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How to support Jayme Closs after safe return home

BARRON (WKOW) — As Jayme Closs settles back in at home in Barron after her kidnapping, people across the country are showing their support.

Facebook page created to help search for Jayme while she was missing has now turned into a celebration of the teenager’s safe return.

The page ‘Healing for Jayme Closs’ posted over the weekend that there is now a P.O. box set up so people can send cards and well wishes to Jayme and her family.

Send letters, attention to:
Light the Way Home for Jayme Closs
P.O. Box 539
Rice Lake, WI 54868

Jayme’s cousin has also set up a GoFundMe campaign to raise money for the 13-year-old’s family, as they cope with the recovery process and costs of the three-month search. This comes after a separate fundraiser ended when it surpassed its $50-thousand goal.

Click here to donate to the cousin’s campaign. Be cautious about other, fraudulent pages that have been posted, claiming to be relatives.

People are also still invited to donate to the Closs Family Benefit Fund set up at Sterling Bank.

To see all of WXOW’s coverage of the Closs case, click here. 

Photo Courtesy: GoFundMe fundraiser, JAYME CLOSS IS HOME! Help heal her heart

Kevin Millard

Kevin Millard-Social Media Digital Content Manager for WXOW.

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