Kim-Nora Moses fire relief fund

$6,788 of $20,000 goal

Raised by 90 people in 50 months
George J. Moses
on behalf of Kim-Nora Ann Moses
 BRIGHTON, MI
Our daughter's home was destroyed by fire. It was national news on Thursday, March 26, 2015. On the corner of 2nd Avenue and 7th Street in New York City, an explosion in a ground-floor restaurant resulted in the complete destruction of the apartment building our daughter Kim-Nora and her husband Rob have lived in for over 20 years. They are both safe, thank God, but they lost all their possessions and their beloved cat, Sago in the inferno that incinerated their home.
Our greatest blessing in times like these are our friends and loved ones.
Many of you, upon hearing this sad news have expressed concern and a willingness to help Kim and Rob in some way. Your caring is certainly appreciated.
For those who would like to make a monetary donation, we have opened a gofundme account to help them recover from their loss.
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Kim-Nora and her husband, Rob want to thank all who have contributed to their fire relief fund since their apartment in New York's East Village was destroyed last month in the explosion and fire. As of today, May 31, many generous friends and relatives have donated a total of $6,738.
They have found a new apartment about 3 blocks from their previous location and are beginning to get settled. Your generosity and concern are very much appreciated.
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Kim-Nora and Rob are very thankful for all your kindness and donations to help them after the fire destroyed their apartment building in New York two weeks ago. They're looking for an apartment to sublet for a few months while they reorganize and rebuild. Of all their belongings they were only able to retrieve their wedding album and a photo of one of their cats. We look forward to seeing them when they travel to Michigan at the end of May.
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Kim and Rob thank all for their many generous donations. It's been a week since they returned to find their apartment of 23 years reduced to rubble. They're still looking for another apartment for temporary use.
Lower stream is where Kim's apt. was.
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Kim and Rob returned to New York Sunday evening after being out of the country on vacation when the explosion and fire destroyed their apartment building on New York's lower-east side. This photo shows what greeted them when they returned to the place they've lived for over 20 years. They've been meeting with other tenants of their apartment building to form ideas and to try to help each other. Many of them are with nothing. Not even a wallet or any identification. I told my daught that after this experience is in the past, she should sit down and write a book.
What was left of Kim's New York Apt.
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Raised by 90 people in 50 months
Created March 27, 2015
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44 months ago
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48 months ago
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49 months ago
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49 months ago
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49 months ago
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Robyn Eldridge
49 months ago

You are in my thoughts.

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Maria Buncick
49 months ago

I wish I could add a lot more zeros. Do you need a cat? or two or three?

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Rea Ackerman
49 months ago

All my best.

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