Local Business Assists 12 Families Displaced by Weekend Fire in the Tri-State Area

Delhi Township Families Displaced by Apartment Fire: Community Rallies to Provide Aid

On Sunday, twelve families in Delhi Township, Ohio were displaced by an apartment fire at Glenhaven Apartments. The fire broke out at 2:40 a.m., with smoke swirling in the air outside the building, as described by Hailey Plumlee, a witness to the incident.

Ally Magiliano, owner of ASAP Custom Prints and Apparel, was alerted to the fire around 2:30 a.m. by a neighbor. She immediately sprang into action, gathering donations for the victims using Facebook. Despite no one being injured in the fire, the families have lost everything in the flames and are in need of toiletries, sheets, towels, and kids’ items such as school supplies and clothes.

Magiliano has been collecting donations at her print shop and is also accepting items at Delshire Elementary School. The school is also gathering gift cards to assist parents with food and gas, working in conjunction with the Red Cross. Anyone wishing to donate items can take them to either ASAP Custom Prints and Apparel or Delshire Elementary School. The community is coming together to support these families affected by this tragic event.

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