The campaign’s GoFundMe said that is was designed to be all or nothing.
“That did not happen. This means all donors will receive a refund,” GoFundMe explained.
As of now, the campaign page was still up early Saturday morning and accepting donations, and it’s unclear when it will actually be taken down. GoFundMe said it is up to the campaign organizer to determine when it will be shut down.
In place of the GoFundMe campaign, Kolfage set up a non-profit named “We Build the Wall, Inc.” and is asking donors to redirect their contributions to the organization.
“When I created this fundraiser, I said if we did not reach our goal we will refund donors. I am honoring that commitment today. We will promptly refund your donation unless you tell us you approve our new plan for action,” Kolfage said.