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FRANKFORT, Ky. – As eastern Kentucky recovers from the devastating floods that swept through the region, many people wonder how they can help.

If you would like to help the victims of the Kentucky floods, here are some ways you can donate money, supplies or your time.

Appalachian Regional Healthcare Foundation Flood Relief Fund

The Appalachian Regional Healthcare Foundation has set up a PayPal donation site to help provide for flood victims with generators, transportation, food, water and access to health care and medicine.

Eastern Kentucky Flood Crisis Fund

The Eastern Kentucky Flood Crisis Fund, hosted by Save the Children, allows those who want to donate to help provide children with water, hygiene kits, diapers and other lifesaving supplies.

Foundation for Appalachian Kentucky

This nonprofit in Hazard, Kentucky has set up the “Appalachian Crisis Aid” donation page asking for monetary donations to help flood victims.

Kentucky Department of Agriculture

The Kentucky Commissioner of Agriculture, Dr. Ryan Quarles, is requesting donations including bottled water, toiletries and non-perishable items on the state’s website. Here’s how to donate these items.

Team Eastern Kentucky Flood Relief Fund

Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear established the relief fund to assist those impacted by the floods. Donate by mail or online here.

The American Red Cross in Kentucky

The Kentucky chapter of the American Red Cross has set up a donation site that allows you to donate money and provides blood drive locations and classes to learn lifesaving skills.

Remember, donations of supplies such as clothes, toiletries and non-perishable food items can always be made to local shelters or churches. These donations typically go to those in need.