The public relations firm representing Nadya Suleman, mother of the famous California octuplets, launched a Web site that allows visitors to donate to the family.
"The response has been excellent," Mike Furtney, a spokesman for the family, told ABC News. According to Furtney, "hundreds" of people have generously responded.
"Actually, a farmer in the Midwest said, 'They can live with us,'" Furtney said. "There have been many similar spots."
Others, he said, have been "very direct and vocal"...Full Story