Here is the link. It's been touch and go for the past 12 hours: t.co/C7YpkLTRCi
— Truckistan Amb. Poso 🏁 (@JackPosobiec) February 5, 2022
A website hosting a new fundraising effort to support truck drivers protesting vaccine mandates in Canada is experiencing major technical difficulties, with a wave of traffic crashing the platform after GoFundMe canceled a prior campaign that garnered millions of dollars.
Shortly after GoFundMe gave the boot to the ‘Freedom Convoy 2022’ campaign on Friday afternoon, organizers made another attempt on Christian crowdfunding platform GiveSendGo, raising more than $150,000 in just a matter of hours. A spike in visitors has caused problems for the website, however.
“We know the site is slow, or getting a server error. We are working on it! All hands on deck. There’s thousands on [the site] making successful donations so please try again if you get an error!” it said.
We know the site is slow, or getting a server error. We are working on it! All hands on deck. There's thousands on making successful donations so please try again if you get an error! (also fending off any attacks which just come with the territory) Pray for wisdom & resilience!
— GiveSendGo (@GiveSendGo) February 5, 2022