How to donate items to the Marlborough fire victims

Above: A 5-story condo building in Marlborough was heavily damaged by a fire on Monday (photo by John Mauro Jr.)

Somewhere around 70 people were left temporarily homeless by the 6-alarm fire in Marlborough on Monday, and it doesn’t look like they’ll be able to move back into their condos anytime soon.

Marlborough-based Furnishing Options is collecting items to help the residents get by. They’re in urgent need of bed linens, dressers, bureaus, kitchen and dining room tables, and chairs. They also need pots and pans, and bedrails.

You can find out more in this article by the Metrowest Daily News, or on the Furnishing Options website (www.furnishingoptions.org).

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