When Jared started his fund raiser he had a modest goal to sell 1000 tee shirts and to bring some attention to the disease of depression. When his campaign ended, he had well surpassed his goals with 46,435 tee shirts sold! Even more impressive is that this campaign has been covered not only by major publications in the United States, but also around the world.
Several European publications picked up the story including melty in France, Promi Cabana in Germany, LaCosaRosa in Spain, and canalrgz in Portugal (article in Spanish),
In Brazil TribunaHoje, and Cinepop both covered Jared's fund raiser.
At least one other celebrity has embraced the cause. Boxing champion Chris Van Heerden tweeted that he will wear Jared's shirt when he enters the ring on May 9th in Burmingham, UK.
An overview of celebrities from many countries championing causes is in Fusion . The article talks about Benedict Cumberbatch who has used his fame to promote several charitable causes and also brings up Stephen Amell's fund raising efforts. It then talks about Jared and the success he had with his recent campaign.
Congratulations, to Jared! His hard work and interest has brought attention to depression and has reached people around the world.