The Anderson sisters have been dubbed the Englewood Angels, after the community rose to support them after they were found living in squalor recently. [GoFundMe]
ENGLEWOOD — Chicago is rallying around three young sisters found living in filth in an abandoned apartment, raising nearly $90,000 to help the kids, including a 7-year-old who had never been to school.
They’re being called the “Englewood Angels” on the GoFundMe page set up to help them after Chicago Police officers found them.
The Anderson sisters — Destiny, 7, Derricka, 2 and Errika, 1 — were found when officers from the Englewood District responded to a well-being call in the 6300 block of South Green Avenue at 6:20 a.m. on Nov. 6, according to Officer Kevin Quaid, a Chicago Police Department spokesman.
The girls were discovered alone in an abandoned apartment that had “no electricity, no heat, and was in a very uninhabitable state,” according to the fundraiser page set up …