a message is shared.
9-year-old rape victim:
"Facebook companies" are contributing money towards the medical care of a 9-year-old rape victim every time a message is shared.
Photo Doggies For Anthony:
The page "Photo Doggies for Anthony" was created to help 16-year-old Anthony Lyons cope with chemotherapy treatments.