Ways to Donate Financially

The Greater Houston Community Foundation

Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner established a Harvey relief fund at The Greater Houston Community Foundation. This organization connects donors with a network of nonprofits and innovative solutions in the social sector You can also text “HARVEY2017 to 91999” to contribute to the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund

Address:

5120 Woodway Dr # 6000
Houston, TX 77056

Phone:
(713) 333-2200

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United Way of Greater Houston

United Way of Greater Houston has launched a relief fund for storm-related needs and recovery. The organization says it already maintains a disaster relief fund but anticipates the needs of Harvey will far exceed those existing resources.

Address:
50 Waugh Drive
Houston, Texas 77007

Phone:
(713) 333-2200

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Center for Disaster Philanthropy

Your donation will go to long-term rebuilding efforts across Southeast Texas.

Address:
1201 Connecticut Ave. NW, Suite 300
Washington, DC 20036

Phone:
(202) 595-1026

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Global Giving

This fund will provide relief to survivors in the form of emergency supplies like food, water, and medicine in addition to longer-term recovery assistance to help residents recover and rebuild. All donations to this fund will exclusively support relief and recovery efforts from this storm.

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Hurricane Harvey LGBTQ Disaster Relief Fund

This fund is Managed by the Montrose Center While the Montrose Center will focus primarily on empowering the LGBTQ community to rebuild after the devastating effects of Hurricane Harvey, they serve all people in need regardless of their sexuality.

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Ways to Volunteer

Baker Ripley Shelter @ NRG Center

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Email:
Lauren Duplessis

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Houston Food Bank

Accepting volunteers and monetary and supply donations

Address:
535 Portwall Street
Houston, Texas 77029

Phone:
713-223-3700

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Catholic Charities

In need of food pantry workers, event coordinators, life skill and language teachers, donation center and gift shop volunteers, pro bono attorneys, and program-specific internships; Also offers opportunity to host a drive

Address:
2900 Louisiana St
Houston, TX 77006

Phone:
(713) 526-4611

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Houston Immigration Legal Services Collaborative

Provides legal assistance to low-income immigrants; in need of volunteers and legal aid providers

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Texas Muck Map

Residents in need of mucking can request help, and volunteers can offer to help

Phone:
844-965-1386

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FEMA

Outline of the best ways to assist individuals and communities

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Houston Volunteer Lawyers

Legal aid for flood victims; offers free long-term legal aid through the pro bono program

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