Hurricane Harvey Relief

It’s hard to watch all that is going on in Houston, Port A, Rockport, Galveston, Beaumont, etc. Over 50 counties flooded, over 30,000 people are in shelters and things aren’t over yet. As a matter of fact, it’s just starting for many families. It breaks my heart but as always there are bright spots. For me it’s in watching how people are jumping in to help.

There are so many non-profits posed to provide relief but there are also many individuals finding creative ways to help. I’ve listed a few that I’ve come so you can find a way to help too.

How You Can Provide Help for Hurricane Harvey Victims
    • 100% of the proceeds for this ‘God Bless Texas’ t-shirt via Nancy Page will go to the Diocese of the Western Gulf Coast. God Bless Texas.
    • Not at all surprised Tara Royer Steele and her friends at Two Sparrows Roasting Co  jumped into action to help those suffering post-Harvey. This t-shirt is available for purchase. 
    • Mint and Maple has an 8×10 Texas print is a digital download. All the proceeds will go to Hurricane Harvey relief through the Red Cross.
    •  From now through the end of September, 100% of Magnolia’s ‘Texas Forever’ shirts will go to helping those affected by Hurricane Harvey. Order here ~> Magnolia
    • Dear Daughter, Hilliary Cheatham, is a Texas girl living in China who decided to do something even though she’s half way round the world. Her Texas Strong t-shirt is only $25. and it will most certainly brighten up your spirits (and the people deep in the heart of Texas) with your support.
    • Pre-order the Texas Forever Journal from Hallie Darphin and the gals at Dot Products. Hallie emailed me to let me know she wanted to get the word out. She wrote, “Couldn’t imagine not doing one small thing. We lost our home in Katrina when I was in ninth grade, and lots of Texans came to love on us.”  :)
  • Genie Mack is a native Houstonian and artist. She created several digital prints for flood relief. This longhorn is my favorite. 
  • A Family Print Shop ~> 100% of proceeds from the sale of these two lovely downloads ($5 for both of them!) will go to the Houston Food & Diaper Bank.

  • 50% of the proceeds from these beautiful prints from Betsy Dunlap calligraphy will go the the Samaritan’s Purse Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund. “And soon the night of weeping shall be the morn of song.” 
  • If you happen to be in the Buda, Texas area … Thatcher Buda is sending 20% of their proceeds this Friday and Saturday to Hurricane Harvey relief through Austin Disaster Relief Network.  
  • Honeycomb Baby Goods – 100% of the proceeds from all purchases through this Saturday (9/2) will benefit Hurricane Harvey victims. 
  • A Heirloom, 20% of proceeds from their darling Texas shaped cutting boards will go to to the Texas Diaper Bank. 
  • Please check out the list of organizations to contribute to directly to those impacted by the tragedy at Bethany of Cloistered Away.
  • If you’ve heard of anyone that had horses impacted by the flooding, my friend and horse trainer, Alex is offering her services to house or help traumatized animals.
  • Gret from Donorsee is funding by getting gasoline to the ‘Cajun Navy. Though those heroes probably aren’t using boats anymore, looks like they still haven’t reached their goal.’ See his video here.
  • Friend and fellow Austinite, Jamie Ivey, is collecting ‘Welcome to Austin’ baskets for those displaced by the flood.
  • Follow Small Shops for Houston because they have a TON of small businesses donating with purchase.


Locally, Austin Christian Fellowship, is responding and we’d love your help!

Thank you for considering helping out our neighbors impacted by Harvey.