Quaden Bayles Wiki
Quaden Bayles, who was born dwarfed by achondroplasia, thousands of donors have joined a GoFundme that supports vacations. More than $ 121,000 was raised in charity funds to send an intimidated Australian child filmed in a viral video that sobs after school to Disneyland.
Quaden Bayles Age
He is 9 years old.
Quaden Bayles Parents
The outpouring of support was inspired by a heartbreaking video that his mother posted about Quaden crying in the family car after another boy at his school made fun of him for his height. “I wish I could stab myself in my heart,” Quaden says with tears in the clip. “I want someone to kill me.” Page organizer Brad Williams wrote that he launched the fundraiser to show Quaden “that there is something good in the world” and claimed to be in direct contact with his mother, Yarraka Bayles. “I am configuring this GoFundMe so that Quaden knows that bullying will not be tolerated and that he is a wonderful human being who deserves joy,” Williams wrote. “I want to take Quaden and his mother to America, get them a good hotel and take them to Disneyland.”
“I’m setting up this GoFundMe to let Quaden know that bullying will not be tolerated and that he is a wonderful human being who deserves joy,” Williams wrote. “I want to fly Quaden and his mother to America, get them a nice hotel, and bring them to Disneyland.”
Yarraka Bayles originally shared the video to illustrate the effects of bullying and to get advice on raising others. “I want people to know, this is the effect that bullying has,” she says in the video. “This is what bullying does. All it takes is one more moment, and you wonder why the children are killing each other. ”
The clip has been viewed more than 15 million times since Bayles uploaded it to Facebook on Tuesday, which gathered everyone’s breath. “Sending love from Minnesota!” a collaborator wrote “You are an amazing guy with a lot to share with the world!” Another added: “We love you Quaden and family! Have a great trip from Somerset, MA, USA. UU.! ” Back home, the athletes of the indigenous Australian professional rugby league invited Quaden to lead the Indigen All Stars team on the field for an upcoming match. “I just want to wish you the best brother,” said Latrell Mitchell, one of the team’s players, in a video for Quaden. “We know you’re going through a difficult time right now, but the boys are here, we support you. We’re here to support you, friend.”
Originally from the U.K., Darryl Hinton is a journalist and web content specialist who now lives and writes in Trending Topics of United States, United Kingdom and Australia. Hinton’s work has appeared in a wide range of publications in print and online, including The Guardian, The Daily Beast, Pacific Standard magazine, The Independent, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, and many other outlets.