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Texas organizations Carter Blood Care and South Texas Blood and Tissue Center are seeking blood donations.To help Harvey-struck farmers and ranchers, the State of Texas Agriculture Relief Fund, managed by the Texas State Agriculture Department, is accepting private donations. To donate hay and animal feed, check here, or call 512-463-9360.It will be administered by the nonprofit Greater Houston Community Foundation.Click here Baker Ripley, the Houston community charity that is running the NRG Center shelter, is accepting monetary donations for the long-term recovery ahead. Donations of goods can be brought to World Harvest Outreach Seventh Day Adventist, 10800-A Scott Street, 77047.Please visit their website for a list of needed items. Visit NRG Center: Sign up for a shift to volunteer with Baker Ripley at Houston's largest shelter. Brown Convention Center: Volunteer Houston is coordinating volunteers for the shelter. Toyota Center: Volunteers are needed here, but asked to register through the Red Cross and check in at GRB.Gallery Furniture is accepting monetary donations and volunteers to help with its Rebuild TX initiative, which will provide free help with cleaning up homes damaged by Harvey.National/global organizations: The American Red Cross is encouraging people to donate money on its website or to text 90999 to donate . Apple is letting users donate to the American Red Cross directly on i Tunes and App Store.Salvation Army: Donations will help provide physical, emotional and spiritual care to survivors and relief workers in areas affected by Tropical Storm Harvey.
For a list of where to donate, click here Fort Bend ISD Foundation is accepting monetary donations to aid teachers and students impacted by the storm, click here KIPP Houston Public Schools has set up a Family Emergency Fund to help students, staff and their families who have been affected by Harvey. On Saturday, September 2, WCS and Church will organize and distribute supplies. For a list of drives, click here Neighbors Emergency Care Centers are collecting donated items for Harvey relief efforts.
Here are the organizations that are helping: Local organizations Where to donate: Harris County Donation Hotline: 1-800-924-5985. Corporations wishing to donate should contact Bill Kelly, Director of Government Affairs for Mayor Turner at Bill.
[email protected] Harvey Relief Fund: Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner has set up this fund for tax-deductible flood relief monetary donations.
Click here UNICEF USA has started a fund to assist children affected by Hurricane Harvey.
Click here Samaritan's Purse: This nondenominational evangelical Christian group has provided international relief since 1970.