Elderly Woman Sews Quilts For Family of 15 Who Are Homeless After Fire
Last night CBS 8 News showed you a story about a single mother and her 14 children who are homeless after a fire destroyed everything. Today, folks are reaching out to help the family including an 85-year-old woman who watched the story and said it touched her heart.
Edna Crumpton says because of her health problems, there's not much she can do except quilt. And after watching our story, she's decided to sew and donate several of her quilts to the Brown family.
You can say Ms. Crumpton is an expert when it comes to quilting.
With the help of the Red Cross, they've been living in a motel room trying to find somewhere to go, worried they'll be homeless this Christmas.
Ms. Crumpton tells CBS 8 she hopes this inspires others to help the family out.
As for the Browns, they say others have reached out, but they're still having trouble finding somewhere to live.
If you would like to help the Browns out, you can reach them at (334) 450-4973.
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