Donations, Benefits for Perry Hall Student Shooting Victim

Money and gift cards are being collected to support Daniel Borowy, who was shot inside Perry Hall High School on Aug. 27.

Several benefit events and collections have been announced to support the family of , a 17-year-old special needs student who was shot inside Perry Hall High School on Aug. 27.

See the gallery for fliers about events.

One of the efforts, Prayers for Daniel, organized on Facebook, has been set up by family spokesperson Kathy Germack. Anyone interested in donating may contribute money via the Borowy's family church's website, the Perry Hall Family Worship Center.

St. Paul’s Lutheran Church and School in Kingsville is also collecting gift cards from local businesses for the family. They may be dropped off or mailed to the following address:

St. Paul’s Lutheran Church and School
C/O Theresa Kissinger - Church Secretary
12022 Jerusalem Road Kingsville, Maryland 21087
*Please write on the envelope “DOLLARS FOR DANIEL”

on Belair Road in Kingsville is also holding a for Borowy Friday, Sept. 7, between 4-8 p.m. A portion of the $25 cover charge, that includes beer, food and music, will be donated to the family.

Buffalo Wild Wings in White Marsh is holding a spirit night and benefit for the Borowy family on Wednesday, Sept. 12, between 4-9 p.m. Ten percent of sales that night will be donated to the family, according to worker Jennifer Thomas Devincent.

The Perry Hall High School's Class of 2007 plans to donate all of the profits from a bull roast on Friday, Sept. 7, according to Keri Wallace Stelmack. Tickets are $40. More information is available on the Facebook page.

The Perry Hall High School Alumni Association is donating all funds collected through September to the Borowy family. According to organization president Shannon Otakie Bray:

If you would like to make a donation, please go to our website and click the "donate" button to the right. We will assume that 100% of all funds donated over the course of the next month are to be directed towards the Borowy family.

More information is available on the website, www.perryhallgrads.com.

Are you aware of any additional benefits or collections for the family? Tell us in the comments and share the events in our calendar.

The Mole September 07, 2012 at 10:04 PM
I am proud to live inPerry Hall
Sonu September 11, 2012 at 09:02 PM
The Subway in the Safeway shopping center is collecting donations. Also,Subway in Honeygo shopping center is collecting donations,I must say this community is very helpful.
Colin Meeks September 12, 2012 at 04:52 PM
We will be donating 100% of the registration fees for our monthly Social Security educational seminar to the family. In addition, I will be matching the total amount. Glad to see that them community is doing what it can to make the best of a horrible situation.
HLV September 25, 2012 at 06:31 PM
Why isn't this child on his parents' health insurance? Thank God, when President Obama is re-elected, none of us will ever have to worry about health insurance again.
Jeanne October 03, 2012 at 03:49 PM
Hi HLV do you know how expensive, even with health insurance, Shock Trauma is? When Daniel was discharged the bills didn't stop, there are more medical bills to come for the family.


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