The community around Illinois State University in Normal, Ill., is stepping up to help two dozen students after their fraternity house was damaged in a fire.
WJBC Radio reports that two Normal restaurants are holding fundraisers for the Delta Sigma Phi fraternity after last week’s blaze. All the men who lived in the two-story building got out safely.
They’re now living in an on-campus residence hall but hope to move back into the house.
One restaurant, D.P. Dough, has collected nearly $400. Owner Ryan Fiala calls the effort a “good way to help out the ISU community.”
Windy City Wieners is donating 10 percent of its April 26 sales to the fraternity.
Information from: WJBC-AM