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How You Can Help Victims Of Hurricane Harvey & Irma

August 30, 2017

There are plenty of ways you can lend a helping hand to those affected by Hurricane Harvey in Texas. 

Here are some of them:

American Red Cross - You can make a donation at redcross.org, by calling 1-800-HELP-NOW, or by texting the word HARVEY to 90999 to make a $10 donation.

Americares - You can give a donation at Americares.org.

The Salvation Army - You can donate online here or call 1-800-SAL-ARMY.

The Texas Diaper Bank - San Antonio is looking for people to donate diapers and baby wipes to help infants and toddlers in need 

Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund - Established by Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner, the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund accepts tax deductible flood relief donations.

United Way of Greater Houston - Accepting online donations or text UWFLOOD to 41444.

Houston Food Bank - Make an online donation.

Food Bank of Corpus Christi - Online donations are being accepted here.

Carter BloodCare - To make a donation, call 877-571-1000 or text DONATE4LIFE to 444-999

Donate to the Houston Humane Society or the San Antonio Humane Society to aid animals affected by Hurricane Harvey.

The Harricane Harvey LGBTQ DIsaster Relief Fund - The Houston LGBTQ community is accepting donations to help individuals and families rebuild their lives through counseling, case management, direct assistance with shelf stable food, furniture, housing and more.

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Hurricane Irma is one of the most powerful storms ever recorded over the Atlantic Ocean!

There are also plenty of ways you can lend a helping hand to those affected by Hurricane Irma in Florida. 

Here are some of them:

United Way of Miami-Dade: One of the major local nonprofits that will be working on Irma recovery. You can give here.

Brigid’s Crossing Foundation: An animal shelter in Naples, Florida. You can give here.

Unicef: An organization that puts children first in emergencies, they are committed to addressing the needs of the most vulnerable kids in the world. In response to Hurricane Irma, UNICEF will help ensure that affected children and families can get clean water, that there are safe spaces for children, that education and health services can continue, and that basic humanitarian supplies are distributed. You can give here