UPDATED: Fuller, McCarthy Teachers Establish Fund To Help Framingham Family After Weekend Fire

FRAMINGHAM – Teachers at Fuller Middle School and McCarthy Elementary School have started a GoFundMe to help a Framingham family, that was “forced out of their home right before the Thanksgiving holiday 2017 by a fire that began on the second floor of their home in Framingham” over the weekend.

“The unfortunate tragedy left this family of 4 children and their two parents with nothing. The home was a total loss,” said the GoFund me.

The staff at the two school set up this fund to try and help this family get back on their feet.

“Please consider helping this family begin to build what they have lost.  It is, after all, a time to give and reflect on what we have,” wrote Fuller teacher Michelle Gallagher.

To support the Go FundMe with donation, click here.

Staff will also take clothing donations at Fuller to be dropped in guidance office or Ms. Gallagher’s classroom, during school hours.

Needed is clothing for four kids – 5 (girl), 8 (girl), 11 (boy), and 13 (girl) – and the two parents.

Clothing sizes are girl size 3 5/6 and shoe 12; girl size 10/12 and show 2; boy size 14/16 or adult small and show 5; and girl size L, women 13 pant and size 10 shoe, according to Kelly Holland.

Framingham Source Editor Susan Petroni

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