Published: Jul 09, 2011 10:43 PM EDT
Updated: Jul 09, 2011 9:45 PM EDT

FORT MYERS, Fla. - The last two days have been an emotional roller coaster for Anna Folger. The expectant mother is now living in a new apartment at the Palm Vista, after her home was destroyed by a massive fire on Friday.

"There was no time to grab anything, it was just whatever we had on, I didn't even have time to put on shoes," said Folger.

Four apartments at the complex on Central Avenue in Fort Myers were destroyed. Folger's neighbor, 60 year old Jerry White, has confessed to setting the blaze.

Folger lost everything, including all the baby clothes and supplies she has recently purchased.

After hearing the tragic story, Rebecca Hines with the Destiny Diaper Bank responded with a new bed, crib and plenty of supplies.

"All the things that she had prepared for that baby got burned up," said Hines, "that's a horrible thing to have to start off all over again."

"I'm so thankful for them," Folger said as she tried fighting back the tears.

To learn more on how you can help visit www.destinydiaperbank.com