“Deep in the Heart of Texas” How You Can Help the Victims of Hurricane Harvey

We are simply devastated by the scope of destruction caused by Hurricane Harvey this past week in Texas, (and pray that Louisiana is spared.)  The more I watch the more I feel helpless. I did want to share a few ways that you can help. If you click on the photo below, you will be taken to a blog post that our friends at Rumpy Dog wrote earlier in the week that lists fabulous ways that you can help.

Click on the photo to read Rumpy Dog’s suggestions on how you can help Texas in this awful tragedy.

Our friend, Paris at Dogtipper lives in the Austin area (and had to evacuate herself with FOUR PETS, read her tips on her sister blog Cattipper), today posted more ways that you can help on her blog.

The NY Times also posted ways that you can help.

Have an iPhone? Apple users in the U.S. can also donate to the American Red Cross through the company’s iTunes and app stores. Amounts range from $5 to $200, and you can’t use store credit.

If you are in the Detroit area as I am and would like to help, you can learn more about how to help below:

 

 

Comments

  1. We have been watching this on the TeeVees over here and are shocked by what has happened. Our thoughts are with all those affected
    Well done for getting this information out for there
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

  2. Sandee says:

    Thank you for this vital information on ways to help. Mother Nature can sure mess up places, and does.

    Have a woof woof day, Dakota. My best to your wonderful mom. ♥♥♥
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  3. We have been watching bits of it from here in Canada. My humom’s Auntie lives in Houston and we worry everyday. Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone effected, hope everyone makes it out okay! Thank you for sharing those links!
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  4. we were shocked after watching the news… but to see the helpers and those who are just there to support their neighbors and the peeps in need is just great… that is the proof, together we are still mighty and united we can even beat this evil Harvey…
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  5. Thank you so much for sharing various ways people can help folks out in the flooded areas. As you know I have family both in the Austin and Houston areas (they are all fine, thankfully) and love the thoughts, prayers and support given to them and all those affected by this 500 year storm. Mother Nature was extra cruel this past weekend. 😓
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  6. Thank you for sharing! It is beyond sad to watch helplessly as so many suffer. Donating to legitimate organizations is a great way to show your love and concern. #TexasStrong
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  7. Jan K says:

    Thank you for sharing this. We are so heartbroken for all the people and animals suffering from this awful storm. Sometimes, with so many ways to help, it’s hard to know what is the best thing to do.
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  8. This is just so very heartbreaking = thank you for giving us info on ways to help
    hugs
    Hazel & Mabel
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  9. I cannot even IMAGINE what this is like. I can’t. It breaks my heart. Breaks it. It was crazy to listen to the news prior to the hurricane’s entrance to TX… They knew it was going to be insanely powerful and were basically describing what would happen and BAM it did!! 🙁
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  10. We have been seeing all of the horrific pictures on facebook. Harvey is just horrible! Thank you so much for this post!
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  11. Thank you so much for your concern for Louisiana. I’m pleased and thankful to report that here in Louisiana (and New Orleans, to be exact) we were fortunate to escape the wrath of Harvey. Our state is currently opening our doors and our hearts to shelter the people and pets who have suffered so much. They did the same for us 12 years ago when Katrina struck. Thank you for sharing the many ways that people can help.

  12. It sure was so devstating and horrible beyond word.
    We can do a lot of things and feel powerful, but when it comes to the wrath of weather gone crazy we can do naught but cower and hope for the best.

    I pray that all those affected will be able to find the help and all they stand in need of.
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  13. Thank you for sharing such an informative post and links to organizations. I wasn’t aware that Apple users could donate through I-Tunes to the Red Cross. That is great to hear.

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