Volunteers collect donations for families affected by Jackson fire

JACKSON - There has been an outpouring of support for the families left homeless after a fire ripped though their apartments two weeks ago in Jackson.

Volunteers with Brothers for Brothers 4 Kids collected clothes, basic necessities and toys to fill a truck in days to help those affected by the fire. Organizers of the donation drive are asking anyone who was affected by the fire to come pick up whatever they need to replace what was lost. They say they are worried that many who were affected don't even know there are people trying to help them rebuild.

Jackson fire victims staying positive Dozens left homeless after fire in Jackson

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