By Kate O’Neil – The Associated Press The blogging services provider that launched a campaign to help a British blogger who lost her job due to a personal injury was closed on Tuesday after losing more than $1 million, according to its founder.
The blogging service, called Blogger, said it was closing because it was “under threat” and its revenue was declining.
Blogger’s blog, which is funded by a combination of private donations and public donations, offered a free trial subscription to bloggers who had already made a contribution to the charity.
The service also offered a discount on a subscription to help those who had to choose between a trial subscription or a paid subscription.
The founder of Blogger said in a statement that she and her team had not had a “good experience” working with the charity, but were disappointed to see it closed.
“I’m very sorry I am no longer able to help people in need,” she said.
“I will be doing all I can to help in any way I can.”
Blogger was set up in 2015 by British-based writer Rebecca Henshaw.
The company has about 150 employees and a small number of clients, including the U.K.’s Guardian newspaper and the United States’ The Washington Post.
It launched a trial on April 1, and the service offered a trial to help the blogger, known as Kate, as she had lost her post job due a personal accident.
The website launched in the U, U.S. and Canada in 2017 and has received more than 1.5 million visits in a short time.
It had about $1,700 in funding when it launched, according for the first few weeks.
It’s currently running out of money and is looking to raise another $500,000.
“We have no idea where we are,” Henshawsaid.
“The site is in so much trouble.”
She said that the site was a “once in a lifetime opportunity” and that she was trying to make a difference.
“Kate is a person of enormous talent,” Hsaysaid.
“She has already achieved incredible things through her work, but I’m really sorry that it has come to this.”
She added that she wanted to be “one of the people who helps her family in the worst of times.”