Keaton Jones is a Tennessee middle school student who has endured bullying from his peers. His mother, Kimberly Jones, posted a heart-wrenching video on Facebook on Friday with her son.


The video showed the 11-year-old asking people why they bully others for looking differently. Kimberly Jones has since deleted the original video, which swiftly accumulated more than 22 million views.

The Jones’ video has nevertheless gone viral. A new hashtag, #StandWithKeaton, was born, and a GoFundMe page for the boy has collected $57,161 worth of donations. Moreover, several celebrities have expressed their support of the boy.

Actor Chris Evans – best known for portraying Captain America in Marvel Studios’ films – offered him and his mother tickets to next year’s hotly anticipated Avengers: Infinity War.

Dana White likewise invited him and his family to hang out with her at the Vegas-based UFC Headquarters, inspiring Donald Trump Jr. to offer them a place to stay should they come.

Many other celebrities offered their love and support, too. A small sample can be seen below:

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