EMAIL CENTEX RELIEF EFFORT INFO TO: email@example.com
The Red Cross is greatly in need of volunteers to help with warehousing, shelter management, supply distribution and administrative support. Those interested in volunteering can register at redcross.org/volunteer. Donate: The Red Cross depends on financial donations to be able to provide disaster relief immediately. Help people affected by Hurricane Harvey by visiting redcross.org, calling 1-800-RED CROSS or texting the word HARVEY to 90999 to make a $10 donation.
KCEN TV TEXAS Cares Water Drive - Donate to help Hurricane Harvey victims: We will be accepting donations at our studio in Temple. Water donations will also be accepted at KAGS studios in Bryan-College Station. KCEN 215 N 3rd Street Temple, TX 76501, KAGS 2800 Texas Ave S Bryan, TX, 77802 | Donations will be accepted daily from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. DONATE MONETARILY ONLINE HERE.
Re/Max Temple-Belton is accepting donations, specifically clothing and basic first aid supplies, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. from Monday through Friday.
The Point Fellowship is accepting any donations to bring to the Bell County Expo Center. Members are collecting baby formula, diapers, wipes, toothbrushes, toothpaste, deodorant, combs/brushes, soap, shampoo, socks, pillows, blankets, clothes and shoes.
Animal Hospital of Waco is accepting donations of dog and cat food, crates, food bowls, leashes, and just about anything pet related. For more info please don’t hesitate to call the clinic 254-753-0101. The supplies will be headed to the San Antonio staging area and then distributed to those in need.
Simply Delicious Bakery: Donations to be accepted at Hobbs Bonded Fibers shipping department in Waco b y Simply Delicious @ 200 S. Commerce in Waco, TX. You can drop off diapers, hygiene supplies, food, water, baby food, etc. and a truck will take it to the Houston area.
Planet Fitness Waco - Bring in your gently used clothing to donate to our fellow Texans impacted by Hurricane Harvey. Drop off your clean clothes at your local Planet Fitness on Valley Mills: Clothing for all ages, shoes, bags, blankets
Bubba's 33 is accepting any donations, whether they be clothing or non perishable food donations, to bring down to areas in Texas most affected by Hurricane Harvey.
Girling Healthcare is collecting items for storm victims at their Waco location to deliver to the coastal area as soon as possible. Dried fruit, peanut butter and jelly, coffee, tea, soft drinks and pet foods. Ready-to-eat canned meats, fruits and vegetables. Canned juices, milk, soup, Water Staples – sugar, salt, pepper in water proof containers. Toilet paper, paper plate, flat ware, paper towels, cups, diapers, wipes, formula, clothing. For after-hours drop off call Jesse Howard at (254) 498-7234 | Girling Healthcare: 8300 Central Park Dr. Waco, TX (254) 751-0200
P&P Surplus in Bellmead off Highway 84 will load a truck and deliver donated cleaning supplies, hygiene products, pet food and any other desperately-needed supplies to those impacted by Hurricane Harvey. We are taking a semi to Houston Saturday September 9th and are taking donations at our business Call 254-799-9656 Mon-Fri 9-5:30 Sat 9-3:30 Water Pet food and supplies Diapers/wipes Toilet paper Paper towels Household cleaning Non-Perishable food items Hygiene products. No money or clothes are accepted at this location
President of the Waco Aviation Alliance Jim Allmon will fly a Cessna Caravan and buy as much as the following supplies and equipment as he can with AeroBridge, an organization that coordinates relief efforts in disasters like Harvey. They need: Sledgehammers - large and small - I need several. Power tools like Sawzalls, chain saws (small and large), hand saws to cut through sheet rock. Extra chainsaw chains and saw blades. Chain oil, fuel mixture oil - no gasoline. They have plenty of gas. Mosquito spray - cases and cases of it. Zika and West Nile will be a very real danger in the flooded areas and the mosquitoes are already thick. Some collapsible ladders that extend to 20' Sun screen - cases of it. Fire ant pesticide - spray and powder. Tarps, ropes Heavy gloves - small, medium, large and extra large. Rubber gloves - heavy duty long gloves for handling feces covered refugees - surgeon type gloves as well. Dust masks - lots of them. Hip waders - all sizes School supplies - lots of it. All the hand tools you can get from pawn shops etc are fine, power tools need to make sure they work so prefer new but will take whatever you can get. If you don't live in Waco and want to help - knowing this stuff is going direct to the men and women doing the work and not some agency, then send a check for whatever you can and he will purchase more as the requests come in. If you want the tax deduction, you will need to make the check out to AeroBridge money and use it as needed. They are a good group. If you can help, please purchase as much as you can afford and deliver to Jim's office at 7601 Karl May Drive, Waco, TX 76708, located at Waco Regional Airport. the number there is 254-755-6711. Linda Hill is coordinating the donations.
Highland Baptist in Waco is also taking donations for a truck. (http://hbcwaco.org/)
ARMADILLO PRINTS AND GLITZY ARMADILLO in McGregor: Hurricane Harvey donations are being accepted @ Armadillo Prints 318 S Main St in McGregor, Texas - these will be going to Belton to help evacuees there. ALSO - Armadillo Prints located in downtown McGregor will be selling t-shirts to show support for those affected by Hurricane Harvey and will be donating a portion of the proceeds. YS-AXL are $10 ea and 2X-6X are $12 ea. SEE SHIRT ON FACEBOOK HERE
Johnson Roofing will deliver the donations to wherever there are victims in need, including those who are seeking shelter locally. Fill the JOHNSON ROOFING Trailers located at: Appaloosa Trading Post/Rodeo Pawn - 3101 Robinson Dr M-SAT 9a-5p. NEW Items Only:Bottled WaterDiapersWipesNon-Perishable Food and SnacksBlanketsPillows Cots – Blow Up MattressesUndergarments-Socks - Toiletry Packages– Please Place One of Each Below in Baggies:Toothbrush/ToothpasteBody -WashShampoo/Conditioner Shave Cream/Razor *Please No Clothes – No Monetary Donations
Bethany Baptist Church located at 5122 Old Bethany Road, Eddy, Tx is accepting Donations for Hurricane Harvey Victims. The next 3 weeks on Saturday, Sunday, and Monday evenings from 5pm to 7pm. We will accept all sizes of clothing, bedding, pillows, toiletries, etc. These items will be distributed to local shelters and the communities in South Texas that are still needing items. Many of the places are saturated will donations already so we are seeking to reach out to the communities that are still needing aid. If you will please call anyone of the following numbers if you know of needs that are not being met, we who are volunteering at the church would love to have that information. Most of all please continue to pray for everyone involved! Contact names and numbers follow: Grady Ary: 254-315-3154, Brenda Ary: 254-315-3150, or Fay Ary: 254-313-8854
BELL COUNTY AREA:
Vista Community Church is the the primary donation center for Bell County. We are asking Vista to sign-up for 2 hour time slots to help run this service for our county, using the link below." Contact info for the church: 7051 Stonehollow, Temple, TX (254) 774-7992 http://thevista.tv/harvey/
The Killeen Community Center is accepting new, unopened personal hygiene item donations, including feminine care products and toiletries.
Integrity Urgent Care in Copperas Cove. We are accepting donations for the hurricane relief. A friend, Terry Sirmons called and informed WACO 100 we would be accepting donations to help with the Hurricane Harvey Relief. They explained to him for us to shoot you an email and you guys would be willing to help. I dont think there is many people or company's here in Copperas Cove accepting many donations so we would like to help out as much as we can. The Bryan location is also accepting donations as well. Items we are accepting include: Bottle water Juice for kids Blankets Games Toys Books Clothing(all ages) Non-perishables Toiletries/Personal hygiene products Shoes Extra phone chargers/solar phone chargers Gift cards First aid items MREs Dog/Cat food Leashes/collars Flea medicine Dog beds. NO CASH DONATIONS 254-577-5642
WCTractor is raising money for Texans who have been affected by Hurricane Harvey. They have started a Go Fund Me site (gf.me/u/cf584h) where they will match the first $10,000 that will be donated. WC Tractor will also be collecting blankets, clothing and other items to be delivered to a Houston shelter on Friday. Bring items to WC Tractor in Killeen.
The Bell County Animal Control Shelter is accepting donations, including but not limited to, dog and cat food to feed the animals, as well as dawn dish soap, bleach, and high efficiency detergent for cleaning purposes. Click for more details
Mattress Firm is donating $1M in product to those in need. Plus, a portion of every purchase made in any of their stores Wednesday, September 30th through Tuesday, Sept. 5th will be donated to provide up to an additional $1 million of pillows, blankets and mattresses for people who have lost their homes and have to rebuild. Lastly, Mattress Firm’s stores are also equipped to accept monetary donations that will go to the American Red Cross Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund. Donations can also be made online, visit mattressfirm.com to learn more.
The Sun Will Rise Again - (Hurricane Harvey Relief Tee Shirt Fundraiser) All funds raised will go directly to Fulton Hurricane Harvey Relief. 10 year old Abbey designed this artwork which won the Texas Art Education Association award and was picked for display in Governor Abbott's Office in 2016. She created this t-shirt titled "The Sun Will Rise Again" to raise funds for the community of Rockport-Fulton which was impacted by Hurricane Harvey over the weekend of August 25, 2017. VIEW AND PURCHASE
Red Cross & Sport Clips: Free Haircuts for Donations - Feel good, do good and look good this September 1st by donating blood or platelets with the American Red Cross and get a free haircut coupon from Sport Clips Haircuts. Blood and platelet donors of all blood types, especially type O negative and O positive, are urgently needed to replenish the blood supply following a critical summer blood shortage.
Red Cross Blood Donors are urged to make an appointment to donate using the free Blood Donor App, online at redcrossblood.org or by calling 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767). The Red Cross and Sport Clips encourage donors to use the hashtag #SavingLivesLooksGood to share their new looks and invite others to give.
Tupperware Fundraiser – Tupperware Fundraiser for the victims of Hurricane Harvey. Tupperware will donate 40% of the product purchase price to UMCOR and I will donate my profit to the Salvation Army. It began yesterday and will run for 2 weeks. Here is the link to shop https://goo.gl/n9eZRB www.MelindaSellsTW.com
Diapers are an item desperately needed: Donate here and find out more through the Texas Diaper Bank
Volunteer Houston is connecting individuals with disaster volunteer opportunities. To learn more, visit www.volunteerhouston.org
Focusing exclusively on raising money for local residents affected by the storm: Coastal Bend Community Foundation's Coastal Bend Disaster Recovery Group.
The Texas Music Office is currently working with event producers around the state who are planning benefit concerts for all those affected by the massive devastation of Hurricane Harvey.
- If you have a benefit concert already planned, please submit that event info to firstname.lastname@example.org with "HURRICANE HARVEY Benefit Concert" in the email's subject line.
- If you are an artist or band that is interested in volunteering to perform at an upcoming benefit concert, please send serious inquiries to email@example.com "INTERESTED IN PERFORMING at Hurricane Harvey Benefit Concert" in the email's subject line.