Mum, dad and two children left homeless after faulty Christmas tree lights started a devastating fire at their house.
Morriston Primary School launched an appeal at the start of the week and since then have been inundated.
The Wave and Swansea Sound's Cash for Kids Appeal has donated £1,000 to buy the children presents.
Mercure Hotel has offered the family two joined rooms and their dog can stay too!
The school asked us to give a shout out to all those who have donated so far - so a HUGE thank you goes to:
Store It – Storage company, Gorseinon
Iceland – Food voucher
Morriston Playscheme - £250
H.R.Phillips – Electrical
Advance Heating - £200
Salvation Army donation
Seaview Primary – Donated £100 and the local church 1 weeks Tesco Food shop
DFS – Suite
Dara Emmanual – Parent of another school (on her own crusade, been amazing)
Morriston Rotary – Russell (offered fully furnished House
Wilko - £50
Sarah Evans – County Housing Association
Nia Jones – Swansea Council donated £130 cash
Karen Sturgess – Highways cash donation and Xmas presents
Angela Harris – experienced Fire herself this July.
Donna Brown from Killay
Sarah Evans – Housing Association – Council
Debbie Gibbs first got in touch with us at the start of the week - she is the office manager at Morriston Primary school - she told us what they need.
LISTEN to her interview here:
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