Kentucky men’s basketball players and coaches have reached out to people across the state in the wake of severe weather incidents in recent months. Now they’re doing it one more time to benefit flood relief efforts in Eastern Kentucky.

The Wildcats on Sunday announced that they would hold an open practice in Rupp Arena, and a telethon to support efforts to help those in need following significant flooding in the Bluegrass State.

The players said fans will get to see a sneak peek of the team on the court before it heads to the Bahamas, and that doors will open at 5 p.m. on Tuesday. More details about the event are expected soon.

The Associated Press reported that at least 25 have people died, including 4 children, in the flooding, Kentucky’s governor said Saturday.

“We continue to pray for the families that have suffered an unfathomable loss,” Gov. Andy Beshear said. ”Some having lost almost everyone in their household.”

Beshear said the number would likely rise significantly and it could take weeks to find all the victims of the record flash flooding. Crews have made more than 1,200 rescues from helicopters and boats, the governor said.