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How to help Selfridge, Rybolt

TO HELP: Contact Compassion Highway Project atcompassionhighwayproject@gmail.com or visit its website.

Elizabeth Rybolt and Williams Selfridge say their biggest needs are housing — donations toward hotel time or a loaned or donated RV in which to live — and items to ensure their family is warm and fed the remainder of winter.

Said Rybolt, “We can still go and get some of our stuff out, but the litter box got flung around from the towing so everything cloth is ruined. We basically lost everything.”

Items that would be helpful include the following:

  • A double burner hot plate for preparing meals in the hotel room
  • Gift cards for area restaurants
  • 3T boy’s clothing for their son, Samuel
  • Size 2T-4T socks for all three children
  • Size large women’s shirts and jeans (size 8, junior) for Rybolt
  • Size large men’s shirts and size 32/32 pants for Selfridge
  • Hygiene and bath items
  • Microwavable, healthy foods for kids
  • A playpen for the couple’s youngest child to sleep in
  • Teething toys for the two youngest children
  • Carpet-friendly arts and crafts items for the kids
  • A first aid kit

Andy Atkinson / Mail Tribune Elizabeth Rybolt talks about how she and her family lost their mobile home in Medford.