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Out pour of community support: How to donate items to Michelle, Amanda and Gina

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The outpouring of community support surrounding the Amanda Berry, Michelle Knight and Gina DeJesus homecoming is greatly appreciated.

In order to give the women their privacy and time to heal, the Cleveland Division of Police is asking that anyone wishing to provide gifts or cards to the girls refrain from doing so at their homes.

Instead, cards and gifts for Amanda Berry, excluding cash, can be dropped off at the First District located at 3895 West 130th Street in Cleveland.

Cards and Gifts for Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight, excluding cash, can be dropped off at the Second District located at 3418 Fulton Road.

Please clearly mark packages with the girl's names and "Care of Commander Seltzer".

Monetary donations can be made at any Key Bank under the name "The Courage Fund".

There are two funds for the women. 

-The Cleveland Courage Fund of The Cleveland Foundation
-The Cleveland Courage Fund of Key Bank

All of the money is going into the same pot and 100% of the funds will be given to non-profit organizations that will then provide services for the victims and the families.

                                                             

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