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Bonray Good Life, a nonprofit that promotes healthy living in low-income neighborhoods, has set up a GoFundMe page to raise $7,000 for the victims of the deadly truck crash that killed three people.

The cause of the crash has not been determined.

The nonprofit said it is not taking any money from the page, but it is asking for donations from anyone who would like to donate a meal, a blanket, clothing or money to the victims’ families.

Good Life is not the only nonprofit that has set a Gofundme page to support the victims and their families.

The Southern Poverty Law Center lists a number of other nonprofit organizations that are raising money to help pay for funerals, as well as providing meals and supplies to the families of the victims.

The nonprofit is asking donors to click on the image below and make a donation of $7 or more.

If you would like more information about the cause of this tragedy, please contact BonrayGoodLife directly.

The group has set an April 4 fund-raising deadline for those who are willing to donate.