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A Cincinnati printing business is stepping up to help 12 families who were displaced by an apartment fire in Delhi Township on Sunday. The fire occurred at Glenhaven Apartments around 2:40 a.m., and witnesses described seeing smoke swirling in the air. While no one was injured, the families lost everything in the flames.

Ally Magiliano, the owner of ASAP Custom Prints and Apparel, was alerted to the fire by a neighbor at around 2:30 a.m. Despite attempts to use fire extinguishers, the smoke was too thick to allow access to the affected floors. Magiliano immediately started using Facebook to gather donations for the victims, including clothes, toiletries, sheets, towels, and kids’ items. She is also collecting donations at the print shop, emphasizing the need for school supplies and clothes for the children to get through the next week.

In addition to Magiliano’s efforts, Delshire Elementary School is gathering gift cards to help parents with food and gas as they work with the Red Cross. Anyone with donations can take them to ASAP Custom Prints and Apparel or Delshire Elementary School. The community is coming together to support these families in their time of need.

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