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Hurricane Harvey Flood Damage

Give to These Local Organizations Working on the Ground After the Cameras Leave

Want to help Texans impacted by the devastation of Hurricane Harvey? Give to local organizations who will be working to support and rebuild impacted communities in the days, months, and years to come.

Ed. Note: This list is not exhaustive. You can submit suggested organizations and relief funds to info@progresstexas.org

City of Houston Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund: Established by Mayor Sylvester Turner and housed at the Greater Houston Community Foundation

Hurricane Harvey Community Relief Fund: Established by Workers Defense Project, Texas Organizing Project, and other Houston-based community organizations

LGBTQ Disaster Relief Fund: Established by Houston-based Montrose Center

Texas Workers Relief Fund: Established by AFL-CIO to aid working families in crisis

A Just Harvey Recovery: Resources compiled by a coalition of Gulf Coast justice-oriented, community organizations

The Way Home Houston: A coalition of direct-service, homeless community support organizations - contribute to partner organizations or coalition.

United Way of Houston Relief Fund: Funds immediate safety, shelter and basic needs and long-term recovery efforts - contribute online or text UWFLOOD to 41444

Local food banks:

Texas Diaper Bank: San Antonio-based organization providing diaper kits to children and families in need

Bread of Life Hurricane Relief Fund: Houston-based homeless community support organization

Avenue CDC: Houston-based affordable housing organization

SHAPE Community Center: Serves Houston African-American community

RAICES: Provides legal services to immigrant and refugee families in Central and South Texas

Lilith Fund Emergency Fund: Texas-based organization providing financial support to those who can't afford an abortion - access to abortion just got even more difficult for those affected by Harvey.