Fundraisers set to help Bridgeville flood victims |

Fundraisers set to help Bridgeville flood victims

Kristina Serafini | Tribune-Review
People are reflected in the window of an auto body shop along Baldwin Street in Bridgeville on Thursday, June 21, 2018 during cleanup efforts following flooding on Wednesday night.

The South West Communities Chamber has set up a GoFundMe page for Bridgeville flood victims at Brentwood Bank with the goal of reaching $5,000, the group announced in an email.

The page address is

In addition, donations also are being accepted at Brentwood Bank, 3309 Washington Pike in Bridgeville, or at the First United Methodist Church, 244 Station St.

‘Bridgeville Rebuild’

Big Bear Construction and 31 Sports Bar & Grille will host a fundraising event called Bridgeville Rebuild from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. July 7 at 31 Sports Bar & Grille, 1020 Washington Pike.

Event includes live entertainment, auction, and drink and food specials.

Cash, checks and gift cards will be accepted. Donations will be deposited into a community flood relief account with Bridgeville Borough.

Fire department

Bridgeville Fire Department is hosting a flood relief comedy show fundraiser July 28.

All proceeds will benefit flood victims within Bridgeville.

Tickets are $30 a piece and include food, beer, pop and the show.

Auction and 50/50 tickets also will be available.

Tickets will be available in early July.

For a list of ticket sale locations, check the Bridgeville VFD Facebook page . Tickets also can be purchased by calling Ray at 412-266-1043.

Suzanne Elliott is a Tribune-Review staff writer. Reach her at [email protected], 412-627-9423 or via Twitter @41Suzanne.

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