Where To Donate To Help Victims Of Kentucky’s Devastating Tornado Outbreak

Dec 13, 2021 at 1:27 pm
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Kentucky has been reeling from the devastation and destruction caused by the tornadoes that recently hit our state. If you’re unable to make it to any in-person relief efforts, you can still donate online to help your neighbors. Here’s a list of places to make monetary donations:

 The American Red Cross, in partnership with WLKY: Western Kentucky Disaster Relief Fundraiser (you can also text REDCROSS to 90999 to donate $10)

Aspire Appalachia: PayPal

BG Freedom Walkers: Venmo

Bowling Green Micro Pantry: Venmo

CARE: Kentucky Tornado Emergency Response Fund

Community Foundation of West Kentucky: West Kentucky Tornado Relief Fund

Convoy of Hope: Disaster Services

Disaster Relief At Work: PayPal

Feeding America, Kentucky’s Heartland: Donations

Foundation for Connecting Communities: Donations for Tornado Survivors

Global Empowerment Mission: Kentucky Tornadoes 

GlobalGiving: Midwest US Tornado Relief Fund

GoFundMe: Verified fundraisers set up by community members

Gov. Andy Beshear: Team Western Kentucky Tornado Relief Fund

His House Ministries: Mayfield Ministry

International Medical Corps: Kentucky Tornadoes Fund

Kentucky Baptist Disaster Relief: Tornado Donations

Kentucky Cannabis Community: Crisis Response Fundraiser

Kentucky Veterans Brigade: Bowling Green KY tornado relief

Louisville Food Trucks: Help Feed Tornado victims and first responders

Matthew 25: Ministries: Donate

Mayfield Community Foundation: Mayfield Kentucky Tornado Relief

Muslim Americans for Compassion: Raising Funds to Help Victims of KY Tornadoes

Presbyterian Disaster Assistance: Disaster Relief

Queer Kentucky: LGBTQ+ Storm Victims Mutual Aid Fund

Relevant Church: Mayfield Tornado Relief

Rise and Shine!: Disaster Relief Mutual Aid (Venmo)

Samaritan’s Purse: Disaster Relief

The LEE Initiative: Western Kentucky Disaster Relief Fund

UK College of Medicine: Kentucky Tornado Relief Fund

United Methodist Church: US Disaster Response and Recovery

United Way of Kentucky: Disaster Recovery Fund

United Way of Southern Kentucky: Tornado Crisis and Recovery Fund

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