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Chris Stapleton to Local Walmart Buys Supplies for Kentucky Flood Victims

Historic flood waters have claimed 37 lives and counting. Hundreds of Kentuckians are still unaccount for. Thousands and thousands of people are without shelter, electricity, food. Basic necessities like soap and toothpaste.

Roadways and infrastructure, and even cell service shut down

The houses have destroyed. Roadways and infrastructure, and even cell service, have shut down. According to the Courier Journal, President Joe Biden made a major disaster declaration to send emergency federal funds for relief efforts in Breitit, Clay, Floyd, Johnson, Knott, Leslie, Letcher, Magoffin, Martin, Owsley, Perry, Pike and Wolfe counties. has approved.

It is just a horrible sight and more rain is expected today and tomorrow. There will be a lot of rain throughout the week. We donated some rubber boots to Eastern Kentucky native Tyler Childers. Saw and started working with recovery efforts. But he is not alone.

Another boy from Kentucky is also engaged.

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Staffordsville native Chris Stapleton was spott at a local Walmart buying supplies for flood victims. His charity, Outlaw State of Kind, has also pledged to donate money to the Kentucky Red Cross, as well as the Appalachia Crisis Fund.

Outlaw State of Kind is the charitable fund of Chris and Morgan Stapleton. One who supports various causes which are close to his heart. The Outlaw State of Kind Fund was established in 2016 and is administered by the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee.

Red Cross and Appalachia Crisis Fund

“Our hearts are with all those affected by the devastating floods in Eastern Kentucky and throughout the region. The Outlaw State of Kind Hometown Fund is donating funds to the Kentucky Red Cross and Appalachia Crisis Fund to assist those in need.

We will share links to additional resources and information. Will say if you are able. So please consider donating to support recovery efforts.”

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