‘Sugar Daddy’ Website Founder Pledges to Donate Up to $1 Million to Fund Abortions

By Craig Bannister | June 12, 2019 | 11:38am EDT
Brandon Wade (Screenshot)

The founder of the website, which pairs rich, older men (“sugar daddies”) with attractive younger women for “mutually beneficial relationships,” is creating an organization to pay for the abortions of women who can’t afford to travel to a state where abortions are legal.

Brandon Wade, the website’s founder, says his new non-profit will donate up to a million dollars to cover the expenses incurred obtaining abortions, Fox 46 in Charlotte, N.C. reports:

“Wade says he is in the process of registering a 501(c)(3) non-profit called ‘Let's End Poverty.’ Wade pledged to donate ‘up to $1 million’ to pay for out-of-state abortions, medical care and travel costs for women in the US, age 18 or older, in financial need. Additional money would be raised through a GoFundMe account, a spokeswoman said.”

Wade says his new program will launch sometime in the next three months.


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