Texas Flood Relief Donation List

The following are a listing of local organizations, churches, and rescue teams that would benefit from financial support. We continue to build this list. Please email us with additional listings. Thank you!

Churches

Cornerstone Presbyterian OPC: A small reformed congregation in Cypress, with sister churches in Kingwood and Rosenberg. The OPC Disaster Relief Committee is coordinating financial donations and teams of people to help clean out flooded homes and provide shelter, food, and provisions to flood victims. Donate via their website.

Fellowship of The Woodlands: a large non-denominational church that has coordinated to provide shelter, food, supplies, and assistance to their local community. They are also collecting donations to transport supplies south to Port Arthur / Beaumont area, which has been devastated. Donate via their website.

Second Baptist: A mutli-campus church mobilized to help the Greater Houston area in Humble, Cypress, Cinco Ranch, Katy, and Pearland. Donate via their website.

United Methodist Committee on Relief: UMCOR is currently working with disaster coordinators and early response teams in Louisiana and Texas to provide relief to the many people whose lives have been impacted by hurricane/tropical storm Harvey. Donate via their website.

Donate Directly to Volunteers On The Ground

The Pink Armadillo Texas Flood Relief: We are raising funds to distribute directly to our communities. The money we collect will go directly to churches that are serving as shelters, distribution centers, and coordinating recovery teams; boots-on-the-ground collecting and delivering supplies as well as gutting flooded homes and cleaning up debris; and local charities providing for flood victims and caring for first responders. Donate via YouCaring.

Revelation Rescue: A team of volunteer nurses, firefighters, EMTs, and veterans from two states who came to Houston on their own dime to assist in the hurricane relief effort. Donate via GoFundMe.

Felicia Winfree Cravens: The Pink Armadillo writer has set up an Amazon Wish List. You can purchase supplies and they’ll be shipped to Felicia, who will distribute them to locals and shelters. Donate via Amazon.

Donate Directly to Flooding Victims:

Carl & Stacey Miller: Carl has served as a pastor and currently serves as an elder at Cornerstone OPC in Cypress. The family’s home in NW Houston was inundated with at least six feet of water. Donate via GoFundMe.

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