Serving Throughout Kentucky
Kentucky Disaster Relief
Western KY Tornado Relief
Below is a list of resources and ways to support ongoing relief efforts:
Donate to Community Ventures Relief Efforts
Community Ventures will direct additional resources to these communities to help our neighbors rebuild homes and businesses as soon as possible. Those who wish to make an additional financial contribution to Community Ventures may do so by visiting our donation page.
Volunteer & Non-Financial Donation Opportunities
If you, your organization, or community seeks to donate time, equipment, or supplies please submit your information here.
You or those within your network or communities may donate blood through either the Kentucky Red Cross or the Kentucky Blood Center.
Kentuckians support Kentuckians.
Here’s how Community Ventures mobilized critical resources in the hours following the Western KY tornado tragedies.
- Call 800-621-3362; TTY: 800-462-7585
- Read Help After A Disaster
- Find out what to expect after applying
- Learn how FEMA inspects your property (FEMA’s primary form of damage assessment)
Small Business Administration Disaster Loan Program
- Learn more about the program
- Call 1-800-659-2955
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kentucky Housing Corporation Resources
- Visit KHC’s Resources for Kentuckians in Need page to learn more.
Resources for Affected Businesses and Chambers
If you know of businesses impacted by the storms, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s Community Resilience and Disaster Response program is available to help businesses prepare and recover from a disaster.
Disaster Help Desk for Business:
Businesses and chambers can call 1-888-My-Biz-Help (888-692-4943) for direct support from disaster recovery experts.
Resilience in a Box:
A resource guide based on best practices designed to help educate business leaders on disaster preparedness and business resilience.
Disaster Recovery Quick Guides:
Made possible by Shell, this guide has tailored tips for small businesses and chambers looking to prepare and recover.