Country music star and Kentucky native Chris Stapleton was recently seen helping out with the flood relief efforts that have devastated the eastern portion of the state.
Images circulating on social media showed Stapleton assisting with the recovery effort by purchasing supplies for flood victims at a Walmart in Prestonburg.
He was also seen helping a family move furniture from their home in Knot County, WKYT reported.
Through his charity “Outlaw State of Kind,” which he founded with his wife, Stapleton announced over the weekend that he is donating to the Kentucky Red Cross and the Appalachia Crisis Fund.
“Our hearts are with Eastern Kentucky & everyone who has been affected by the devastating floods throughout the region.” the Tennessee Whiskey singer tweeted on Saturday.
The eastern Kentucky flooding has ravaged communities across the region, leaving thousands of families displaced from their homes and without power or clean drinking water.
Some areas of the state saw ten and a half inches of rain within a 48-hour period last week.
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