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Hurricane Harvey – How to Help and Donation Links – Please Share   1 comment

 

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As many of you know, Hurricane Harvey is devastating Southern Texas over the past few days. Many people are in dire need of help. 

As the event is still ongoing, if you live in Texas, please listen to locale authorities and evacuate if they ask you do so. Here’s some information: 

Only call 911 for a life threatening emergency

You can reach the Coast Guard by calling the following numbers
281-464-4851
281-464-4852
281-464-4853
281-464-4854
282-464-4855

Do not drive in flood waters.

We have compiled a list of Charities and non-governmental organisations that are currently raising funds to help the people that have been affected by Hurricane Harvey. These charities are verified. 

Please be careful when donating to any other charity. Sadly, in times of great suffering, some individuals try to take advantage of the situation. Before donating make sure the charity is real.

 

See the organizations after the jump! 

The Red Cross
The American Red Cross – Click here  (You can also donate $10 by texting HARVEY to 90999
The Canadian Red Cross – Click here 

Coalition for the Homeless: You can help by clicking here 

Feed Texas: You can help by clicking here 

Heart to Heart International: You can help by clicking here 

Jensen Ackles and SPN’s Fundraiser: You can help by clicking here 

Samaritan’s Purse: You can help by clicking here

Save the Children: You can help by clicking here

SPCA of Texas: You can help by clicking here 

Texas Diaper bank: You can help by clicking here 

The Salvation Army: You can help by clicking here, by phone at 1-800-SAL-ARMY or text STORM to 51555 to receive a donation link 

 

 

 

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Posted August 28, 2017 by justfp in Uncategorized

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  1. Please remember the animals and pets too… they are suffering as well and many shelters are under water and in dire need of help and rescue. They rescue groups and shelters that are helping out also need emergency supplies and people to foster and adopt. Even out of state.

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