Hello friends, family, neighbors, and loved ones,
As many of you have heard... the home of the Spence Family burned down in the early hours of September 28, 2022. This was a total loss of material things. The two daughter's of Callie and Alvin Spence as well as their 3 beloved pets ALL escaped the tragic incident in the knick of time, before watching everything they own including their truck fall into ashes before their eyes. With nothing but the clothes on their backs and gratefulness for one another and their community in their heart, they have hope to rise above this current state of homelessness!
Callie has shared through tears in her eye's how lucky she feels to call Walton County, the School District, and the Community of Freeport, her Village. She expresses her appreciation to everyone for each call, text, item of clothing, food, thoughts, and especially prayers!
Due to having no homeowners insurance, they will only be able to re-build their home piece by piece and room by room as funds become available. An insurance claim on the truck loss and another trucks partial loss cannot take place until the state of emergency in the state of FL has ended. It is within the power of each and every single human far and wide to lift this family up through prayers and monetary donations. We need your help!! Every penny counts, if you are unable to donate we ask that you share the Spence story.
Thank you all so so much! Let's get this family home!
* Updates on the fire investigation, the cleanup, and further details or requests can be found here in the future!
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