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Tropical Storm Harvey Information

 

Want to help? Ways to donate

Hurricane Harvey shirts are available through the Office of Student Engagement and Leadership, JBK 103, or in the JBK Commons on Monday, Oct. 16th-Thursday, Oct. 19th.
 
Long and short-sleeve options are available, with sizes S-XL.
 
Short sleeves: $10
Long sleeves: $15
 
All proceeds will go to aid in the Hurricane Harvey Relief Efforts through GlobalGiving.

The American Red Cross
You can help Hurricane Harvey victims by texting HARVEY to 90999 to give $10 to the Red Cross (or by visiting RedCross.org to give any other amount).
 
The Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund
 
Save the Children
 
SPCA of Texas
 
Donate food or cash to food banks in your area. Or you can donate to Feeding Texas, a network of food banks across the state. Find your local food bank here.
 
Make a cash or diaper donation to the Texas Diaper Bank, which is providing emergency diaper kits to displaced families.
 
Several local and national organizations are collecting donations for general disaster relief efforts, including the United Way, Americares, Salvation Army, Global Giving and Heart to Heart.

Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt has set up a flood relief fund, backing the effort with his own $100,000 donation.
 
Gofundme has curated a list of Harvey relief efforts, with fundraisers for individual cities, families and homes.
 
Individuals and corporations can donate to hurricane relief efforts through the Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster.
 
The State of Texas Agriculture Relief fund (STAR fund) is collecting private dollars to help Texas farmers and ranchers recover from Hurricane Harvey.