JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — A Donor Direct Initiative has been set up to connect the victims of an apartment fire that displaced dozens of families and sent 7 people to a hospital with people want to donate.
Millenia Housing Management set up the initiative and met with the families to explain the details.
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Millenia Housing Management is also an owner of the apartment complex, Calloway Cove, where the fire happened.
According to the release by the city announcing the initiative, donors must sign and return forms to be authorized to donate to the families.
After authorization has been approved, the donor will be given the names of the families in need and will contact them directly to coordinate delivery.
To apply to be a donor, download the forms below:
According to the release from the city, Millenia will also be hosting a Community Day on Oct.16 and will provide more details soon.
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