Texas Wide & Multi Location
Samaritan’s Purse: Headed by Franklin Graham, this organization has disaster relief teams active in Rockport, Victoria, Santa Fe / Galveston, and two in the Greater Houston area. Donate via their website. Click here.
Habitat For Humanity: Habitat for Humanity has about 30 local organizations throughout the parts of southeast Texas and southwest Louisiana affected by the storms. With their help, Habitat for Humanity teams are coordinating to provide for the shelter and housing needs of Hurricane Harvey victims. Donate via their website. Click here.
Corpus Christi Area
Coastal Bend Community Foundation: Mayor Joe McComb established the Mayor’s Hurricane Harvey Fund September 1 to accept donations to be used for immediate community infrastructure and rebuilding needs in Aransas, Bee, Nueces, San Patricio, and Refugio counties. Donate via the foundation website. Click here.
Corpus Christi Police Fund: I spoke with a representative today who said several Corpus Christi and Port Aransas area police officers had completely lost their homes, yet they continue to serve. You can support these officers by donating through the foundations official website. Click Here.
Catholic Charities of Corpus Christi: Endorsed by the City of Corpus Christi, this organization has been extremely active providing shelter and emergency provisions for displaced locals. Donate via their website. Click here.
Church Unlimited: Also endorsed by the City of Corpus Christi, this non-denominational church has been scrambling to demo flooded homes, collect food and supplies, and provide shelter for their neighbors. Donate via the church website. Click Here.
Assist The Officer: Assist The Officer is a 501(c)(3) that has been in existence for over 30 years. Its sole mission is to help Houston Police Officers. If you are looking to help police officers who lost everything, yet still answered the call and protected their community, this is a great charity. 100% of proceeds go to officers in need. Click here.
Harris County Sheriff’s Office: The HCSO Benevolence Association was created to support Law Enforcement and First Responders that have suffered a catastrophic injury, illness, or event. They are currently accepting donations for officers affected by Hurricane Harvey. You can snail-mail donations to: 1200 Baker St. Houston, TX 77002 ATTN: Family Assistance. You may donate online via PayPal. Click here.
Combined Arms: During Hurricane Harvey, veterans sprang into action by hopping on boats & wading through flood waters to rescue stranded citizens. As the flood waters subsided, teams of veterans organized to help fellow veterans and neighbors “muck” out their homes. Read about the organization’s current relief activities here. Donate via their website. Click here.
Team Rubicon: Team Rubicon has deployed veterans to serve alongside emergency responders, rescuing flood victims, gutting houses, delivering supplies, and providing for Texans. They have two relief teams in Harris and Galveston Counties. “Operation Shallow Draft” involves 48 volunteers who have logged 2,322 hours rescuing flood victims and assisting flooded communities. “Operation Hard Hustle” has 160 volunteers who have logged 732 hours so far conducting debris removal, chainsaw operations, expedient home repair, and volunteer management. Donate through their website. Click here.