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Help for Kentucky

If you're in one of seven disaster-declared eastern Kentucky counties and need temporary shelter, you may be eligible for travel trailer housing. Here's the application and details for this program:

We are currently able to offer $250, plus $50 for each child in the household.

If you are able to access the internet, applications for individuals and families are now live at

Call our office at 606-439-1357 if you need assistance filling out the application. Please be patient! Our volunteers are experiencing high call volumes and will get back to you as soon as possible!

Donations from Woodford County to East Kentucky on 8.5.22. Rick Wade (center blue shirt) Chief Johnny Mills (last on right).

We have a tanker full of water at County Line Community Church for folks to fill containers. Come and get it!!

Walmart Jackson - Hwy 15 S

Showers are available at Walmart Jackson, and are for public use! They should be up and running at 7 am in the morning. Please be courteous, water is limited so be mindful and have quick showers. The showers will be monitored by security.

This will be open from 7am-7pm daily. Walmart will be providing toiletries and towels! Thank You!

A great Shelby County community partner, Purnell’s, is taking a refrigerated semi-truck to Eastern Kentucky on Saturday morning. They have room in their truck if anyone would like to donate anything for the Flood ravaged area.

They will be leaving at 4:00 am and will be cooking breakfast in the Save-a-lot parking lot for the victim of the flood.

Email Ida Guier at or call Mike Iman 502-529-1744 to get more information.

Thank You Purnell's for all you do for our community, and all of the Commonwealth of Kentucky. #KyStrong

Justin Ford Heckel: like to say here at UPS#DeliverWhatMatters and yesterday UPSers from all over the state of Kentucky, did just that! Four truckloads of employee donations and public donations that was collected at Kroger stores arrived in Manchester, Kentucky at Volunteers of America Mid-States and Kentucky Emergency Management. A huge thank you to all the UPSers who helped make this happen


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