DANVILLE, Va. (WFXR) – God’s Pit Crew has committed themselves to respond to the catastrophic storm damage coming out of parts of Kentucky.

The organization says that they are deploying volunteers and tractor-trailer loads of supplies – including Blessing Buckets to Mayfield, Kentucky, the site of a damaging tornado that hit late Friday night and into Saturday morning.

God’s Pit Crew says they will begin heading down there on Monday morning to help survivors.

Volunteers will help cut trees, clear debris and tarp roofs.

Emergency supplies will also be handed out which includes Gatorade, ice, snacks, tarps and disinfecting wipes along with Blessing Buckets that are filled with food, personal and hygiene items and a Bible.

“We are heartbroken at the loss of life and the scale of the destruction following these terrible tornadoes. We hurt for those affected and are praying for them. We’re grateful to be able to provide supplies and teams of volunteers to help them and to provide hope in their time of desperate need.”

Randy Johnson, God’s Pit Crew Founder and President

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