After last night’s devastating storms, Convoy of Hope has relief supplies in transit to the disaster zone. Convoy of Hope is responding with relief supplies, including tarps, food, water, cleanup supplies, and other necessities.
Christian Radio stations can help by asking listeners to help. Radio Training Network The JOY FM/Florida and His Radio Network are among those asking for donations.
Convoy of Hope VP of Public Engagement Ethan Forhetz told HisAir, “Our hearts go out to those affected by this devastating tornado outbreak. Convoy of Hope is already on the ground with truckloads of relief supplies for hard hit parts of Kentucky. As Convoy delivers food, water, tarps and more, what we’re really giving is hope that tomorrow will be better than today.”
“This has been the most devastating tornado event in our state’s history,” Kentucky Governor Andrew Beshear told reporters on Saturday morning.
Officials have already confirmed at least 28 dead across Kentucky, Illinois, and Arkansas after the tornadic outbreak that occurred last night in the South and Midwest. Other reports indicated that debris from the storm may have blown more than 120 miles.
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