For Jared and Connie Fox, those are not hypothetical questions. Their house burned down on November 24, 2017.
What makes their story unique is that Jared served in the Marine Corps as well as the Minnesota National Guard and was medically discharged in 2014. Excitingly, last year he and his wife adopted three special needs children—siblings, who are now – aged 4, 3, and 2. They also have a 12-year-old daughter.
So when the house burned down, this family of six was without a home or possessions. The Lord is good in that all family members (including the furry ones) were spared.
Their families have stepped up to the plate to help out, but there is much more that is needed. Our goal is to raise $30,000 for the expenses required while their house is rebuilt.
Living in Minnesota, this is not the time of year when construction can occur easily, so we do not know how long they will need a temporary home.
Jared and Connie did not want to ask for help, but right now their world has fallen apart. That is why, with their (reluctant) permission, we (family members) have set up this GoFundMe campaign in their names.
If you’d like to see this family of Foxes stay warm and dry while their new “den” is being built, you can help today! Thank you from Jared, Connie, the little Foxes and their families.
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