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We are very sorry for the loss you have experienced.

Below, please let us know your immediate needs and how we can help provide some relief. Please give as much information as possible. This helps us match you with assistance.

Tell us how we can help...

Be specific! Make sure to tell us if any of these apply:

  • Do you need help in Spanish or another language?
  • Do you need medical supplies (including glasses, contacts, medication, etc.)?
  • Are you handicapped or are you caring for someone with special needs?
  • Do you have dependents or require financial assistance?

Here's how to contact me...

e.g. at shelter / at home w flood damage / other
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Someone will contact you when a match is found.
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Thank you for your willingness to provide direct assistance to those impacted by Hurricane Harvey in this time of immense need.

We are working with a team of social workers and professionals to meet the specific needs of our neighbors. You will make your donation directly to someone with needs like: clothes, food, medical necessities, ID replacement, car rentals, glasses, phone chargers, utility assistance, etc.

I can contribute...

e.g. $500 to support a family / 6 months of support for a family / other

Many people affected by the hurricane have been out of work for a week or more. In many of these circumstances, the most effective way you can help cover their lost wages is to help them pay bills and purchase goods. Our social workers are working hard to vet each request so you can give directly to those most in need.

I am located...

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Someone will contact you when your service is requested.
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SMS Submission

Text the word NEED to (832)-639-1127 to submit via SMS.

Texto la palabra NECESIDAD de (832)-639-1127 para enviar vía SMS.

After sending your text, you will be prompted for additional information.

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