LONDON, Ky. (FOX 56) – The number “606” might just be an area code for some, but for Kentucky women’s basketball players Blair Green, Emma King, Cassidy Rowe and Maci Morris it’s part of their hometown pride.

The eastern Kentucky-natives hosted the 606 Girls Basketball Camp in London to help those in need following the disastrous flooding, with money collected going straight to the Kentucky Flood Relief Fund.

“We wanted to bring back the 606 girls to be a part of this and not only raise money but give hope to some kids and put a smile on their face through this hard time so I think that’s all that matters,” Green said.

Green and King’s families’ homes were luckily not impacted by the flooding, but Rowe’s family is still left without air conditioning in her home.

They had the opportunity to go back home and help their families and their hometowns, but putting this camp together with her teammates by her side meant the world.

“This means a lot having this, kids come out and support such a great cause and getting to work with these kids really warms my heart,” Rowe said.

The 606 Camp is for girls in grades K-8, which costed $40 and $60 for two girls. Campers also received a 606 Strong T-Shirt.