Pittsburgh Responds To Flood In Kentucky

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Brother’s Brother Foundation is responding to the devastating floods that have impacted Eastern Kentucky by providing God’s Pantry foodbank with an initial $10,000 grant to assist communities in immediate need. The Foodbank is working with Feeding America, Feeding Kentucky, and other disaster response agencies to address the needs of affected community members and assist with recovery efforts. BBF will also support shipments of food and supplies from Pittsburgh and further expand our response as needed.

In our ongoing response to the tornadoes that impacted large portions of Kentucky last December, BBF’s is providing Kentucky Cares, a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC), with a mobile clinic to visit patients in outlying areas. Such clinics can be effectively utilized in emergency situations also.

100% of funds received for BBF’s response will be used to support emergency relief and logistics . Credit card donations can be made on our website at www.brothersbrother.org by choosing Kentucky Response in the dropdown menu. Checks should be made payable to Brother's Brother Foundation and sent to the address below. Please note Kentucky Response in the memo field.

Brother's Brother Foundation
P.O. Box 645934 Pittsburgh, PA 15264-5257

Thank you for your consideration and support.

For additional information, please contact Ozzy Samad, BBF President at 412-725-7560 or Liam Carstens, VP of Programs at (412)237-2325.

For other media inquiries, please contact Laura Kelly, VP of Communications & Development at 703-865-9001.

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Brother’s Brother Foundation is responding to the devastating floods that have impacted Eastern Kentucky by providing God’s Pantry foodbank with an initial $10,000 grant to assist communities in immediate need. The Foodbank is working with Feeding America, Feeding Kentucky, and other disaster response agencies to address the needs of affected community members and assist with recovery efforts. BBF will also support shipments of food and supplies from Pittsburgh and further expand our response as needed.

In our ongoing response to the tornadoes that impacted large portions of Kentucky last December, BBF’s is providing Kentucky Cares, a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC), with a mobile clinic to visit patients in outlying areas. Such clinics can be effectively utilized in emergency situations also.

100% of funds received for BBF’s response will be used to support emergency relief and logistics . Credit card donations can be made on our website at www.brothersbrother.org by choosing Kentucky Response in the dropdown menu. Checks should be made payable to Brother's Brother Foundation and sent to the address below. Please note Kentucky Response in the memo field.

Brother's Brother Foundation
P.O. Box 645934 Pittsburgh, PA 15264-5257

Thank you for your consideration and support.

For additional information, please contact Ozzy Samad, BBF President at 412-725-7560 or Liam Carstens, VP of Programs at (412)237-2325.

For other media inquiries, please contact Laura Kelly, VP of Communications & Development at 703-865-9001.

Archives