UPDATE: Two of the affected families have children at Chesnut ES. Friends of Chesnut is accepting donations for these families as well. From Friends of Chesnut on Facebook:
Update #2 (12/22) - per the AhA Connection, one of these families also has a student at Dunwoody HS and is a member of Lady Wildcats basketball. A separate GoFundMe account is active.
From Dunwoody Police on Facebook:
If you are able, please donate online to help get these 10 families through Christmas and the New Year. (Donations coordinated by ICare Atlanta)
On a related note, incidents like Dunwoody Crossing and the January fire at Dunwoody Glen are reasons why Councilman Terry Nall proposed requirements for fire retardant building materials on multifamily housing, rather than timbers and wood siding. It's not about making building more expensive, it's about keeping all Dunwoodians safer - and not having to face Christmas burned out of their homes.