Boy behind 'Success kid' meme helps raise $75,000 for father's surgery
If you are a Facebook or Twitter user, it is likely that you would have seen the 'success kid' meme.world Updated: Apr 16, 2015 12:17 IST
If you are a Facebook or Twitter user, it is likely that you would have seen the 'success kid' meme.
The internet is flodded with this kid's image making fun of various situations generally related to either 'success' or 'satisfaction'.
Sammy Griner with his father Justin Griner. (Photo: Facebook)
Many of the donors thanked Sammy Griner for putting a smile on their faces for the past eight years in the form of a meme. Some were even willing to donate their kidney in Gofundme.com.
Sammy Griner with his mother Laney Griner. (Photo: Facebook)
Manuel A.Martinez posted
I wish I had $ to help out, I use your son's photo all the time, I wish you all well and hope this works.
Derby Hilp posted
"I wanted to say so glad to see amazing people brought together by a meme, I cannot believe this is 7 years old, I have to wait until my paycheck clears to be able to donate, but for now, you are in my prayers, I wish I could donate a kidney, but I first have to make sure mine are functioning first to begin with. Prayers and hopefully a donation on the way soon, always."
Marilyn Wishert posted
"If you hadn't taken a picture of your son and posted it to the internet so many years ago, no telling how well this would have gone. I'm so glad that God works in mysterious ways. I pray that everything will go well for your family."
Sarah Colachicco posted
"Im sure you are going to reach your goal before I get paid but I am sharing your story as much as I can!"
Danielle Stone posted,"I would donate my kidney to an adoring father like you! Please find me on Facebook, see if I'm a match!"
Corrie Decker posted, "Hi my name is corrie my email is corried5834@gmail. Com i will donate if I am a match. Email me when you see my post"
First Published: Apr 15, 2015 18:15 IST