Amish-built storage sheds set stage for long-term tornado recovery work in Kentucky

Amish-built storage sheds set stage for long-term tornado recovery work in Kentucky

While The Fuller Center for Housing is finalizing plans for a long-term recovery partner in tornado-impacted communities of Kentucky, the Fuller Center Disaster ReBuilders have been on the ground evaluating needs and preparing to launch their own base of operations. One of the immediate needs they’ve learned about is the need for storage.

In this new video, the Disaster ReBuilders’ Heather Westcott explains how long-term recovery often begins with early steps that signal hope is on the way — a message that is getting out now as they distribute storage sheds made by Amish builders with the help of Operation Blessing:

 

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  • My name is Jessica. I have 3 very smart & beautiful children! We haven’t had things very easy here recently; things seem to kinda stay rocky… As in, it seems like it’s always 2 steps forward but 4 or 5 steps back.Anyeays, my whole way of thinking about things changed the day I met Bart! It may take a little time but my place was in pretty bad shape. But I have faith and I know that I can trust this man and Kate! && even tho I only known them for a short period of time they have made such an impact not only on me but my oldest daughter as well just because of who they are & what they do. There Amazing people & I am more than grateful I met them.

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  • I am needing storage and/ or a garage. Thank you for any consideration.

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