(WXYZ) - More than 15 families lost everything in a large fire at an apartment complex in Ypsilanti last week.
Now, the families that used to live in Schooner Cove need our help.
Their main needs are:
Soap, shampoo, toothbrushes , toothpaste, shaving lotion, razors, deodorant, Q-tips
Small appliances like vacuums and microwaves, music players
Board games and books for children for trauma of fire
Throw rugs and shower curtains
Bed linens for twin, full, queen and king size beds and pillows
Towels--especially bath towels and washcloths
Electronics of all kinds--especially for teens and children
DVDS / used or new TVs or DVD players
Flatware and dinnerware ( plates, glasses, cups, pots, pans, coffee makers, mixers, toasters )
Gift cards are welcome--especially to grocery stores; Target, Walmart, and Meijer, Kroger
Items can be sent or dropped of at :
5050 Schooner Cove Dr.
Ypsilanti, MI 48197
Phone: (734) 485-8666
Fax: (734) 485-8689
Or you can send a monetary donation to :
Schooner Cove Fire Donations
C/O McKinley, Inc.
320 N. Main St. Suite 200
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Please make checks or money orders payable to "Schooner Cove Fire "
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