Hurricane Harvey Relief

With so many of our neighbors to the south and east needing help after the devastation of the hurricane and flooding, we thought it’d be a good idea to put together a list of organizations you can donate to. The first few, including a link to our own shop, allow you to shop for a cause. Each business will donate the proceeds from your purchase to a relief effort of their choosing.

 

Shop for a Cause

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Texas Strong Tee: Click here to shop
We decided to team up with three other Texas Brands to sell this TEXAS STRONG t-shirt. Designed by a group of creatives affected by Hurricane Harvey. We are at our best when we all work together to help out one another. 100% of all proceeds will go to the Food Bank of Corpus Christi, which proudly serves the communities affected and families displaced by Hurricane Harvey. Every $1 donated turns into 7 meals.

 
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United We Stand Tee: Click here to shop
Our good friends at Printed Apparel are teaming up with local businesses Fast Eddies Billiards, Little Woodrow's, and the American Red Cross to create and print a this great tee. 100% of proceeds benefit those affected on the Gulf Coast. Check it out for more details and how you can help those effected by hurricane Harvey.

 
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Deep in the Heart of Texas Charm: Click here to shop
James Avery has this great charm. 100% of the proceeds from the sales of their silver Deep in the Heart of Texas Charm will be donated to Hurricane Harvey relief efforts, through September 30, 2017.

 
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Matte Velvetines: Click here to shop
Check out this great liquid matte lipstick by Lime Crime. BEET IT, HURRICANE HARVEY! 100% of sales from this shade will go to the Red Cross to benefit the victims of Hurricane Harvey. Stay strong, Houston!

 

Make a Donation

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The Mayor's Hurricane Relief Fund: Click here to donate
Your contribution will be used to support agencies and charitable organizations providing help to evacuees and service providers in Houston and the coastal areas of Texas affected by Hurricane Harvey. Donations made to the fund are tax deductible, and are administered by the San Antonio Area Foundation, a 501(c) (3) public charity.

 
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San Antonio Food Bank: Click here to donate
The San Antonio Food Bank is in emergency response mode to support the local and statewide needs resulting from the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey. You can help immediately with material donations: Our most wanted items are nonperishable food, water, baby food, diapers, hygiene items, new car seats, lightly used strollers, cribs or “pack ‘n plays”, and cleaning supplies. Donations can be dropped off at the Food Bank warehouse (5200 Enrique M. Barrera Pkwy, San Antonio, TX 78227) 8am-7pm or at the San Antonio City Council district offices.

 
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South Texas Blood and Tissue Center: Click here to donate
Blood drives from Corpus Christi to Houston have been canceled and donation rooms closed following widespread damage and flooding caused by Hurricane Harvey. As a result, STBTC and blood centers across the country are sending units of red blood cells and platelets to the region. If you have some time this week, head over to a local center and make a donation.

 
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Texas Diaper Bank: Click here to donate
In addition to monetary donations, you can also donate your time. They need help this week counting, sorting, and sending out donations. Check out their site and their facebook page for more info.

 
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Houston Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund: Click here to donate
After receiving an overwhelming number of inquiries from citizens and companies who want to help, Mayor Sylvester Turner and County Judge Ed Emmett have established the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund that will accept tax-deductible flood relief donations for victims affected by the recent floods.The fund will be housed at the Greater Houston Community Foundation, a 501(c)(3) public charity.

 
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Houston United Way: Click here to donate
United Way’s first priority will be safety, shelter and basic needs, like food. Once the community is stabilized, United Way will focus on long-term recovery efforts.