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If you're looking for a local charity to support in the wake of Hurricane Harvey please consider Houston Food Bank, Food Bank of Corpus Christi, Houston Humane Society, or San Antonio Humane Society. These highly-rated organizations are located in the most-affected areas and are providing support to individuals and animals.
[Other charities are listed in the side-bar on the page linked above.]
From the [Baton Rouge] Business Report [8/28/17 - https://www.businessreport.com/article/heres-donate-harvey-relief]
The Baton Rouge Area Foundation is asking Louisianans to help Texas flood victims by donating to a charitable fund of the Great Houston Community Foundation. “Texas residents responded last year after Baton Rouge flooded, giving more than $167,000 to BRAF’s flood relief fund, which raised more than $6 million from around the country … Now it’s Louisiana’s turn to help our neighbors in Texas.” Donations can be made online.
The American Red Cross is sending volunteers from throughout the country to Texas to assist the aftermath of the storm. Donations can be made online, or you can also text HARVEY to 90999 to make a $10 donation.
Connecticut-based Americares helps provide emergency medicine and basic supplies to people caught in the path of natural disasters. The agency’s teams came to Louisiana to help in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and have been deployed to Texas to help in the wake of Harvey. Americares says every $10 donation provides $200 in aid to victims. Donate online.
From Texas Library Association:
TLA has posted a list of resources to help assist with recovery from the storm.
Links to the ALA Natural Disasters page: http://www.ala.org/advocacy/natural-disasters