Help for Kentucky and central Appalachia flood victims
In late July and early August, the central Appalachia region was devastated by record rainfall and flooding. Both Eastern Kentucky and parts of Missouri were impacted by these floods that claimed dozens of lives and caused extensive damage to infrastructure. A state of emergency was declared on July 26 for Missouri by the Governor and Lieutenant Governor. On July 29, President Biden approved a disaster declaration to help support with recovery efforts in Kentucky.
Consider lending your support to help those impacted.
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The organizations below have been recommended by the Center for Disaster Philanthropy (CDP) to help those impacted.
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All Hands and Hearts Smart Response Inc.
American Red Cross
Appalachian Artisan Center of Kentucky Inc.
Appalachian Citizens Law Center Inc.
Fund: ACLC's Flood Recovery Fund
Fund: Appalachian Media Institute
Center for Disaster Philanthropy
Fund: 2022 Kentucky Flooding
Center for Rural Strategies
Fund: Daily Yonder
Christian Appalachian Project
CORE (Community Organized Relief Effort)
Cowan Community Action Group
Foundation for Appalachian Kentucky
Fund: Appalachian Crisis Aid Fund
Fund: Kentucky and Appalachia Flood Relief Fund
Hemphill Community Center
Hindman Settlement School
Housing Development Alliance
Housing Oriented Ministries Established for Services Inc.
Information Technology Disaster Resource Center (ITDRC)
Kentucky Civic Engagement Table Inc.
Does Business As: Commonwealth Alliance Donor Table
Operation BBQ Relief
Partnership for Inclusive Disaster Strategies
Save the Children Federation
St. Bernard Project
Fund: Team Eastern Kentucky Flood Relief Fund
World Central Kitchen