Why crowdfunding isn’t enough to cover a critical illness
Across the country, many people are turning to GoFundMe and other charity and crowdfunding platforms for help – they’ve become a common sight on Facebook feeds in recent years.
However, nine in 10 GoFundMe campaigns do not reach their goal. Additionally, people with more in-depth communications and social media skills are more likely to succeed in fundraising.3
So not only are families having to bear more of the cost burden themselves if something catastrophic happens, they must compete against other families in similar situations just to try and make it.
There’s another option: Assurity’s Critical Illness Insurance.