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Houston Corporate Housing is accommodating Nurses from all over the state in order to help our great brave people in the Houston area we ask everyone that is in power to help please do - below find ways to help Donate money The best way to help Texans affected by disasters is to donate money to charitable agencies that are experienced in disaster relief, officials say.Organizations such as the American Red Cross and Salvation Army are trained to respond to disasters such as Harvey, which is pounding the Texas Gulf Coast."Right now the best thing people can do is donate money," said Katrina Farmer, director of American Red Cross offices in San Angelo, Abilene and Wichita Falls, Texas cities far from the coastline. "This is going to be an expensive disaster."While people often want to donate items, Farmer said that isn’t as helpful as money."People should not go out and buy things, because they might not be needed," she explained.Organizations participating in hurricane relief efforts include:

• American Red Cross. To donate visit, call 1- 800-RED CROSS or text the word HARVEY to 90999 to make a $10 donation.

• The Salvation Army: To donate visit or call 1-800-725-2769.• Catholic Charities USA: Visit to donate.

• GlobalGiving: visit Donors can also text HARVEY to 80100 to donate $10 to GlobalGiving's Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund.

Message and data rates may apply. Terms: Send a check by writing,"Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund" in the memo line and mailing it to GlobalGiving, 1110 Vermont Ave NW, Suite 550, Washington DC, 20005.

• Save the Children: Save the Children’s emergency response team is on the ground in San Antonio, Texas, working to meet children and families’ immediate needs

• Apple: The multimedia giant has set up a donation link directly on iTunes and App Store.Visit for more information. Donations will go directly to the American Red Cross.

• Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund. Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner established this fund administered by the Greater Houston Community Foundation to accept tax-deductible flood-relief donations. Checks and money orders can be mailed to the Greater Houston Community Foundation, while online credit card donations can be made at Online credit card donations will be assessed a small fee by the credit card companies. Donors have the option of increasing their credit card donations to cover this fee. Wire-transferred cash will also be accepted.Victims of Hurricane Harvey are getting some help from the star athletes, along with the teams across Texas. Time_SportsVolunteerThe Red Cross and Salvation Army will be involved with disaster relief efforts, providing shelter, fresh drinking water, food, toiletries, clothes, bedding and other necessities.They also are involved with rebuilding efforts once the storm has passed and will send trained volunteers to help with the recovery.The Red Cross and Salvation Army also need volunteers to help at the shelters set up to house people who fled the coast

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.• Salvation Army: Friday afternoon, "tens of thousands" of residents on the coast were moving north, filling up shelters in San Antonio, Dallas and Fredericksburg, Farmer said.FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedIn50 devastating photos from Hurricane Harvey FullscreenPower poles blown by Hurricane Harvey lean over a road in Refugio, Texas, Monday, Aug. 28, 2017. (Nick Wagner/Austin American-Statesman via AP) Nick Wagner, APFullscreen1 of 50Next Slide50 Photos50 devastating photos from Hurricane HarveyDonate bloodBlood centers anticipate a shortage and are putting out urgent pleas for donations. The closure of blood banks and collection centers along the coast paired with likely injuries from the storm will stress existing supplies.People wishing to donate blood should contact their local community's Red Cross or check for blood banks in their area.The National Hurricane Center has said heavy rain from Harvey is forecast to worsen flooding in Southeast Texas and southwestern Louisiana. (Aug. 29) APHelp a children’s hospitalDriscoll Children’s Hospital, which cares for Corpus Christi’s youngest and most ill patients, was directly in the path of Harvey. The hospital transported many of its patients out of harm’s way, but will likely will need funds to seamlessly continue operating its 189-bed pediatric facility.Donations can be made online at Hurricane Harvey has caused widespread damage across southeastern Texas and the floodwaters are expected to continue to rise for several more days. Officials say they expect 450,000 people to register as disaster victims with federal government. Thousands are already in shelters.

Here are ways to help flood victims and donate to Hurricane Harvey relief efforts:

FEMA Administrator Brock Long encouraged Americans who want to help storm victims to connect with the National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (NVOAD) online, which is coordinating donations and volunteers.

City of Houston Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund

Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner established the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund, which accepts tax deductible donations for flood relief victims. The organization will accept checks, money orders, bank wire transfers, stock, corporate bonds and other marketable securities. For donation instructions, click here.

  • How to help your Harvey donation dollars go further

J.J. Watt Foundation

Houston Texans star J.J. Watt set up an online fundraiser called the Houston Flood Relief Fund on the YouCaring crowdfunding site. Watt has personally donated $100,000 to those who've been affected by the storm, and more than $10 million has already been pledged.

GoFundMe has also set up a web page for Hurricane Harvey relief efforts.

American Red Cross

The American Red Cross is accepting donations by phone and online. Donors may text HARVEY to 90999 to make a $10 donation, or call 1-800-RED-CROSS.

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Following criticism of how the group managed some previous disasters, Gail McGovern, president and CEO of the American Red Cross, told "CBS This Morning," "We are going to make sure that every designated dollar that is going to this storm is used appropriately."

Facebook & Google Hurricane Harvey Funds

Google has set up a website for donations and says the company will match the amount people give, up to $1 million. Donations will go directly to Network for Good and will then be distributed to the American Red Cross, with Google covering all processing fees.

Facebook also says it will match every dollar raised through its platform, up to $1 million. Funds will go to the Center for Disaster Philanthropy's Hurricane Harvey Recovery Fund to support local recovery and rebuilding efforts. Facebook users in the U.S. are getting a message at the top of their news feed on how to donate.

The Salvation Army

The Salvation Army is also providing physical and emotional support to Harvey survivors and relief workers. Donors may make contributions to the "Hurricane Harvey Relief Efforts" online, by mail or by phone.

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Catholic Charities USA

Catholic Charities USA, the domestic relief agency of the U.S. Catholic Church, is accepting donations online and by phone. Text CCUSADISASTER to 71777 to make a donation.

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Feeding Texas

The organization Feeding Texas has mobilized to assist families affected by flooding. Coastal food banks are currently distributing food to the public while inland food banks are assisting Red Cross shelters with items needed by refugees. Those who are in need of assistance can call 2-1-1 to learn where distribution centers are located. Local food banks are in need of staple foods such as powdered milk, cereal, pop-top meat, canned fruit, peanut butter, jelly and fruit cups. Cleaning supplies will also be accepted.

Texas Diaper Bank

The Texas Diaper bank is accepting diapers for Harvey victims (they need large sizes most of all) and donations. Their Facebook page is listing ways to donate, and they are suffering from more donations than their volunteers can sort, so they're looking for additional volunteers.

Save The Children

Save the Children is providing infant and toddler supplies at all three mega shelter sites - including portable cribs and sheets, strollers, infant and toddler hygiene kits and portable washbasins - and will be distributing donated children's clothing and school supplies in the coming days. In addition to supplies, Save the Children's Child-Friendly Spaces are safe, well-supervised areas within shelters where children can play, socialize and begin to recover from the disaster, while allowing their parents to concentrate on addressing the family's immediate and longer-term needs.

To support Save the Children go to or text Hurricane to 20222 to donate $25 to the Hurricane Harvey Children's Relief Fund, added directly to your mobile bill.

Blood donations

According to the South Texas Blood and Tissue Center, hospitals in Texas are facing blood shortages. The organization is seeking blood donations in order to stock up trauma centers that are seeing an influx of patients in the aftermath of the storm.

Help animals rescued in Texas floods

Several organizations are helping pets displaced by the disaster.

Donations to The Humane Society of the United States help the group work with local officials to transport, rescue and care for animals.

The City of San Antonio Animal Care Services accepts donations online or by mail, and nearby residents can also drop off donations of items like pet food and cat litter.

Apps for Hurricane Harvey and other disasters

There are dozens of apps available to help you in the event of an emergency, including those that offer alerts for disasters and weather and apps for keeping emergency contacts or pertinent medical information easily available for first responders. has compiled a list of iOS and Android apps for emergencies. We wish all everybody the best of health, please stay safe

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