A group of women in Barrie is hoping to raise $60,000 for the six people killed in a car crash on a closed road in Barrie, Ont., last weekend.
Ripple of Kindness, with support from Barrie Mayor Jeff Lehman, has raised more than $11,000 for the families of Luke West, Curtis King, River Wells, Haley Marin, Jersey Mitchell and Jason O’Connor. They were killed in a single-vehicle collision in the south end of Barrie, about an hour north of Toronto, and were found early Sunday morning.
“While this is beyond our usual scope to raise funds, we feel these are extenuating circumstances,” the fundraiser reads.
“Our community has been shaken to the core, our flags are at half mast and six families are devastated at the loss of their loved ones. Let’s come together as a community and show our support.”
According to the fundraiser website, the group has established a committee with group members and a representative from each family to allocate the funds.
FULL STORY: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/barrie-crash-victims-update-1.6565307
You can donate to the GoFundMe Account here https://www.gofundme.com/f/barrie-community-support-fund
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