As some of you may know, the Lange family's home in upstate New York burned down on Friday, August 7th 2015 and though everyone is safe, they have lost all of their belongings - clothing, documents, family keepsakes, art, plants, books - basically everything material.
Only one space was spared in the house - the basement under Nona's study - which - thankfully - contained many incredible baby photos (pictured here hanging in the wind to dry).
As you can imagine everyone is super overwhelmed and also incredibly grateful for the outpour of support.
For now they are staying with friends and trying to regroup.
Many people have asked how they can help and I asked Dorna if it would be ok to set up a fund to help support the Lange family during this incredbily intense transition time as they regroup, rebuild and being to renew.
If you can't give money, that is completely ok. Your words of encouragement are equally appreciated.
Let's help the Lange's regain some stability with our support during this moment. If you know and love Dorna, Justin, Nona, John and Galen, please help in the way you can.
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