December 29, 2017

A 73-year-old woman died in a Wednesday night fire at a Princeton apartment complex and 35 other residents were displaced by the blaze, according to media reports.

Many of you may be wondering how you can help.

The American Red Cross and Princeton Human Services are helping the residents of Griggs Farm, which provides affordable housing. The complex is owned by Princeton Community Housing, which has set up the Griggs Farm Fire Relief Fund. For information about contributing to that fund, click here.

Donations of blankets, warm clothing, water and other items are being accepted at Trinity Church through Jan. 6.

Several Go Fund Me pages have also been set up to help fire victims. You can learn more here and here. Please note, donations to Go Fund Me pages are not tax deductible.