Former President Donald Trump’s daughter, Ivanka Trump, and son-in-law, Jared Kushner, have reportedly helped out their newly part-time neighbors with rescue efforts at the collapsed Surfside, Fla. condo building, according to reports.
According to a local NBC-TV affiliate WTVJ, the pair have opened up their wallets to help organize over a week’s worth of food for first responders and volunteers who have jumped in to help with the search and rescue efforts in the Champlain Towers South building. The source told NBC 6 that the Kushners are “supporting the community that has welcomed them, and they’re praying for all those affected by the tragedy.”
The partially collapsed condo complex is two blocks away from the couple’s Miami home. Ivanka and Kushner relocated their family in January following the presidential election, renting a unit at the nearby luxury beachfront high-rise Arte Surfside.
The former President’s daughter and son-in-law were reportedly out of town during Thursday’s catastrophic collapse.
The Champlain Towers South Condo, a 12 story building in Surfside, Florida, collapsed last Thursday in the early morning hours around 1:30 am ET, just north of Miami Beach, prompting a massive search-and-rescue effort. It is still unclear as to how the building collapsed.
As of Tuesday, 150 people are still missing and unaccounted for, with at least 11 people are reported dead.