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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The Florida City woman, known as the ‘Kickball Mom’ and her family, who lost everything during a house fire may not be able to move back into their home.

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Samantha Mitchell, her husband, and their six children, were left homeless after a devastating fire caused by a faulty hoverboard.

Samantha is known as the “Kickball Mom” because of the program she started and pays for, which allows a couple dozen neighborhood kids to play kickball at the park,
keeping them off the streets and out of trouble.

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It’s a program she promises to find a way to continue.

We are happy to say that Neighbors4Neighbors has received nearly $4,000 in donations for the Mitchell family.

Click here to read more about Samantha Mitchell.

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If you would like to help the Mitchell family, you can get in touch with Neighbors4Neighbors. You can call them at 305-597-4404 or go to the website, Neighbors4Neighbors.org