CLEVELAND (WKYC) -- People are sending money to the women recently freed from a decade of captivity.
The donations for the victims' compensation fund are getting sorted through lawyers, as a city councilman calls for an audit of the Cleveland Missing Persons reports.
Meantime, the community held a vigil Saturday to support Michelle Knight.
Knight went missing in 2002 from a west side neighborhood. On Monday, she was found with Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus.
The three women were kidnapped and held against their will allegedly by Ariel Castro, 52. Castro has been charged with kidnapping and rape.
Experts say healing is very possible for three women held for nearly a decade in a Cleveland house, but it will take extensive treatment and support. Therapists also recovery is often a long and difficult process.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.