In yet another attempt to become more like other social media platforms Facebook is adding a fundraising feature.

The feature is not available yet but will be rolling out over the next few weeks to users over the age of 18 and will be called “personal fundraisers.” Facebook users will be able to use the feature to raise money for themselves, their friends or someone who doesn’t use Facebook. The fundraisers will fall under the categories of education, medical, pets, crisis relief, emergencies or funerals to begin.

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It takes the basics of GoFundMe, a site that allows users to set up a fundraiser with a descriptor, a donate button and a social media aspect that allows users to share their donations and the campaign to Facebook.

“Since you can see real profiles on Facebook, donors will see how they are connected to the person who created the fundraiser, the person benefiting and others who are supporting the fundraiser,” said Facebook in a statement. The aim is to bring the Facebook community, that’s made up of more than a billion people, closer together.

Additionally, Facebook is adding a feature to allow verified accounts to add a donate button to live broadcasts to make donating easier.