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• Richard Lackey, the founder of Global Food Exchange and the World Food Bank, is providing assistance to the hardest-hit regions in the wake of the flooding in Kentucky. Godfrey Trucking offered to ship 80,000 food supplies from the WFB food storage facility in Spanish Fork to Whitesburg, Kentucky, as a show of support. Send Relief, a partner of WFB, will use the supplies once they get to Kentucky to make nourishing meals. They use 20- and 40-foot mobile kitchens to make food in parking lots and churches before bringing it to remote locations. The Global Food Exchange and World Food Bank are working to combat global food insecurity. Their dried food products are kept in stock at strategic locations around the globe and can be purchased when and where food is required.