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Natalie DuBose, the owner of Natalie’s Cakes & More, received an overwhelming of support when her shop was vandalized as a result of Ferguson protesting.

As the world knows, the grand jury decision not to indict white officer Darren Wilson for the death of black teenage Michael Brown started a riot — destroying her shop.

DuBose received more than $215,000 in donations for her shop where equipment was damaged and windows of her bakery were smashed, according to UK’s Telegraph.

She raised $20,000 under her GoFundMe campaign to help fund the repairs of her shop, but she wasn’t expecting so much in donations to help restore her dream of owning her own small business.

“I’m overwhelmed by the amazing generosity I’m receiving,” she said. “The outpouring of support on Twitter, Facebook, and in the media has been amazing. I was in tears.”

(Photo: GoFundMe)

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