Help alleviate the devastation felt by families and businesses affected by Hurricane Harvey by donating to Mayor Sylvester Turner and the Greater Houston Community Foundation’s Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund.
After receiving an overwhelming number of inquiries from citizens and companies who want to help, Mayor Sylvester Turner and County Judge Ed Emmett have established the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund that will accept tax-deductible flood relief donations for victims affected by the recent floods.
The Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund is one of many vital philanthropic funds that, in conjunction with Federal and State efforts, are designed to support the relief and reconstruction efforts in Harris County and Houston (which includes city residents in Fort Bend or Montgomery County).
The distributions and grants will be made in support of the Fund’s charitable purposes: relief efforts to aid the victims of the flooding and other weather-related incidents caused by Hurricane Harvey, including shelter and temporary housing needs, food and supplies, health care, transportation, child care and more.
If for some reason you experience technical difficulties, donate from your mobile device by texting “HARVEY2017” to “91999” to support the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund.
Click here to make a donation.
About the Greater Houston Community Foundation
The Greater Houston Community Foundation is a public charitable foundation focused on helping donors expand their philanthropic impact.
For over 20 years GHCF has supported and administered disaster philanthropy when our region has needed it the most.
In addition to the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund, GHCF administered the Bush Clinton Katrina Fund, The Hurricane Ike Recovery Fund, and the Strom Relief Fund of 2016.
Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund
- Donate: Click here to make a donation or for a complete list of information or text “Harvey2017” to “91999“.