Kentucky REALTORS® is proud to be working with the REALTOR® Relief Fund at the National Association of REALTORS® to make $1.5 million in Disaster Relief Assistance available to residents of Kentucky that were affected by the storms/tornadoes in December 2021. 

Please fill out the relief application form and return it (along with the requested documents) to Kentucky REALTORS® ( to be considered for assistance. The recipient must be a full-time KY resident and U.S. citizen or legally admitted for residence in the United States.

Assistance is available to qualified applicants towards one of the following options:

1) Monthly mortgage expense for the primary residence that was damaged by the Disaster or;

2) Rental cost due to displacement from the primary residence resulting from the Disaster.

Relief assistance is limited to a maximum of $3,000 per household. Further details are available on the application itself which can be downloaded at the link below. Any inquires may be addressed to Kentucky REALTORS® at 859-263-7377 or by email at

Please note this assistance is for housing relief only; other expenses including second mortgages, vehicle purchase, rental, repair, and or mileage are ineligible for reimbursement under this program.

Download the Relief Application Here




Kentucky REALTORS® Disaster Relief Fund

At this time, we are asking any individuals or organizations who wish to contribute to Kentucky REALTORS® Disaster Relief to direct funds to the REALTOR® Community Housing Foundation created by the Lexington-Bluegrass Association of REALTORS®. This foundation will manage the funds while a foundation is developed within KYR to collect and manage the contributions. All checks should mention "Kentucky REALTORS® Disaster Relief" in the memo line, or you can verbally mention it if donating by phone. 

RCHF at 859.276.2693. 

RCHF by mail:

RCHF - 2250 Regency Road, Lexington, 40503  (Just note on the check it is for Tornado Relief)


How to Help Individual Communities


Important Resources for Those Impacted