Furniture Delivered to Help Many Still Struggling Months After Tornado

Indiana Branch volunteers delivered another load of furniture, household supplies and clothing to House of I AM in Madisonville, KY. These loads are for families able to move into temporary mobile homes after their homes were destroyed by the mid-December tornadoes. Since there is a shortage of contractor and labor it will be at least another 4-5 months before their permanent homes are rebuilt. Please remember these families and workers in your prayers.

Categories: Disaster Relief

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