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BlackAmericaWeb Relief Fund Relief Fund benefits individuals and families who are victims of publicly declared disasters. Via Colorlines Donate.

Support Black Women HOU

The ask is a simple one – instead of giving to organizations, we are encouraging you to give DIRECTLY to support Black Women displaced by

Homeless Period Project of Austin

Distributes tampons, pads and other menstrual related items to homeless folks and those displaced by the storm. Via Colorlines Donate.

Transgender Foundation of America Houston

The organization has created a relief fund that will assist Gulf Coast trans, intersex, and genderqueer survivors recover from this disaster. Via Colorlines Donate.

The Way Home

 The Way Home is coordinating shelter options during and after the storm. Donate.  

SHAPE Community Center

 Since the storm made landfall in Texas, SHAPE has mobilized to help the people of Houston stay safe and find shelter. Via Colorlines Donate.

Living Hope Wheelchair Association

Serves populations with spinal cord injuries and other disabilities.  The organization has been conducting direct rescues since the hurricane made landfall. Via Colorlines Donate.


 A Texas-based nonprofit legal advocacy group, has been working to find housing for immigrant families stranded by ICE after being released from detention centers. Via Colorlines  

Black Women’s Defense League

World on My Shoulders (WOMS) and @blackwomensdefenseleague (BWDL) have been fielding phone calls since last night from activists in Houston. They’ve been telling us what

Feeding Texas

Feeding Texas will be utilizing mobile food banks. We move millions of hungry Texans toward food security through a statewide network of food banks, and