Jill Duggar’s husband Derick Dillard has now created a Go Fund Me page so he can seek financial help with his ministry education. If you remember this is not the first time that Dillard has gone online to get help with his financial situation. I mean who could forget the whole Hurricane Harvey situation? This was when he and his wife, Jill Duggar, allegedly tried to scam people out of money online. You see, what happened was he set up the Go Fund Me page right after Hurricane Harvey hit Houston. This made people think that he was stealing money from the victims of the hurricane which made the website shut down the fundraising attempts as they too saw it as a bit selfish.

Continue to read below if you want to find out how much money Dillard is asking for to complete his missionary studies.

How much money is Derick Dillard asking for?

As mentioned above, Jill Duggar’s husband Derick Dillard is looking for financial help so he can complete his missionary studies. According to the Go Fund Me page, the member of the Duggar family is looking to be able to raise $10,000. It is worth mentioning that this amount of money is up from what he wanted the last time he held a fundraiser. He previously only asked for $6,500 the last time he hosted a Go Fund Me page.

I think the Duggar family will be very happy with the fact that Dillard is going off to finish his biblical studies as he will now be qualified to do missionary work.

I mean, a big part of the reason to why Jinger Duggar’s husband Jeremy Vuolo and Dillard don’t get along is because Dillard previously wanted to do unsanctioned and was unqualified missionary work. This caused Vuolo to say that missionary work without a church was dangerous to everyone involved and it also did more harm than good.

Derick Dillard and Jazz Jennings feud online

In case you haven't been following the recent Duggar news, Dillard has recently been kicked off the Duggar family reality television show “Counting On.” This is because a few months ago Dillard took a jab at fellow transgender TLC reality television star Jazz Jennings. Jennings herself stars in her own show entitled “I Am Jazz.” Dillard didn’t have very nice things to say about the teen over last summer as he said online that “'Transgender" is a myth' as 'gender is not fluid,' but 'ordained by God.” He then later reignited the feud as a few days ago he said the following online “Again, nothing against him, just unfortunate what’s on tv these days.” By him calling Jennings the incorrect pronoun on purpose it caused TLC to terminate his contract on the Duggar television show. TLC also made a statement on the situation by saying that his views do not “reflect the views of the network.”