Winter storms recovery from TX to KY

From replacing burst pipes and restocking food pantries in Texas to restoring people to safe homes in Kentucky, UCC Disaster Ministries is supporting immediate response and long-term recovery from Winter Storms that impacted states from Texas to the Carolinas.

Volunteers gut out flood-damaged walls and floors in a Johnson County, Ky., home. Ice storms and flooding destroyed 264 homes and badly damaged 741 more in Kentucky. Photo by Kristina Rowles, Regional Coordinator, Appalachia Service

These are just some of the ways UCC Disaster Ministries is and will be responding to needs across the storms-affected states. UCC Disaster Ministries, conferences and congregations are working together to identify recovery needs in Tennessee, Kentucky and Texas for longer-term repairs and rebuilding.

Support this work! Donate by April 30 to the UCC’s Winter Storm Recovery Appeal and have your contribution matched by the Retirement Housing Foundation (up to $50,000).

Categories: Disaster Updates

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