About this fundraiser

Family and friends, we ask for your help during this difficult time. On November 1st, 2023, our beloved son, brother, and friend, Anthony Clark, tragically passed away, as the result of a motorcycle accident. Tragedy struck when our beloved Anthony, was involved in a severe motorcycle crash near 111th Avenue & Merrick Blvd. in Jamaica, Queens. The incident occurred as a vehicle was pulling out of a parking spot on October 15 at approximately 11 a.m. The vehicle pulled out into the path of Anthony's motorcycle as he was riding, leaving him with no time to avoid a collision. The impact of the crash left Anthony with life-threatening injuries.

Anthony, a 28-year-old with a huge smile and a heart of gold was initially placed on life support after the accident and was able to pull through to begin breathing and thriving on his own. For the next two weeks, while in a medically induced coma, he fought and fought hard battling debilitating pain because of his injuries, The injuries were so severe that he was placed on dialysis to assist with his kidney function. Anthony also had to have spinal surgery to regain his ability to walk. 

After 2 ½ weeks Anthony lost the fighting for his life, on November 1st he lost his battle and succumbed to the injuries suffered in the accident.

Anthony was not just a great nephew - he was a dedicated partner to his girlfriend Jessica and a devoted father to his 5-year-old Lelani. He was also a son, brother, uncle, and favorite cousin. Anthony was the baby of his family - he was extremely close to his mother, Barbara. they were inseparable. He constantly checked in on his mom, ensuring she and the rest of the family were good. 

We are raising funds to help cover his funeral costs and to support his family during this time of mourning. Losing Tony left a hole in our hearts that can never be filled, so thank you in advance for all the support.

The road to healing will be challenging, and the financial burden of medical bills and funeral expenses has added to the weight on our shoulders. We humbly ask for your support and contributions to ease this burden, allowing us to focus on providing. 

Your donation, no matter how big or small, will bring us one step closer to giving Tony a proper homegoing service and helping his family move on from this tragedy. We are immensely grateful for any assistance you can offer, and your prayers and best wishes mean the world to us during this difficult time.

Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for reading our story. Your generosity will forever be cherished, and we hope to see brighter days ahead with your help and compassion.


With heartfelt gratitude,

The Clark Family

Organized by

John Witherspoon

New York, NY, USA