Office of Community Engagement
Our families, friends and neighbors in eastern Kentucky need our help. The recent devastating floods have caused significant loss of life and have left many people without homes and without food, water, clothing and other basic necessities.
UofL is coordinating several efforts to aid the residents of eastern Kentucky, and we’re asking our Cardinal family to help. The efforts include:
Monetary donations can be sent to the Team Eastern Kentucky Flood Relief Fund. Donations also can be made to the Student Emergency Fund to aid UofL students who are affected by the flooding.
More than 170 UofL students hail from counties severely impacted by the flooding. UofL is making counseling services, emergency housing and other assistance available to these students and their families. Students should contact the Dean of Students Office at (502) 852-5787 or email@example.com for support. Students who call over the weekend or after hours should call the UofL Police Department at 502-852-6111, and you will be connected to an on-call staff member.
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