Kentucky Needs Your Help Today

I am writing today to ask for your support, compassion, and help for the thousands of Kentuckians who find themselves faced with destruction and suffering on an unimaginable scale. 

Last night was one of the deadliest nights in Kentucky history. A string of storms swept through the American heartland creating dozens of separate tornadoes. One of the tornadoes tore through a 200 mile stretch across four states, from Arkansas to Kentucky. Mayfield, in western Kentucky, was devastated; dozens are believed to be dead.

We will learn the full extent of the damage and loss in the coming days. But, right now, the people of Kentucky and surrounding regions are suffering. 

As you know, Kentucky is my home. While I am safe from the events of last night, I feel each Kentuckian’s loss personally and am committed to doing what I can to ease their suffering and raise funds to rebuild from this devastating night.

If you are in a position to help, I am directing everyone to the critical work of The American Red Cross in Kentucky.

Kentucky needs your help today. I cannot thank you enough for doing what you can.


Nate Morris
Founder & CEO

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