The Missoula community is showing its support after a fire devastated a Missoula family.
Fourth-grader Dominick Sharp was killed in the blaze that tore through his west Missoula home.
Sharp's mother and three siblings were able to escape, but they lost everything.
The Missoula Rural Fire Department says their portion of the investigation is complete. The cause is undetermined, but they believe the fire was accidental.
Target Range elementary, where Sharp was a student, is taking donations from the community to help the family out. So much support has been offered that Pak Rat Storage has offered the family its services to store the donations.
"It's really beautiful to see how many people care without knowing the family, and how much compassion there is,? said Pak Rat Storage Manager Nicole Conniff. ?Missoula is a beautiful place to live, and to have a response like this is very emotional."
Anyone with donations can drop them off at Target Range Elementary School.
Additionally, you can make donations at the Missoula Walmart on Highway 93 from 2:00 to 7:00 p.m. this Sunday. Second graders from Wolfpack Cub Scout Troop 4104 will be there with a list of things that the family needs, and will be taking donations. If you wish to help, you can purchase something on the list and bring it back out to the Cub Scouts. They will also accept cash and gift cards for the family. Items will be stored at the donated storage facility.