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Gone but not forgotten is a new project created to honor and remember those who lost their lives due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The project will cover 225 countries and territories with people who died from the deadly pandemic. It is a huge undertaking, the first kind of this scope to date, and we need all the help and support we can get to make it successful. The idea is to put a face to the millions from near and far lands across the globe who lost their lives to COVID-19. Their stories will be told by those who knew and loved them the most— stories that are not shown on the evening news.

The goal is to make the website a permanent memorial stay on the internet, where people can search for and read stories about the lives of friends, family members, and ordinary folks who died from the virus across the globe for free. New stories are added daily. To submit your information, simply click on the submit your story button link and follow the instructions. It is free to post your stories, however, there is a limitation on the number of words, and one picture of the deceased is allowed. You can submit your story in any of the major languages and can read the stories in different languages using the language translator menu. There is no fee to access the website from any part of the globe with internet access. Please note, personal advertisement of any kind is not allowed, we will delete any story that contains one, and the individual may be banned from future use of our services.

We will not collect or store your personal information. We are soliciting donations to help finance this enormous undertaking. A GoFundMe account has been set up for donations. The funds will be used for administrative and operational purposes. Whatever amount you can contribute will be highly appreciated. No amount is too small. Thank you for your support, and please spread the word!


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