Hurricane Harvey Relief Efforts

Hurricane Harvey Relief

Texans Helping Texans. That’s what our great state is all about. Businesses and individuals across the country are stepping up to help victims of Hurricane Harvey in the aftermath. Below is a non-comprehensive list of local member businesses collecting donations, volunteering, and providing services to those in need. (Please Note: this list is not comprehensive and will be updated regularly with new opportunities to help. Please check back regularly.)

1418 Coffeehouse – Collecting nonperishable food, clothes, and personal hygiene products through September 1.
American Red Cross – Text HARVEY to 90999 to donate $10 or sign up to volunteer at 
Carter BloodCare
– Blood and platelet donations
– Accepting sporting equipment, athletic shoes, backpacks, diapers, wipes, and dog food donations.
City of Plano
– The City asks all donations be delivered to Trusted World. CLICK HERE for an updated list of supplies needed.
College Hunks Hauling Junk
– Collecting diapers, formula, socks, toiletries, and feminine hygiene products on September 14 at the Downtown Plano Art & Wine Walk.
Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House
– Donating 20% of all sales from August 31-September 4.
Holiday Warehouse
– Collecting clothing, toiletries, cleaning supplies, bottled water, dog/cat food, diapers, formula, and more. A portion of all proceeds on September 4 will be donated to disaster relief efforts.
Hyatt Place Dallas/Plano
– Collecting toiletries and other donation items to distribute to relief operations.
iFratelli Pizza Plano West
– Sponsoring a lunch on September 3rd at Hyatt Place Dallas/Plano for anyone displaced by Hurricane Harvey.
Minnie’s Food Pantry
– Toiletries, new socks and underwear, diapers, bottled water, non-perishable foods
Norma’s Cafe Plano – Collecting clothes, pillows, blankets, toiletries, pet products, school supplies, and more.
North Texas Food Bank – Collecting food and monetary donations to send to evacuees, first responders, and the Houston area as requested by local and state officials.
Plano Magazine – Collecting diapers, formula, socks, toiletries, and feminine hygiene products on September 14 at the Downtown Plano Art & Wine Walk.
Sharon Corsentino Mediations – 10% of profits from September and October will be donated to hurricane relief efforts.
The Barre Code Plano – Donating $10 from every Labor Day Leap & Lunge Bootcamp on September 4th to Hurricane Harvey medical relief efforts. Sign up HERE.
Two Men And A Truck – Dog/cat supplies for animal shelters.
United Way of Metropolitan Dallas – A dedicated relief fund has been established to provide support to victims. 100% of funds collected will be distributed to nonprofits supporting relief efforts. CLICK HERE to donate.