The Kentucky football team took Friday afternoon off from practice to lend a helping hand to the people still struggling with floods that have ravaged the eastern part of the Commonwealth.

Head coach Mark Stoops and the football team headed to Madison County in Kentucky to unpack thousands of boxes of supplies that were sent to the house of Father Jim Sichko, who has organized one of the major relief efforts in the area.

The players unloaded the boxes and packed them into moving trucks that will be delivering the supplies to areas in Eastern Kentucky.

The supplies were delivered to Sichko through an Amazon wish list that he shared on social media and it can be found here for those wishing to donate.