Saturday fundraiser at The Main Street Tower Restaurant for family who lost their possessions in the Fountain Glen townhouse fire


A friend of the mother, grandmother and 3-year-old girl who lost their possessions when fire destroyed two floors of their Fountain Glen townhouse Nov. 14 has organized a fundraiser for them Saturday Nov. 27 at Main Street Tower restaurant, 29 S. Main St.,  in downtown Bel Air. The fundraiser is to be held on the restaurant’s heated outdoor deck. It starts at 8 p.m. and there is an $5 cover charge that will go to benefit the family.  Eric Reed and Bobby Louis organized the event for the family and created a Facebook page to promote the fundraiser. Click here to see it. They’re looking for items to raffle at the event to support the family. If you’d like to donate, contact Eric on Facebook, e-mail: or phone 443-528-9507.

They are also collecting clothing and toys for the family at the fundraiser. If you’d like to donate, the little girl wears a size 10 or 10.5 shoe and size 4T clothes. The mom wears a size 8.5 shoe and medium tops and size 9 long pants in juniors’ size. The grandmother wears a size 10 shoe, large tops and size 12 long pants in women’s size.

A fund has also been established at Baltimore County Savings Bank in Hickory for the family.  Anyone wishing to donate money to the family, can do so at the Hickory bank branch, 2128 N. Fountain Green Rd., (410) 838-9226. The Bel Air Volunteer Fire Company has also been collecting donations of toys, clothing and gift cards for the family at 109 South Hickory Avenue in Bel Air.

Click here to read previous BANV posts about the fire and efforts to help the family.