KENTUCKY FLOODING JULY 2021

UPDATED  TUESDAY JANUARY 11, 2022 4:01 PM EST

Matthew 25: Ministries responded to severe flooding that occurred across parts of Kentucky in July. Over four inches of rain fell across Nicholas County causing major flash flooding throughout the county capital of Carlisle and along the Brushy Fork Creek and led to at least one fatality. Around 80 homes and 30 businesses were destroyed by flooding. The flooding also caused multiple road closures and the city’s sewer system non-operational.

On Saturday, August 7, in partnership with Procter & Gamble and Cintas, our Disaster Response Team deployed with our customized panel trucks loaded with relief supplies. The team distributed approximately 150 personal care kits, 900 rolls of paper products, 600 detergent pods, 2,900 bottles of water, and more to a local distribution center and throughout areas impacted by the flooding. We are working with partners in the area to evaluate ongoing needs. This is Matthew 25’s second deployment in 2021 in response to severe flooding in Kentucky.


Donors who would like to designate their financial gifts for Kentucky Flood Relief may do so by writing “Kentucky Flood Relief” in the memo line of their check or by typing it in the “special purpose” field of our online giving form. Please mail checks to Matthew 25: Ministries, 11060 Kenwood Road, Cincinnati, OH 45242. 100% of donated funds designated for Kentucky Flood Relief will be used for the purpose intended.
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