Residents and businesses have rallied together to help the Bell family of Roseville, following news that 49-year-old Oct. 16. His in unincorporated Placer County.
Brent Bell was the sole provider for his family: wife Michele and three children Dylan, Courtney and Caitlin. According to the Find Brent Bell Facebook page set up to keep people informed, the family is in need of donations.
Here are a few ways you can help the Bell family. If you know of other fundraisers going on for the family, please post information in the comment section below or e-mail email@example.com.
Feed the Family
Community members have started a page to organize meals for the Bell family. People can bring dinners, breakfasts and other meals, set up a day they’d like to provide the meal and deliver it to the family. If you’d like to make a meal for the family, visit the website here.
Visit Corbett’s House of Horrors
On Oct. 27, $5 from every ticket at Corbett’s House of Horrors will go to the Bell family. Print out this flyer and bring it with you on Oct. 27 between 7-10 p.m. Corbett’s House of Horrors is located at 1120 Galleria Boulevard; cost is $20 for all four haunted houses.
Eat Some Frozen Yogurt
From 5-9 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 3, a portion of proceeds from will go to the Bell family. The frozen yogurt shop is located at 1249 Pleasant Grove Blvd., Suite 180 in Roseville.
Make a Donation
Donations are being accepted through the website here or directly to:
Chase Bank/ Michele Bell
Account # 979969797
9075 Woodcreek Oaks Blvd. Ste 160
Roseville, CA 95747
During the Oct. 28 varsity and junior varsity football games at , a table will be set up where people can give donations.