Help Cindy Recover from Fire
Hello, and thank you for visiting this page.
On January 8, 2014, an intense fire leapt from a neighbor's house towards the residence of Cindy L. and her children, quickly engulfing the house and all of their possessions; sparing nothing but their lives.
Even those of us who have never experienced the utter destruction left by a fire know that nothing can be done to replace the irreplaceable; pictures, heirlooms, and keepsakes - and returning to normal life seems like an almost insurmountable challenge. Even going about the most basic daily routine suddenly becomes a hurdle, in addition to having nothing to move forward with.
Cindy and her family currently have a safe place to stay and regroup, but they will need all of your loving support to make it through this incredibly tough start to the New Year.
Friends, please consider providing a contribution to the Cindy Fund; any amount helps, and sharing this link with others helps even more!! Also, your excess household items may be helpful in rebuilding their home: cookware, blankets, clothes, any other comforts you can think of... I know Cindy has an amazing group of friends, now it's time to rally around her and blow this goal out of the water!
Thank you all, so much!
Posted by Brittany Stolting
My husband Ben works with Cindy and told me what happened. I sell Avon and have a lot of toiletries to donate. He will have them at the hospital tomorrow. I would also like to find out what size her son wears, I have nephews that might have some clothes.
I have friends that have items to donate. Should we hold on to them for now until we have somewhere to take them?
At this point, all typical house-hold items are needed: kitchen ware, bedding, toiletries, furniture, clothing, etc. I will try to find out more specifically what Cindy might prefer - I'll check back here.
Yes, please give specific info. Don't want to give her stuff she cannot use.
was wondering what size cloths she needs, I have women's and children's cloths to give if they are needed. Thanks