The donations for Fulton added up to 1,362 hours a total of 34 paid weeks off. Trayvons aunt collected nearly nine weeks.
County records show Fulton, who earns $68,768 a year, used funeral leave, four weeks of accumulated sick leave and 60 hours of vacation after her son was killed by neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman. She took two days of furlough in compliance with her county contract.
Last weeks pay period was the first that tapped into the bank of donated time.
Fulton is expected to appear before the commission on Tuesday to thank the county for its support.
Records show the donors included deputy mayor Jack Osterholt, who gave her eight hours, and Stan Hills, the former head of the fire union.
By far the most generous contributor was county clerks office employee Eric Cherelus, who gave Trayvons mother and aunt each an entire week of his vacation time.
Tracy Martin is a truck driver, and its unclear whether he has been on paid or unpaid leave. He and Fulton were in England this week speaking at the University of London and were unavailable for comment.
Dont forget there are two people who need to be taken care of here, Hall said. A lot of the media focuses on Sybrina and forgets that Trayvon had a father, who lived here and co-parented.
Hall is the unpaid interim executive director of the foundation. He expects to employ both parents and Trayvons older brother Jahvaris Fulton, who is working as an intern on the foundations social media strategy.
Anytime some tragedy happens in society, you dont know what impact it will have, said Marlon Hill, the attorney who helped set up the foundation. The whole intention of this foundation was to speak to the broader issues. We are using it as an opportunity to do something positive.
Trayvons family are not the only ones raising money.
Zimmerman, the man who shot their son, raised $204,000 in just three weeks with a PayPal account posted to a website. He spent about $50,000 before his defense lawyer learned of the funds swelling balance, his attorney, Mark OMara, acknowledged.
OMara recently created a new fundraising site administered by a former IRS agent and registered with the Florida Division of Consumer Services. He told ABC News that he raised nearly $8,000 in the first few days the site was active.
Im not going to be unrealistic to the fact that everyone is seeking donations in relation to this case, including the Trayvon Martin family, OMara said at a recent news conference. It seems as though we have become in this criminal justice system a system where we can ask other people to help us. Thats what we are doing.
The fund now also includes the $150,000 balance transferred from the original PayPal account Zimmerman had set up.
In a statement on his website, OMara said Zimmerman spent $7,000 on PayPal fees, $5,000 on bond, and $1,000 at the jail commissary and for phone cards. He also paid off existing debts and set up a secure living quarters while he awaits trial, the statement said, without offering dollar figures.
Roughly a third of the balance remains liquid and in Mr. Zimmermans possession for living expenses for the next few months, OMara said. So far, none of the funds have been applied to legal expenses.