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Hurricane Harvey

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vixen777

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Praying to all those affected!! Please do your part to help, I think right now donations to the many causes is best at this point.
Hope others will consider supporting these & other #Harvey relief efforts


American Red Cross. To make a financial donation, visit the their website, call 1.800.RED CROSS or text HARVEY to 90999 to make a $10 donation for those in need.

Team Rubicon USA-https://teamrubiconusa.org/

Catholic Charities of USA. To make a financial donation, visit CCUSA's disaster-specific website or text 71777 to make a donation.

Global Giving. To make a financial donation, visit their website or text HARVEY to 80100 to donate $10 to Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund.

Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund. Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner has established the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund that will accept tax deductible donations.
The fund is administered by the Greater Houston Community Foundation, a 501(c)(3) public charity. To make a financial donation, visit the GHCF website.

Texas Diaper Bank

Salvation Army. To make a financial donation, visit www.helpsalvationarmy.org, call 1.800.SAL ARMY, or text STORM to 51555.
 
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sorcer3ss

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I missed the news tonight as I had a friend here but I could see floods which looked bad so that must have been it. Hope there were not any deaths.
 

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There are deaths and over 30,000 looking for shelters. They are still doing water rescues, it is very bad!
 

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That's terrible, it must be so devastating to lose everything in fires or floods as well as loss of life. I will pray for those affected.
 

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they are still expecting over 2 more feet of rain!! it's horrible!
keep these people in your prayers everyone and do your part to help please!
 

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There are fears of the storm rebuilding and coming back :(


Here's a bunch of numbers found of ppl helping other ppl in Houston flooding. There's a link for Shelters also Comcast opened Wi-Fi around the city (Houston) to help.

Gallery Furniture on 45 is sheltering ppl and has drivers out helping 713-694-5570/ Mattress Mack 281-844-1963
National Guard 713-578-3000
Coast Guard 281-464-4854 (4852,53,54,55,Med ER rooftop helicopter 51) & 1-800-323-7233
Cajun Navy 281-898-3016/ can text 337-581-3750
Group rescue 713-426-9404 / to help 713-881-3100
Non-emergency pick up 281-427-4791
Search on Zello App under "Texas search & rescue"
People helping/leaving info on fb on helping and where they are now :
Jack Cross Spider Wraps (truck/boat North Houston) 832-731-3764
Person w 15 boats - 346-251-4247
Joseph Booze (7 boats) 409-893-1341
Luis Jimenez text 832-608-0569 (NE side)
Richard Espinoza 832-298-3582
Adam (1 boat, Bellaire) 281-630-2222
Michael Soto (Spring) 281-236-0010
Anthony (1 boat, Katy) 832-677-7268
Person helping in Atascocita 832-812-9882
Adam Shaffer (1 boat) 469-847-8932
Velma (any area) 832-470-5323
Bryan (large trucks) 713-446-7853
Joel (liberty/dayton area) 832-794-1610
Ruby Guadiana (Lakewood) see fb page
Micheal Foust (Jeeps in Cypress) see fb page
Karol T Alva (2 boats, 3 trucks) see fb page
 
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I lived in south Florida for 3 years and in the Orlando area for 26 years. It's kind of hard to imagine the destruction it does until you have seen it with your own eyes. I feel sorry for them. I still remember when a hurricane leveled Homestead,Fla. I do not mean to sound cynical but we all understood the risk we were taking. Anytime you live in a costal area in the southeast you are taking a chance this can happen. Take a tip from me, if you are thinking of moving to the beach and all you can afford is a stick house or a mobile home then stay where you are. With that being said I wish I could be there to help. I currently live to far north and do not have the means to rush down there. Otherwise I would. Prayers go out to the people there.
 

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it is sure devastating, and houston such a huge area!
keeping them in my prayers also twobears!
 

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