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East Coast man starts fundraiser for supplies after seeing Valley teacher posting pay stub online

PHOENIX (FOX 10) -- Remember when Arizona teachers were protesting their pay over a year ago?

One Valley teacher posted her pay stub online in a social media post that has since gone viral.

"I've had hundreds of teachers say my paycheck looks just like that," said Elisabeth Milich, at the time. "I know I don't make a lot of money, but to see it in black and white, I said 'Wow! I really don't make a lot.'"

At the time, Milich made just over $35,000 a year, before taxes.

"What you saw is not a reflection of any deductions, health insurance, pension," said Milich at the time. "Every other week, my pay is $639. Every two weeks. That's not livable."

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That post managed to get the attention of an East Coast man, who is now doing what he can to help her and other teachers.

VIDEO: FOX 10's Jennifer Martinez reports.