Arnold family support fund

$7,085 of $7,500 goal

Raised by 97 people in 2 months
Cindy Stout Witterstaetter
on behalf of Kimberly Arnold
 CINCINNATI, OH
Our dear friends, David & Kimberly (Kay) Arnold have experienced a devastating loss as their home was destroyed by a fire on Friday, February 10, 2017.  Thankfully they, along with their three young children, were not at home at the time of the incident.  Sadly, their two beloved dogs were lost in this tragic event.  They have lost everything they owned due to the fire.

 Imagine how devastating it would be for you if tomorrow you no longer had anything in your home.  This is the current reality for our friends.  It is not an understatement to say that Dave & Kay would be one of the first people there to help others in their time of need.  

Many of you know Dave from his many years working at Price Hill Chili & Coldwell Banker and Kimberly (Kay) from teaching (previously at St. James) at Seton High School.  They are two of the most hardworking individuals we know and now we need to come together as a community to help them. 

While insurance will help, it will certainly not cover all expenses incurred from such a devastating loss.  We hope that the funds from this collection can assist the Arnold family with those immediate needs not covered by insurance.  It will be a long journey as they work to try to put their life back together all while raising three young children.  

Your contributions, whether big or small, will do a great deal to help this amazing family.  May God Bless the Arnold Family and you as you consider helping them.

Proverbs 3:27 - "Do not withhold good from those to whom it is due, when it is within your power to act"

My sincere thanks to all of you on behalf of the Arnold family.
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Posted by Cindy Stout Witterstaetter
2 months ago
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Thank you to everyone who has donated to help the Arnold family during this great time of need. The outpouring of love and support has been amazing for them. What you've been able to do in a little over a week has been incredible. On behalf of the Arnolds they want you to know how grateful they are for your support. They were able to move into their temporary housing over the weekend. Now the big task of acquiring all of the household & personal needs for the entire family - from A to Z and top to bottom. It is an exhausting task to say the least. They will be looking at options to rebuild their home where it was located. Many have inquired to me about clothing donations. At this time that is the one area where they are inundated with more than they need. If you haven't already donated to this campaign or made a pledge that you haven't completed, I'd ask you to please consider doing so now. The immediate costs for the family are really adding up and they need our support. Thank you again for your amazing support of this wonderful family. God bless!

Cindy Witterstaetter
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$7,085 of $7,500 goal

Raised by 97 people in 2 months
Created February 12, 2017
Cindy Stout Witterstaetter  
on behalf of Kimberly Arnold
$50
Anonymous
2 months ago
DV
$200
David Valerius
2 months ago
LN
$75
Liz & nick Nierlich
2 months ago
KG
$25
Katie Ginn
2 months ago
SW
$50
Steve Witterstaetter
2 months ago
TB
$100
Todd Bittner
2 months ago
SS
$50
Shawn Stricklin
2 months ago
TP
$55
Tammy and Kosta Papathanasiou
2 months ago
LH
$250
Larry Herms
2 months ago
JS
$25
Jen Smith
2 months ago
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