Millionaire Marc Bell stepped up in a BIG way after Hurricane Irma displaced 70 foster kids from the SOS Children’s Village Florida, Fortune reports. The children were left in an emergency shelter for 5 days during the storm. Once Bell, who’s a board member of the foster care community, heard their original shelter had no power or running water for them to return to, he had them stay at his $30 million mansion!
“Today, we had manicures for the little girls,” he said. “We got Bobby the balloon guy coming later to entertain them. Yesterday during dinner, we had a singer come who plays guitar and sang songs with them.”
My heart! So not only are they safe, they’re having a good time! There’s also a room filled with arcade games, pool and air hockey tables. An ice cream truck stopped by too! Bell, a former owner of Penthouse magazine (lol), doesn’t know how long the kids will stay but has started a GoFundMe page to help rebuild their shelter.
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Watch his videos with the kids below!
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