Coming Together to Help Eastern KY Flood Victims
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Coming Together to Help Eastern KY Flood Victims

Coming Together to Help Eastern KY Flood Victims

UPF, with the tremendous help of Greater Good Charities, was able to deliver six tons of valuable and much needed dog and cat food and supplies to the flood victims of Eastern Kentucky. Thanks to the generous help of a handful of volunteers, supplies was unloaded at a central warehouse in Hazard, KY. Tony and Beth Vaughn, who run Mountain View Wildlife Rehabilitation, were able to utilize their connections and arrange the distribution of all resources to the four hardest hit counties surrounding Hazard. This was an amazing team effort and we are extremely grateful for everyone who donated their time and resources to help this hurting region.

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