Graves County tornado: How to help

We now have more information on how you can help the victims of the tornado that ripped through Graves County Tuesday afternoon.

Those who want to make tangible donations such as food, clothes, blankets, etc., can drop off those donations at the Julian Carroll Expo Center located at the Mayfield-Graves County Fairgrounds. The fairgrounds are located on KY 121 at North 17th Street. Donations will be taken until 7:00 p.m.

Monetary donations will be accepted by His House Ministries. You can donate money by:

Mail:
Mayfield Tornado Relief Fund
C/O: His House Ministries
1250 State Route 303
Mayfield, KY 42066

Phone:
(270) 247-7772

Online:
https://hishouse.churchcenteronline.com/giving/to/tornado-relief

Volunteers looking to help with clean up should also call His House Ministries at (270) 247-7772. 

If you are needing help, you can also call that number and ask for Pastor Tony Adams. He will be taking calls for people needing help.

If you’ve been affected by the tornado, the Graves County Emergency director is asking you to email damage amounts to them at gclepc@gmail.com. The amount of damage can help determine whether the county will qualify for federal aid later on.

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