WHAT IS THE KENTUCKY BANKERS RELIEF FUND?
The Kentucky Bankers Relief Fund was established in 2005, in response to Hurricane Katrina, to help communities in need after natural disasters. Now, the Relief Fund is there for Kentucky communities when natural disasters hit the Commonwealth.
EASTERN KENTUCKY JULY 2022 FLOODING
We had barely learned the extent of the tornado damage to communities in Western Kentucky - now we are faced with yet another natural disaster to our neighbors in the eastern part of the state.
The extent of the damage won't be known for months, but now is the time to start gathering resources to help where we can. Your contributions make a difference.
We are accepting donations to the Kentucky Bankers Relief Fund to aid those impacted by the flooding. Every donation counts, no matter how large or small.
Donating to this fund will show your support for the communities in Kentucky, including its bank employees, who often are the ones who ignore their own needs to help their communities first.
Donate by ACH/Wire
Contact Katie Rajchel at the KBA to arrange. firstname.lastname@example.org
Donate by Check
Kentucky Bankers Relief Fund
600 W Main Street Suite 400
Louisville, KY 40202
DETAILS ABOUT THE RELIEF FUND
- Each dollar received will be used for direct assistance. No administration fees will be taken out by the KBA.
- The KBA will help to coordinate the assistance to banks impacted, starting with bank employees and their communities.
- The KBA will consult with and take direction from the banks in the impacted areas to make sure the funds are distributed effectively.
Thank you for your generosity.
WESTERN KENTUCKY DECEMBER 2021 TORNADO
In response to the December 2021 tornadoes that devastated parts of Western Kentucky, the Relief Fund helped banks and communities rebuild. It continues to help communities there; assistance is needed not only in the days and weeks after disasters, but months and years, long after the immediate needs are met.