Volunteer hopes to help Brickhaven fire victims start over

Volunteer hopes to help Brickhaven fire victims start over

Volunteer hopes to help Brickhaven fire victims start over

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by JENICA VILLAMOR & KREM.com

KREM.com

Posted on April 13, 2014 at 2:20 PM

SPOKANE, Wash— A friend of the manager of the Brickhaven apartment complex on Atlantic St. where a fire destroyed ten units on Saturday began collecting donations for the families affected.

Red Cross caseworkers said 41 displaced residents checked into an emergency shelter at Spokane Friends Church.

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After learning about the fire, April Kinney set-up a Facebook to raise awareness and help the displaced families start over. She and her friend, Nichole Kenson, began driving around Spokane County to pick-up donations that ranged from baby food and diapers to clothing and bedding.

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On the North Atlantic fire recovery Facebook page, Kinney said she and Kenson planned to pick-up donations from anywhere in Spokane County between the hours of noon and 8 p.m. on Monday through Friday.

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