Harvey Aftermath – It’s Not Too Late to Help or Get Involved

harvey aftermath

 

It is Not Too Late to Help or Get Involved.

Dear friends and families,

It has been a little over a month since Hurricane Harvey has swept through our city. For many, life has returned to normal. But many of our neighbors are still struggling to put their lives back together.  

Thousands of people face uncertain futures in Harvey’s aftermath, it is not too late to help or get involved. 

 

Here are a few ways you can contribute your skills, time, and or donations:

 

Donate money: Click here to find out how you can donate to IRS-verified and recommended charities vetted by CNN’s Impact Your World. These organizations are helping in Harvey’s immediate aftermath, and they will continue working through the long term.

Volunteer your time: Here is an up-to-date list of volunteer opportunities needed in the Harvey disaster relief by VolunteerMatch.

Team Rubicon is looking for volunteers with military training or first responder experience.

Donate food and clothing: Sylvester Turner, the mayor of Houston, is asking people to donate medical supplies, clothing, food, and baby items to nearby shelters

Feeding Texas is asking people to drop off non-perishable food, bleach, and paper towels. They are coordinating with local food banks to distribute food and cleaning supplies.

The Texas Diaper Bank is seeking volunteers as well as diaper donations. They also accept monetary donations through Jet.com.

Help with cleanup: The Coastal Bend Disaster Recovery Group is seeking material donations such as roll-off construction debris containers, truck cranes, loaders, forklifts, ladders, and nail guns.

Austin Disaster Relief Network is seeking towels, inflatable mattresses, baby formula, and cleaning supplies. You can also volunteer for cleaning efforts as well as making a donation online.

Provide temporary housing: You can offer free or discounted temporary housing for anyone displaced by the storm on HomeAway. You can also join the community of 700+ Airbnb hosts who have opened their homes to evacuees for free.

Donate toys and supplies: 

You can donate coloring books, clothes, toys to the children inside a nearby shelter.

Here at Traditional Designs, we are locally family-owned and operated for over 30 years. We would like to help you and our fellow neighbors in any way we can. Traditional Designs specializes in flooring, cabinets & countertops, and we know just how important it is for you to get your life back to normal.

As a special offer, we would like to give you

10% OFF
(up to $500)
On Flooring, Countertops & Cabinetry

*New retail customers only; not valid with any other offers.

 

Visit our showroom today located at 3602 W. 12th Street between I-10 and 610. If we can offer any assistance to you, your family, friends, or colleagues, please do not hesitate to give us a call at 713-463-5800 or visit our website at www.traditionaldesignsltd.com.

 

Sincerely,