Photo Credit: Knott County Schools (Kentucky)

In the wake of a devastating flood pattern that has left more than 35 people dead and hundreds of others unaccounted for in eastern Kentucky, Chris Stapleton quietly made his way to the hardest-hit counties to help in relief efforts for his home state.

Stapleton was spotted in a Prestonburg, Ky., Walmart purchasing supplies for those affected by the floods, and another photo shows him posing with two other men during cleanup efforts in Knott County.

Stapleton routinely uses his musical talents and platform to raise money for his home state. In April, he helmed “A Concert for Kentucky,” an event that featured the likes of Sheryl Crow and Willie Nelson and Family. That event, which took place at the University of Kentucky’s Kroger Field, raised $1 million for his Outlaw State of Kind Hometown Fund. The Hometown Fund distributes money to a variety of different Kentucky-based causes

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