Kentucky Flood Updates
Do know of any horse owners directly affected by the flooding in Eastern Kentucky? Please let us know what they need! Email us at email@example.com or call 859-367-0509.
Kentucky Department of Agriculture Creates Resource List for Disaster Relief
The Kentucky Department of Agriculture has launched a resource page on their website for farm families affected by the July flooding in Eastern Kentucky. Through this page, ag producers can find the help they need while they work to recover what was lost, including:
FLOOD UPDATE 8.4.2022
At this time, horse owners are not asking for anything other than smaller loads of small square-bale hay as they have minimal places to store it. Many horse owners are in areas that are still impassible, so hay is literally being driven as close as possible and walked or floated across the water to get to where it’s needed.
Do you have small square bale to donate? Do you know of a horse owner in need? Please email the KHC office at firstname.lastname@example.org We are compiling a list of resources and will work to arrange delivery to flood-affected counties as needed.
The Kentucky Horse Council is not headquartered in the counties affected by the flooding; as such, we feel strongly that horse lovers should donate to entities that are in the area and able to ensure the funds get into the hands of those most in need. Please consider donating to any of these wonderful organizations listed below, who have people literally working day and night to help as many as they can. The KHC is honored to help in any way we can. Have an idea of how else we can assist? Please reach out.
Horses: Appalachian Horse Project This Facebook page also disseminates information on hay delivery locations as well as stall and paddock availability for horses in need.
Dogs, cats, small animals and companion animals:
People: Aspire Appalachia, including updated necessities and drop-off locations: In addition to monetary donations, they have an Amazon Wish List that includes their most-needed items
Cleaning supplies and non-perishable food and water: The Appalachian Regional Healthcare Foundation Flood Relief Fund arh.org/floods
Team Eastern Kentucky Flood Relief: https://secure.kentucky.gov/FormSe.../Finance/EKYFloodRelief
Removal for debris and other clean-up efforts: teamrubiconusa.org to volunteer or donate
Additional resources, including reporting for agricultural producers, federal program availability, mental health resources and more from the Kentucky Department of Agriculture
Questions? Email email@example.com
Specific donations are currently being accepted for flood victims in Eastern Kentucky at the Kentucky Department of Agriculture.
WHEN: Collections will be taken from 8 AM to 4:30 PM Monday through Friday until August 5
WHERE: The Kentucky Department of Agriculture, 105 Corporate Drive, Suite A, Frankfort, KY, 40601
QUESTIONS? Call the KDA office at 502-573-0282