I am written this to reach out to people. We lost our home on Valentines day. My Gram (mom) Donna Easler. which took me in when i was a infant and im almost 16 now my cousin which is 9 has also been with us most of her life. Wait it doesn’t stop there my great grandparents lived in Oklahoma and were not well so my mom even took them in. Because she wanted them here with her where she could watch over them. Then even after the fire and her losing everything she owned and because of the way my great grandparents raised her she still reached out to help people in need. She posted all over facebook that she had 6 or 7 cords of wood that she could no longer use and she wanted to give it to people in need to help them get through the rest of the winter. So she started giving out a pickup load to each person that contacted her. I watched her go back to the house and take a woodmall and break that frozen wood apart so people could come and pick it up. Never taking a cent for any of it. Through the years she has always helped others. Now I am asking for help for her. She is not young anymore and she is not healthy yet she worries more about me and Hailey and gram and gramp then she does about herself and what she has lost. We had no insurance and have no place to live. Friends did reach out and let us go stay at their camp for a month or so. Which mom and us are so very greatful for. Mom wont ask for help so I am asking for her. If everyone just chipped in a few bucks each we could find a new home or rebuild on our land. Please there was a account set up at The Bank of Maine for donations just tell them u want to donate to the Ealser & Deveau fund raiser account. its the Presque Isle branch. There has also been a paypal account set up at firstname.lastname@example.org or u can even mail your donations to PO Box 106 Mapleton, Maine 04757. Please no donations are to small or to big. My family really needs your help. I was raised to believe there are a lot of good people out there so I am reaching out to all of you. Thank you.