Dec 20, 2021
Susan is no stranger to the devastation of tornadoes so when tornadoes deeply wounded familiar territory, it was time to state the obvious: it is going to take a lot of resources to help those affected recover and we have to step up and help wherever we can.
"Kentucky is ranked fourth in the 2021 poverty levels at 16.67%"
"Dental and medical care is more often paid for out of an already strained and shallow pocket."
"The one thing I knew to be absolutely true this past weekend is that the Salvation Army were boots on the ground almost immediately following the tornado's destruction."
"We were standing in the freezing weather but all I felt was a warm heart."
"Often it is not the one being given to that is blessed the most but the giver themselves."
"To whom much is given, much will be required."
Links & Resources
Salvation Army https://disaster.salvationarmyusa.org/
Teamwkyrelieffund.ky.gov. To mail in a donation, send check to Public Protection Cabinet, 500 Mero Street, 218 NC, Frankfort, KY 40601, with a note “Team Western Kentucky Tornado Relief Fund"
Kentucky State Police - those who want to volunteer to call 270-331-1979
Contact Andy Kasitz of Kentucky State Parks at 502-418-3581 or email@example.com. The state parks are also accepting donations.
Susan’s Website: https://SusanGunnSolutions.com (sign up for the newsletter)
SGS Phone: 888-994-3167
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