The Way Community Center in Kentucky Appreciative of Goods Delivered

Norfolk warehouse volunteers loaded a 53’ trailer filled with furniture, household items, food and other goods for tornado victims in Wingo, KY. The Way Community Center continues to help families whose homes were destroyed in the mid-December tornadoes. Many of the families are grateful to now have mobile homes to move into from living in hotels or with other families. They are still waiting for their permanent homes to be built. Please continue to pray for these children and families still living in uncertainty. Praise be to God!

Categories: Disaster Relief

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