HELENA – Matt Reyant gave Helena Capital fans plenty to cheer about during his high school days as a Bruin. The former MSU-Northern football player is currently giving back to his alma mater in the coaching ranks, but now it’s the school supporting Reyant.
Reyant and his fiance McKenzie were recently forced to evacuate their home due to a fire in their living room. Numerous items were destroyed and many others need cleaned or repaired due to smoke and fire damage.
Helena Capital staff members, coaches and community members have set up a GoFundMe page to help Reyant and his fiance with expenses. The couple is currently unable to live in the home until all repairs and smoke damage have been fixed.
“We are so thankful to the Helena community and Helena Capital family for helping us during our time of need,” Reyant said. “This is one of those things that was completely unexpected but we certainly appreciate the assistance of the community.”
The creators of the GoFundMe page are hoping to raise $5,000 but understand financial donations may be unfeasible for some. They are also encouraging people to help with meals as smoke damage has caused food in the home to be non-edible.
If you would like to contribute to the GoFundMe page, click the link below.