The tragedy and loss suffered over the past few days in Texas and the Louisiana Gulf Coast has been heartbreaking. But the outpouring of support has been equally inspiring, as communities come together to help. This is not just about rebuilding homes; it’s about rebuilding lives.
That’s why we created the Community Health Charities’ Disaster Response Fund to meet the short- and long-term health and mental health needs of those impacted. To contribute, please make a donation here.
If you would like to engage your employees, contact us for a customized giving portal.
Funds raised will provide emergency medicines and medical services and meet long-term needs related to health, and mental and emotional wellbeing. Long-term recovery and rebuilding takes time and resources, as it is more than supplies and buildings; it is about rebuilding people’s lives.
Read about the health impacts of Hurricane Harvey:
Hurricane Harvey Resources for the Austin Area – Susan G. Komen
More Disaster Units Bound for Texas as Harvey Keeps Churning -Samaritan’s Purse
Covenant House is working hard to serve homeless and displaced youth in Houston. Currently, the shelter is housing over 80 kids, serving 250 meals a day, and preparing to house more children in need – Covenant House
American Diabetes Association, JDRF, and Insulin for Life have shipped 3,750 pounds of supplies for people living with diabetes in Texas – American Diabetes Association and JDRF International