Help the 2 Daughters in Hamilton That Survived the House Collapse
So sad, but help is on the way. My heart breaks for these girls. According to CommunityNews.org, a collection drive has been organized for the 2 surviving daughters, ages 16 & 20, of the awful house collapse in Hamilton Township, Mercer County, on Monday. They are still in the hospital, and their mother was killed in the collapse. Starting tomorrow, Thursday, July 26th, through Saturday, August 4th, St. Phillips Baptist Church at 445 Parkinson Avenue, Hamilton and John O. Wilson Neighborhood Service Center, 169 Wilfred Avenue, Hamilton will be collecting much needed, basic items for the girls.
Here's the schedule for collections:
Monday - Friday: John O. Wilson Neighborhood Service Center - 9am-5pm; St. Phillips Baptist Church - 5pm-7pm
Saturday - Sunday: St. Phillips Baptist Church - 10am-noon.
Requested sizes - women's shoes sizes 10 & 11, clothes & undergarmets sizes large-xx large.
Gift cards will also be accepted. Their grandmother says gift cards to Walmart would be helpful. A GoFundMe page, in the mother, Tika Justice's name, has been set up to help the family as well.
I've also heard that the Mercerville Fire Company at 5 points in Hamilton is collecting donations for the family as well.
If you're able, please help these girls, who just lost everything.