Marc Bell says it takes a village. He apparently believes it, because when the SOS Children’s Village Florida needed a home during Hurricane Irma, he let the whole gang move into his Boca Raton mansion.
Bell said the CEO of the foster children’s program called Monday to say the power was out at the home and that 70 kids and more than a dozen adult caretakers had been kicked out of their shelter.
“I said ‘Bring them to my house until we get it sorted out,'” Bell said. Thirty minutes later the home of Marc and Jennifer Bell was under siege.
“They hadn’t showered in five days, no laundry in five days, they were starving,” Marc Bell said with a laugh. “Never seen so many kids so excited by pizza pie in my life. Twenty of them disappeared in seconds.”
Bell, a former owner of Penthouse magazine who sits on the Children’s Village board, …