Holyoke Mayor's Fire Relief Fund
On New Years Day firefighters were called to an early morning fire at the corners of North East St and East Dwight St that destroyed an entire apartment building. Mayor Alex Morse and City Officials have established a Mayor's Fire & Emergency Relief Fund to assist with supporting the critical needs of the families and individuals directly impacted by this fire
At this time there are 3 confirmed fatalities and 25 families displaced.
Donations can be made in person or by mail with a check made out to:
Mayor's Fire Relief Fund
536 Dwight Street
Holyoke, MA 01040
Gofundme account set up by:
City of Holyoke Treasurer
City of Holyoke Assistant Treasurer
Looking for my friend and co-worker..have not heard from him and lived on the fourth floor of that building..Tall white gentleman with two lil black dogs..and Celtic tattoos on his legs..have alot of people worried about him hope I find him soon. Bless the rest of the people and families suffering due to this horrific tragedy this new years day.
Christine, consider this: $100,000 is a lot of money, but 25 families were affected. $4,000 is a fair amount, but it's not enough to replace everything you own, plus come up with first, last, and security for a new apartment. These people have been devastated.
When and how is this money being disbursed?