3 ways to help tornado victims now

On Friday, December 10th multiple tornadoes touched down in western Kentucky. Most of the damage was caused by a tornado that stayed on the ground for 227 miles, with the worst destruction in Mayfield and Bowling Green. 

At least 74 people lost their lives. Others sustained serious injuries, and more than 100 people are still missing. Additionally, thousands of homes and businesses were destroyed. 

Our team at NCF Kentucky is working directly with ministries on the ground. They’ve opened the Western Kentucky Tornado Relief Fund to help victims of the tornadoes rebuild.

Here’s how you can help

  • If you have an NCF Giving Fund: You can make a fund-to-fund transfer by logging into your Giving Fund, selecting “Transfer” from the blue bar at the top of the page. Be sure to include the fund name: Western Kentucky Tornado Relief Fund, and include the fund number #3985276.
  • If you don’t have a Giving FundYou can set one up in just a few minutes or give directly to the Western Kentucky Tornado Relief Fund.
  • If you prefer to mail your gift, you may send it to:
    NCF Kentucky
    P.O. Box 175
    Lexington, KY 40588
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