Donations have poured in from around the world to help the three women found a month ago, held captive for a decade in a Cleveland house.
The Cleveland Courage Fund, a tax-free trust, was set up to collect the donations and, so far, $825,000 has come from across the country and overseas.
Cleveland area businesses and community groups are donating and holding fundraisers — from youth soccer teams to the Corned Beef Company, from pro football players to local news outlets.
The women have started using the money and lawyers for all three women say they are happy, safe and healing, according to the TODAY show.
(READ the story in the Toronto Sun)