ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, Ky. (FOX 56) – The Christian Appalachian Project is handing out much-needed items to flood victims in Rockcastle County.
The distribution event started at 9 o’clock Thursday morning and runs until 3 p.m.
Officials from the Christian Appalachian Project say they’re handing out things like household and furniture items, cleaning supplies, paper goods, and other essential items that people might need.
We remember those storms back at the end of February and the floods that followed. Many in the area had their homes and businesses damaged and they’re still trying to recover.
FEMA did allocate money to help in the recovery, so FEMA representatives will also be on-site if you haven’t been able to sign up for assistance.
If you are someone who needs help from FEMA, you can visit disasterassistance.gov.