Trump supporter raises over $115K to purchase and donate Goya products after calls for boycott

A Trump supporter has found a unique way to help GOYA amid boycotts from the left and feed the hungry at the same time.

After Goya Foods CEO praised Trump, many Democrats including AOC suggested a boycott.

Now, Casey Harper has raised over $115k in his GoFundMe to buy Goya products to donate to the hungry.

Casey Harper in his GoFundMe writes:

Donated funds will be used to buy GOYA products that will be given to food pantries in the Washington, DC area.

What if we rise up to say no to cancel culture AND feed the hungry at the same time?


On July 9th GOYA CEO Robert Unanue said we are “truly blessed” to have President Trump.

Unanue said he will not apologize  and that he also said the same about Obama:

“So, you’re allowed to talk good or to praise one president, but you’re not allowed to aid in economic and educational prosperity? And you make a positive comment and all of a sudden, that’s not acceptable.”

Now GOYA is facing a boycott that could cost the CEO his job. The liberal mob is coming for anyone who disagrees. Cancel culture at its worst. We need to have our voice heard!

Share and Donate NOW before it’s too late! Thanks so much!


After hearing about the GOYA boycott, I went to the store and spent $225.29 on GOYA products.

Here’s the bottom of the receipt:

What if we rose up to say no to cancel culture AND feed the hungry at the same time?

Americans are at our best when we love fiercely and take bold action for what we believe in.

Let’s do it.

Any amount counts. Make your voice heard!

Casey added the following update:

UPDATE: Thank you everyone for helping us surpass our goal! As of now, I am reaching out to GOYA foods directly. I would like to use some of the funds to support local grocery stores, but we are also planning to buy directly from GOYA because of the unexpectedly large volume. We expect to begin purchasing as soon as possible, and will have video and pictures of the process so everyone can see the results! Our purchase will focus on rice and canned goods and will be delivered to several food pantries in the Washington, DC area so they can handle the volume.