— Kentucky Transportation Cabinet


Severe flooding impacted Kentucky, Missouri and Virginia in late July. 

PDA has processed grants and deployed National Response Team members to affected areas. In Eastern Kentucky, we anticipate this being a long term response, with information on volunteer hosting to come.

To support this response, designate gifts to DR000191

Flooding in Eastern Kentucky: 'What I have seen has broken my heart' from Presbyterian Mission Agency on Vimeo.

Until the long term recovery phase is reached, you can do the following:

  • Donate to DR000191
  • Make Gifts of the Heart Kits
  • Volunteer:
    • Martin, KY Hwy 80 at the stoplight across from the Sav-A-Lot, look for the Christian Appalachian Project sign, Floyd County.  Christian Appalachian Project has a volunteer reception center at this site where overnight volunteers will stay and eat.  Volunteer duties range from working on affected homes to assisting in a donation center.  Volunteer opportunities for groups Monday – Saturday, please arrive by 7:30 AM if you plan to work on affected homes that day. Please note this site is only accepting groups traveling together, not spontaneous volunteers. More information can be obtained at 800.755.5322, volunteer@chrisapp.org
  • Pray:

In times of upheaval, trauma, and grief, prayer centers our hearts on how God is at work in the midst of disaster. Pray for those affected by flooding, organizations such as PDA who are working to mobilize aid in the area, those in the surrounding areas who have extended compassion, for those grieving the loss of loved ones in the flooding, that God’s love might be shown and God’s comfort known.




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