Kentucky Floods

When the flood waters came through, in just a matter of minutes, so many Kentuckians lost all their possessions and in some cases pets and loved ones. As we work to help find meaningful personal possessions and clear debris from homes, we are so moved by those who survived the flood waters. Their sense of family and community is the driving force that is giving them strength for their journey ahead. Spending time here in the mountains of Kentucky is a reminder that even though we are living through complicated times worldwide, family and community is what’s most important and will help us get through life’s challenges. Please keep in your thoughts and prayers our neighbors here in KY as the work continues.

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