If there's one thing we know, it's that the Hudson Valley works quickly when it comes to helping their neighbors.

Pictures and videos began to pop up on Facebook about the Millerhurst Farm in Ancramdale catching fire on Sunday night, October 14th. Through Facebook comments we're learning that while the Miller family is safe, they lost almost all of their dairy herd. The 200 year old farm can be seen in pictures engulfed in flames.

A Hudson Valley coffee shop is acting fast to get the ball rolling to help their neighbors in need.

The Pine Plains Platter posted Monday morning that 100% of their self served coffee sales will be donated to the family. They added that there will be a donation jar at the front of the store if you'd like to make a donation.

We will have more details about the fire and Millerhurst Family Farm as they come in.

If you'd like to make a donation, the Pine Plains Platter is located at 2987 Church St in Pine Plains and they're open from 7am until 3pm.

Our listeners reach out to us and shared a GoFundMe account to raise money for the Miller family. The goal is set at $20,000. You can visit and donate the GoFundMe page here. UPDATE: As of Tuesday morning (10/16) at 10 am the GoFundMe account has raised over $70,000.