come forward

[kʌm ˈfɔː.wəd]


  • to step in front;
  • to offer evidence, information or help.

Examples 👇

He remains at the Cabarrus County Jail. Four victims have come forward, and Concord Police say the investigation is still ongoing.

Blayney residents are being urged to come forward for COVID-19 testing, even if they are experiencing only mild flu symptoms. Blayney Chronicle

People with COVID-19 symptoms should come forward to report: Health ministry. India TV

Kelly asked Reade about detractors who question her claims and why no one else has come forward. Fox News

More families come forward raising concerns over group homes for people with autism. KPNX

After posting information on Facebook, witnesses started to come forward. WSBT-TV

The U.S. Department of Justice is urging people who were harassed by their landlord when they were unable to make rent to come forward.

A WOMAN has come forward to assist officers after a man was reportedly bitten by a dog in Shaftesbury. Bournemouth Echo

The donor, who has come forward is a 40-year-old, senior HR professional from Bangalore who recently recovered from COVID-19. The New Indian Express