Donations are being accepted for a family that was apparently displaced from its home after a massive fire on Friday in Rochester, according to a fundraiser started on Facebook.

According to the fundraiser, the family "lost everything in a fire" that severely damaged a three-story, three-unit building in Rochester on Friday. No one was injured in the blaze, according to numerous fire officials, but the fire did reach a third alarm.

The organizer of the fundraiser, user Joselyn Bianco, did not immediately respond to a Facebook message sent Tuesday afternoon.

Here is the full description from the fundraiser, which had raised $645 of its $2,000 goal at the time of publication.

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To all my friends and family on Facebook, as we bring in the new year with cheer and joy not all have that opportunity. This family just lost everything in a fire. As a mother cooks dinner her family, her kitchen goes up in flames in matter of seconds. I will be working closely with this family I NEED ALL MY RESOURCES TO COME TOGETHER TO BRING THIS FAMILY BACK TOGETHER IN A WARM HOME. We all have a place called home 🏡 let’s help them Anything helps FOOD, CLOTHES, GIFTCARDS, HOTELS ANYTHING HELPS. And to those whom are plugged in please inbox me. Please share this story and SEND HELP !!! Thank you 🙏🏽 for those who take the time to read this ! May GOD BLESS YOU & YOU’RE HOME

Another post by a user claiming to be a friend of the family said she was looking for clothes donations since "nothing was salvageable in their apartment," she wrote. A list of needed items can be found here.

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