Kentucky Farm Bureau has reached out to Farm Bureaus across the country regarding relief efforts for the families and communities who experienced such great losses due to widespread devastation as a result of the tornadoes last weekend.

“As you all know, the heartbreaking devastation from this past weekend’s tornado outbreak is overwhelming for so many families and communities throughout the Commonwealth,” read a letter from Kentucky Farm Bureau Executive Vice President Drew Graham. “Never have so many Kentuckians experienced such monumental loss. Many lost everything.”

Graham wrote that when calamity strikes, Farm Bureau members always come together to help others in need, and we know many of you have already begun this process in your counties.

“While the needs are admittedly great, in true Farm Bureau fashion our willingness to help our neighbors is even greater. So many of you have already reached out asking how you can help,” wrote Graham. “As such, we are organizing a way for the strength of Kentucky Farm Bureau’s generosity to unite under one banner to make a concentrated, positive impact in our hurting communities. We invite you to join us in this effort.”

KFB for Kentucky Relief Fund

Kentucky Farm Bureau has just launched its KFB for Kentucky Relief Fund to aid the families and communities beginning the long process of rebuilding after these historic events. This special account has been established to give members a trusted way to financially support those in need through the coming weeks and months of disaster recovery.

To make a tax-deductible donation to this relief fund, please visit their GoFundMe page, or send contributions to:

Drew Graham, Executive Vice President
Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation
9201 Bunsen Parkway
Louisville, KY 40220

Kentucky Farm Bureau Relief FundPlease make checks payable to “Kentucky Farm Bureau Education Foundation” and denote “KFB for Kentucky Relief Fund” on the memo line.

Please join us in lifting up prayers for all those affected by this catastrophic storm, and let’s leverage the collective strength of Farm Bureau to do all we can to help these communities build back stronger than ever before.

Feature photo credit: James Hunt

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