The Mud Creek Office will close Oct. 31,
We have a new email address email@example.com please make a note of this change. I need mailing addresses for each of you who have helped in anyway with the work of EK-CORE. I will be sending you something in the mail. Just email me your complete name and mailing address, please include your telephone number. Thank you all for your help and may God bless you.
For more info see Flyer
We Need Your Help!
What is EK-CORE
East Kentucky Churches and Organizations Responding to Emergencies
(EK-CORE). The non-profit, tax-exempt group is seeking donations of money, building supplies
and volunteer labor to help restore homes damaged by the August 3, 2001 flash flooding.
UNITED WAY OF EASTERN KENTUCKY
KENTUCKY COUNCIL OF CHURCHES
KENTUCKY INTERCHURCH DISASTER RECOVERY PROGRAM
KENTUCKY INTERCHURCH DISASTER RECOVERY PROGRAM FLOOD REPORT
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Before and after photos of homes we have helped restore after the flooding.
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The owner of this home has not been able to get this site cleaned off. He needs a crew that can tare it down and haul it off. Several different agencies and organizations have been contacted with no one to help. He did receive help from FEMA and has gotten word from Wiley Shore's NC FRIENDS DISASTER Services, that they would provide the labor to rebuild this family a home.
Please contact Renee D. Thornsberry Disaster Relief Coordinator if you can help.
Phone (606) 452-2802 or (606) 587-2802
This family needs roofing and inside repairs. They received help from FEMA, and EK-CORE. But the extent of the cost of the needed repairs are more than the family has received. Pictures of the damage to the Fraley home. They were damaged in the Aug. 2001 and in March and May 2002 storms. The more it rains the more damage to the home.
Damages are from the August 2001 flash flood. This home needs roof repair, a door, flooring, siding replaced and underpinning. Also, after the repairs it will need to be painted. It has been over a year since the disaster and the mold has caused decaying of the home. The lady that owns the home is disable and needs volunteer labor. EK-CORE's unmet needs committee has approved her for the $500.00 Grant. Anyone interested in repairing this home please contact Renee D. Thornsberry here at the EK-CORE office. Our email address is firstname.lastname@example.org . Telephone: 606-452-2802 or 606-587-2802 please leave a message.
This home has been repaired. Thanks to the Maytown Methodist Church.
Pictures of a home that the floor joist were decaying and the water had ran off the hill with such a force that it moved the blocks off the foundation. A volunteer group from NC FRIENDS coordinator Wiley Shore, did the repairs to the walls and floors. The metal replaced outside on the back of the house was done by family members. United Way of Eastern Kentucky, FRIENDS, Catholic Charities and EK-CORE provided money for materials. Wiley Shore presents a Bible to the family.
Hamilton Home Before & After
Bentley Home BEFORE
Wiley Shore group FRIENDS NC Disaster Relief did a lot of work here. This family still needs work before they can return to their home. It has been over a year since the disaster
Notice the water level line on the door. I thought you could use this shot. This family needs inside repairs. He is in need of heating and cooling repairs (duct work) and electrical work.
Taylor Home BEFORE
FRIENDS disaster relief did the volunteer labor for this family. (Pike Co. residents)
This home was hit by the severe storms in August 2001. LINKS, St. Vincent Mission and St. Martha Catholic Church provided labor and Martin Church of Christ and EK-CORE provided materials.