GOLDEN VALLEY, Minn. - Support has been pouring in from all over the country following the unfortunate injury to 16-year-old Jack Jablonski, the Benilde-St. Margaret's sophomore who was paralyzed in a recent hockey game.
Jack's story has spread throughout the state and beyond, and on Thursday, supporters honored Jack by wearing white.
On Thursday, a fund was set up at Wells Fargo to support Jack and his family. To make a donation, visit any Wells Fargo location and make a donation to the Jack Jablonski Fund. Donations can also be mailed:
Jack Jablonski Fund
P.O. Box 16387
St. Louis Park, MN 55416-2618
Other events to raise money are taking place in various places around the state.
In Owatonna, a Wayzata man will be selling t-shirts for $10 at the Four Seasons Centre (1525 S. Elm Ave.) during the weekend of Jan. 6-8.
On Friday, the Ben & Jerry's Scoop Shop in Wayzata (539 E. Lake Street) will have 20 percent off everything with all proceeds being donated to Jack. The event runs from noon to 8 p.m.
Heather Nichols, an artist from Morris, Minn., says she will donate 50 percent of sales from 41starsstudio.etsy.com.
The Benilde-St. Margaret's girls' hockey team is selling "Jabby #13/Stay Strong" wristbands for $2 each with all proceeds going to Jablonski family. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to place an order.
A Tupperware fundraiser was set up online with proceeds being donated to the Jack Jablonski Fund.
Kiki Rogers said all jewelry orders placed on her Lia Sophia page under the hostess name Jabs Fundraiser by Jan. 20 will have 100% of proceeds donated to the Jack Jablonski Fund.
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