Badgers senior Chris Vogt starts GoFundMe for hometown, victims impacted by Friday's tornadoes
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MADISON, Wis. (CBS 58) -- A Wisconsin Badgers basketball player left it all on the court Saturday, Dec. 11, knowing that his hometown is hurting.
Wisconsin senior center Chris Vogt is from Mayfield, Kentucky, one of the towns severely impacted by widespread destruction from tornadoes that hit multiple states across the country on Friday, Dec. 10.
"His family was here and all of friends that he reached out to in Mayfield were safe," said Badgers Head Coach Greg Gard.
Vogt is now working to help his hometown and assist any tornado victims in his home community.
The Badgers star started a GoFundMe page to help raise money and provide aid, and support to those working to recover from the tornadoes in Mayfield.
Click the link HERE to find Vogt's GoFundMe and learn how you can help the impacted communities.