Kentucky Tornado Relief with Jason Crabb and Covenant Community Relief
On Friday and Saturday, December 8th and 9th, a devastating string of tornadoes tore through 6 states across the southeast, killing at least 88 with over 100 still missing.
Free Chapel and Kingdom Connection are partnering with two major ministries and their team of 700 volunteers to provide much-needed disaster relief resources to those with the greatest needs. Already, thanks to friends and partners like you, we have been able to dispatch $100,000 to Jason Crabb Ministries and Covenant Community Church to meet these urgent needs and do what we can to support those on the ground. Here are some of the projects we have been able to impact significantly in the early days of the aftermath of these devastating storms.
Jason Crabb Ministries:
Dry storage for the personal property that wasn’t destroyed
Temporary housing for the uninsured and the underinsured
Transportation- many lost their means to even go to work
Daily living needs- gas, shelter, food, necessities for hundreds
Infrastructure- replacing electric poles so that power service can be restored
Funeral expenses for dozens who did not survive
Assisting with rebuilding efforts for uninsured or underinsured loss of church facilities
Covenant Community Church:
Relief Benefits- Currently processing over 400 applications for substantive assistance
Generators- Over 65 generators distributed and tracked with 100 more needed now
Gas cans, totes, storage containers, tarps, diesel cans, hand-warmers, propane tanks
Porta potties and dumpsters
Food for lunches and dinners in the Housing and Urban Development area of Mayfield
Heavy equipment and construction crews are now heading to this area in the coming week
Ministerial Benefits- There are multiple churches and pastors who have lost everything
We can’t do everything but with your help, we can do something powerful as we hold up the arms of those on the front lines. Please consider donating today to help us partner with our trusted friends and be a part of one of the greatest rescue and restoration events in modern history.
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