In the days following the explosion at the Chase Bank building in downtown Youngstown, 21 News introduced you to one of the survivors of that explosion, Caroline Pizarro. 

Now the Liberty Local School District is doing its part to help Pizarro and her family out in her time of need.

According to Trumbull County Educational Service Center Public Relations and Marketing Coordinator Matt Roth, this situation affects the family of a fourth grader in the district, so the district is stepping up to help.

The district will hold a dress down day on Friday, May 31 where students can pay $1 to wear whatever they want to school including pajamas, hats and more. Students will not be allowed to wear bathing suits for this event.

Liberty High School Principal Brian Knight tells 21 News some kids went beyond the $1 prerequisite to dress down and donated even more money to the cause and says the event was "very successful."

Pizarro was an employee at the Chase Bank and was working during the day of the explosion and was hospitalized as a result.

Pizarro's boyfriend told 21 News she has since had her feeding tube removed, but still has major injuries on her eyes, face and legs. She's expected to be in the hospital for at least a month.

You can read more about Pizarro and her life in our related coverage below. If you'd like to donate to help her, you can do so here.