The White family, of Caldwell County, is in need after losing their home in a fire Monday night.

"They lost everything, it's devastating," said Michelle Travis, an administrator of the What's Happening in Fredonia, Kentucky, Facebook page. "I found out their sizes in clothes and shoes and posted it on the page for those who want to donate."

She said the family is in need of men's pants (sizes 36×32 and 34×32), men's shirts (large and extra large), men's shoes (size 10.5 and 11), women's pants (sizes 3-5), women's shirts (large and extra large) and women's shoes (sizes 8.5 and 9).

Donated items for the family can be taken to Kayla Mendoza at 21371 Marion Road in Fredonia.

Princeton Fire responded to the fully involved structure fire on Ronald White's property in the 3500 block of Highway 70 around 6 p.m., Fire Chief Brent Francis said.

"The house was probably about 60 percent engulfed upon arrival," Francis said. "It was already through the roof and collapsing on the left side of the house."

He said the home had a basement with two stories above that.

"The fire appeared to start in the living room, but it is unknown what caused it," Francis said. "No one was home when it started."

The right side of the house is still standing.

"The fire didn't get into the garage and the room under the garage, but there was water damage in the basement," the fire chief said.

Fredonia Fire and the Caldwell County Sheriff's Office assisted at the scene. Eddyville and Kuttawa fire departments covered calls for Caldwell County as Princeton firefighters worked more than six hours to stop the fire.