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How You Can Help Kentucky Counties in Need Right Now

There are several ways you can help Kentucky communities in need right now.

Posted: Dec 12, 2021 3:31 PM
Updated: Dec 13, 2021 10:49 PM

There is now a hotline to use if you are looking for a missing a loved one in Hopkins County, KY.

Please call 270.825.5024.

Dawson Springs High School-set up a triage to help those injured; they're also keeping a running list of anyone that has checked in.

The American Red Cross shelter is set up at Madisonville First United Methodist Church (200 E. Center Street).

Displaced residents are being directed for shelter here.

There are also volunteer opportunities for working the shelter, as well as donations being accepted.

If you know a displaced family please direct them here.

 Affected people and families may pick up needed supplies such as clothes, baby items, car seats, diapers, formula, etc. at Oh Sew Sweet Boutique at 210 East Arch Street in Madisonville, Ky.

The Hopkins County KY Sheriff's Office is asking for donations to be brought at the following locations.

Manufacturer's Supply Co.
1200 Nebo Rd
Madisonville, KY
Clarks True Value
624 S. Main St
Madisonville, Ky

UPS (925 INDUSTRIAL ROAD, Madisonville,) will have a truck parked out front accepting donations and supplies.
Clark's True Value Madisonville KY

The Gift Horse will be collecting supplies to be dispersed. Drop off any day next week. Toiletries, coats, blankets, and basic necessities appreciated.

Dollar General (S. Main) is accepting donation of Water, food, clothing, diapers, wipes, toilet paper, hygiene, etc.

First United Methodist Church is accepting sheets, towels, pillows, prepackaged snacks and is in need of monetary donations
Lone Star Church in Madisonville is accepting donations.

Th Hopkins County Family YMCA is open for phone charging and showers.

The Salvation Army 100% disaster donations support disaster relief.

First Christian Church, Madisonville, Ky has a special offering that will go to assist families this holiday season. 

United Methodist Committee on Relief: to support UMCOR’s response to these storms and other disasters, give to UMCOR U.S. Disaster Response and Recovery.

Dave's Sticky Pig-first responders and utility workers receive a free combo meal.

Amazon wishlist made by Earlington Elementary School teachers.

Oh Sew Sweet Boutique at 210 E Arch Street in Madisonville has converted their entire store as a place for affected tornado victims to shop for free.

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It was an absolutely gorgeous day across the Tri-State; temperatures climbed back into the upper 40s low 50s area-wide earlier this afternoon. Evansville‘s afternoon high temperature of 49° was our warmest in nearly a week. As for the evening ahead, temperatures will be relatively stable as a breezy southerly wind continues to bolster the mercury throughout the region; temperatures around 42° at dinner time will only fall as low as 41° by midnight. An inbound cold front moving in overnight tonight and early tomorrow morning will begin to generate chances of rainfall as early as the predawn hours on Wednesday.
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