HFC alumna needs help in wake of tragic fire
Former Henry Ford College Student Chelsea Dye and her family need help starting over.
Chelsea and her 2 daughters, Sarenity (age 7), and Aurora (age 3), lost their home in Heritage Glen Townhouses Taylor, Michigan on June 10th after police attempted to apprehend a murder suspect in the apartment next door. It is not clear whether the fire started due to the use of a flash-bang grenade, or whether the suspect started the fire. The WDIV news story about the tragedy is here.
Chelsea, a former HFC student, studied in the Health Careers program. During her time at the College, she served as a work-study student in the Counseling office.
Chelsea is a single mother who has lost everything due to this tragedy. You can help support Chelsea and her family by donating clothing or by visiting the Dye family's GoFundMe page.
Sarenity - Clothing size: 7-8; shoe size: 12 children
Aurora - Clothing size: 4T; shoe size: 9 children
Chelsea - Shirt size: small/medium; Pant size: 9-11; Shoe size: 7-7.5 women's
Please drop off clothing donations by Thursday, June 27 to either of the following office locations on the main campus:
Health Sciences Education Center G-122 or
Building A-Learning Success Center A-115
Thank you for your support!