Update from ASP: Ways You Can Serve Families Affected by the Floods Right Now!

Update from ASP: Ways You Can Serve Families Affected by the Floods Right Now!

Update from ASP: Ways You Can Serve Families Affected by the Floods Right Now!

More than 2500 homes have been damaged or destroyed by the flooding in Central Appalachia. Please read this update from ASP's President and CEO, Walter Crouch.



VIDEO UPDATE: WAYS YOU CAN SERVE FAMILIES AFFECTED BY THE FLOODS RIGHT NOW!

August 9, 2022

Many of you have been asking how you can serve our friends & neighbors affected by the recent flooding.


As of today, we know 959 homes have been destroyed & 1,570 damaged.


Listed below are organizations to contact to provide immediate help distributing food, supplies, and clean-up:


Baptist Disaster Relief: Kay Thompson, (615) 969-0410

Housing Development Alliance: Max Temple, (606) 436-0497

Hazard/Perry County: bit.ly/PerryCountyVolunteers

Breathitt County: Jamie Mullins-Smith, (606) 233-3502

Knott County: Hindman Settlement, Susie@Hindman.org

Letcher County: Drew Baldwin, (606) 733-5620; Mercy Chefs: MercyChefs.com/ky-floods/


ASP is currently providing shower trailers, tools, supplies, vehicles & more to help muck out homes and provide care for families. We will continue to provide updates & ways for you to be involved in the Recovery & Rebuild efforts as they unfold.


And please, help ASP meet our $100,000 match, so we can serve even more families.


In this together,

Walter


 



In addition to the organizations listed above, UMCOR is also helping.  Find out what UMCOR has been doing to help flood victims and donate.


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