As Kayla Allen continues to recover at MetroHealth Medical Center, friends and family are trying to provide for the 10-year-old's future.
They have organized a second major fundraiser on Kayla's behalf. On Thursday, May 10, area Bob Evans restaurants will donate 15 percent of their sales between 6 a.m. and 10 p.m. to the Kayla Allen Benefit Fund.
, were killed April 12 when her father, Kevin Allen, opened fire at a Cracker Barrel restaurant in Brooklyn. Kevin Allen was shot and killed by police.
Kayla's health had improved to the point she was listed in fair condition, but she . The long-term effects of that setback aren't yet known.
A fundraiser at in Strongsville April 26.
Friends have set up the Kayla Allen Benefit Fund Facebook page to promote the fundraisers and keep well-wishers posted on Kayla's condition. You can also make donations through PayPal by visiting the page.
To donate to the fund May 10, Bob Evans visitors must present a flier, which you can download and print here.
These Bob Evans locations are participating in the fundraiser:
- Independence: 5980 Rockside Rd. (Rockside Road at 1-77).
- Brook Park: 13050 Brookpark Rd. (off I-480).
- Elyria: 503 Griswold Rd. (Route 57 between I-80 and I-90).
- North Olmsted: 25853 Lorain Rd. (Great Northern Mall)
- Amherst: 700 North Leavitt Rd. (State Route 58 at State Route 2).
- Avon: 36160 Detroit Rd. (Route 83 and I-90).
- Beachwood: 3700 Orange Place (off I-271)
- South Euclid: 13875 Cedar Rd.
- Brunswick: 3198 Center Rd. (I-71 and State Route 303).
- Middleburg Heights: 17011 East Bagley Road (Bagley Road at I-71)
- Westlake: 29750 Detroit Rd.