Chris Stapleton Steps in to Help Victims of Eastern Kentucky Flood

Chris Stapleton is stepping up to help the victims of devastating flooding in Kentucky.

The country singer, who grew up in Eastern Kentucky, is teaming up with Kentucky Red Cross and Appalachia Crisis Fund to help get people the resources and assistance they need.

Chris said in a statement, “Our hearts are with Eastern Kentucky & everyone who has been affected by the devastating floods throughout the region. The Outlaw State of Kind Hometown Fund is donating funds to the Kentucky Red Cross and Appalachia Crisis Fund to aid those in need.”

Outlaw State of Kind is Chris and Morgane Stapleton’s charitable fund that supports a variety of causes that are close to their heart.  The Outlaw State of Kind Fund was founded in 2016 and is administered by the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee.

This isn’t the first time Chris has stepped in to help his home state. In April, he headlined and produced “A Concert for Kentucky,” which featured performances from Willie Nelson and Sheryl Crow.

The show raised over $1 million toward the Outlaw State of Kind Hometown Fund.