My name is Nina, and I'm on a fundraising mission for my sister, Monica Rozier.
Confession: Okay, we may not be sisters in blood, but we are in Christ. Our Father has placed it on my heart to create this event. I need to reach out to each of you in times like this. It is unfortunate that the building at 300 Riverside (Austell, GA) caught fire, leaving approximately 25 former residents homeless and displaced. Monica was among many who lost their worldly possessions in the fire. Truly, it was a blessing that all the units were not destroyed.
Let's band together and show support! If you find it in your heart, please reach into your pockets and contribute to the cause. No amount is too little. Whatever you can give to assist Sister Monica will be greatly appreciated. We are just blessed that no casualties were reported. Picking up the pieces of your life and starting over can be emotionally challenging. Please share this announcement with those in your circle. Sharing is caring, and caring is sharing.
The fire at this location (300 Riverside Parkway) made the news about Building 1500. Here is a link for viewing: https://www.11alive.com/article/news/local/fire-on-riverside-pkwy-in-cobb-county/85-6ec1d3dc-3844-471a-8a11-b985a53bfab0