Families in Kentucky Effected by Flooding Receive Help

Iowa West branch heard about Queen of All Saints Catholic Church in Beattyville, KY being flooded with 5 feet of water in their church and warehouse last February. They have a community outreach program and have not been able to help others and FEMA is not going to help flooded families. God’s timing is amazing, Iowa West volunteers received new socks and underwear from an LWML rally which will be sent to the church. When the church establishes a new storage building then more needed items will be shipped. Thank you LWML and Iowa West volunteers and donors. Please pray for the families in Kentucky affected by the devastating floods

Categories: Domestic Aid, Floods

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