The couple is donating their honeymoon to the charity Kindig, an organization that focuses on supporting LGBT youth.
Their honeymoon, held this week, is the first of its kind, according to the organizers.
It was sponsored by the foundation.
The couple has a new baby, a son named Max, and they’re raising money to help them get him into the medical system.
“We don’t have much money, so this is a big help to us,” Gayle said.
Max is the third child of a gay couple and was born to Max and his father, Robert Gayle, in August.
A gay couple, gay couple’s honeymoon for children to help raise money for medical billsThe Honeymoon, a charity that raises money for LGBT health care, was founded in 2014 by Gayle’s father, a retired neurosurgeon, and her mother, a nurse.
On Monday, the couple announced that Max and Max’s first birthday was a big success.
Gayle and Max have donated 10,000 honeymoon dollars to Kindig.
They’re planning to give the money to medical care providers.
In 2015, Gayle was diagnosed with an aggressive form of non-Hodgkin lymphoma and had to undergo surgery.
She was left with no money to support herself and her two children, ages 2 and 4.
Now, Max and the baby are looking for their honey, which will be used to help other families like them, said Gayle.
“It’s a big support to all of us who are struggling,” she said.
“This is a chance for us to make a difference and do something meaningful to make sure our kids are healthy.”
This article was updated to include comment from the Honeymoon for Children Fund.