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WHAT IS H4H?

Humanity for Houston is a collective of individuals spanning multiple cities and states in a joint effort to coordinate support for those effected by hurricane Harvey

 

HOW ARE H4H DONATIONS ALLOCATED?

All donations will be driven to Houston and surrounding areas and given to those directly effected by hurricane Harvey.

 

DOES H4H ACCEPT MONETARY DONATIONS?

In order to focus strictly on the material needs, we are not accpecting monetary donations. If you would like to contribute financially, please donate directly to the Greater Houston Charity Fund at  https://ghcf.org/hurricane-relief

 

HOW CAN I ORGANIZE DROP POINTS(S) IN MY CITY?

Please email humanity4houston@gmail.com for details

 

ARE DONATIONS TAX DEDUCTABLE?

H4H is a group of individuals helping others in need. We are not set up as a charity so unfortunately any item donations made or H4H will not qualify for a tax deduction. If you wish to help and take advantage of a tax deduction please consider donating monetarily to the Greater Houston Charity Fund at https://ghcf.org/hurricane-relief/

 

HOW DOES HUMANITY 4 HOUSTON WORK?

 

H4H focuses on donatations to provide relief and sustainability to the city of Houston and surrounding areas affected by Hurricane Harvey. H4H collects clothing (school uniforms for children and suits/dresses for adults), shoes, socks, backpacks/dufflebags, school supplies, toiletries, diapers, adult diapers, medical supplies, baby food, pet food/supplies, trash bags, gloves, portable charges and anything that is requested by the city of Houston. It is our mission to distribute donated items in a respectful and equitable manner, directly to the people who need it most. Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund - GHCF ghcf.org

 

 

 

FAQ

FOR DONATIONS OR VOLUNTEER INFO, PLEASE CONTACT: HUMANITY4 HOUSTON@GMAIL.COM

First responders are working on thousands of rescues and calls continue to come in. Harris County Sheriff’s Office along has completed more than 2200 rescue operations. We are also seeing many citizen rescue attempts. If you receive calls offering volunteer help, please direct them to:

 

General Volunteers

•American Red Cross, (866) 526-8300, http://www.redcross.org/

•Volunteer Houston, (281) 656-1533, http://volunteerhouston.org

•Texas Gulf Coast VOAD, http://txgulfcoastvoad.org/

VOLUNTEERS

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