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We are grieving for our neighbors in Houston and along the Gulf Coast and want to help in any way we can. Whether it’s donations of money, clothes, food, supplies, or time, everything makes a difference. Ten percent of all our sale proceeds will be donated to the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund, and we have compiled a list of other organizations that could use any and all support.

Flooding in Houston | ABC News

If you’re in Austin:

Donate food and cleaning supplies to Feeding Texas, which is coordinating with other local food banks to distribute the goods.

Drop off toiletries, inflatable mattresses, pillows, undergarments, baby food/diapers, and cleaning supplies at Hope Family Thrift Store, where you can also sign up to volunteer for clean-up efforts. They are also working with the Austin Disaster Relief Network.

Donate pet food and supplies to Austin Pets Alive!, and foster a pet if you’re able.

Donate construction cleanup supplies such as ladders, debris containers, and truck cranes to The Coastal Bend Disaster Recovery Group.

Hurricane HarveyOther ways to help:

Donate money to the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund, which will support victims that have been affected by the floods.

Donate money to Team Rubicon, an organization that “unites the skills and experiences of military veterans with first responders to rapidly deploy emergency response teams”.

Donate money to the American Red Cross, which is working to provide shelter and aid to the Gulf Coast.

Donate money to the Houston SPCA, to support the displaced pets and animals.