If you are interested in volunteering in response to the most recent disaster please check out our Disaster Responses pages with up to date information on how to volunteer locally or look to see if there is an active Long Term Recovery Group in your area.
Contact us to get connected with a trusted Kentucky VOAD member.
Just a friendly reminder to please BE PATIENT. You will be contacted once we have had an opportunity to assess the damage and identify unmet needs.
Seeing images of disaster may compel you to head to the impacted area. Don’t underestimate the complexity of working in a disaster area. Until a need has been identified and the local community impacted has requested support, volunteers should not enter.
- Be sure to contact us before coming to the disaster area.
- Wait until it is safe to travel to volunteer sites and opportunities have been identified.
- Once assigned a position, make sure you have been given an assignment and are wearing proper safety gear for the task.
Be patient. Recovery lasts a lot longer than the media attention. There will be volunteer needs for many months, often years, after the disaster, especially when the community enters the long-term recovery period. Continue checking back here for updates on potential volunteer opportunities.