HONOLULU (KHON2) — An arson investigation is underway after a fire destroyed a Pop Warner football storage shed on Kauai.

The youth league’s football uniforms and equipment went up in flames early Monday morning.

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Despite the loss, the league’s regional director said they’ve been overwhelmed by the support from the community.

They’re receiving donated helmets and discounts on purchasing new uniforms along with nearly $20,000 dollars in cash donations.

Teddy Arroyo, Pop Warner regional director said, “If he asked me these three days ago, I’m gonna give you a different time, different feeling, but I — I feel joyful, joyful. So I say, very happy that the community is coming together, you know, this is for the children.”

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Arroyo also said the permits to build a new equipment shed just got approved and they hope to be able to break ground in about a month.

A GoFundMe was created to raise funds to replace what was lost in the fire. Click here, to support.