Finding Assistance After a House Fire?

We had a house fire and no insurance. The Red Cross gave us 900 dollars and most of that went to motel rooms. We have nobody.


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November 12, 20181 found this helpful

I am so sorry to hear of your troubles.

I have two suggestions:

1. Do you belong to a religious organization (church, synagogue, mosque etc.)? Some have discretionary funds that are used to help parishioners in need. It is all very private and no one needs to know. Perhaps they offer you some funding to help you get back on your feet after the fire.

2. Since you have a computer and are posting here, have you considered setting up a Go Fund Me or like crowd sourcing pages?

They are fairly easy to do, you tell your story and ask for help. I know from first hand experience they work if you work to get the message out there using social media.


I have personally seen communities come together to help people, like you, who are in need.

Prayers for you and your family.

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November 12, 20180 found this helpful

Getting Aid after a Fire

Step 1
Go fund me

Step 2

Step 3
Social services

Step 4
Local news station -human interest story.

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