They call themselves Ali's advocates. For the past couple nights volunteers have raised money to help in the search for Ali Gilmore.
Florida State students and alumni passed out flyers and collected donations outside the Lake Ella Publix.
Students say the money raised will go toward cadaver dogs and search crews that they hope will help bring the pregnant Tallahassee woman home safely.
"We need to come out as if it was our sister, as if it were our daughter, and bring Ali Gilmore's family some answers, and Tallahassee as a community deserves some answers as to what happened to Ali and really to bring closure to this situation," said Nicole Tibbetts, who is the co-founder of the nonprofit group.
If you'd like to help, you can drop off a donation at any Suntrust Bank. The account is under the name Ali's Advocates.
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