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Find Relief Organizations Helping Victims of Hurricane Irma & Harvey in Florida & Beyond

Our resource list includes only reputable, vetted organizations helping victims of Hurricane Irma and Harvey.

Large Relief Organizations Helping Victims of Irma & Harvey:

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The American Red Cross is working throughout the US and internationally to assist hurricane victims. Click here to donate, or text REDCROSS to 90999.

Amazon is also providing donation processing services for the Red Cross and matching donations made through their site up to 1 million dollars. You can donate on the Amazon website, here

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UNICEF USA is assisting survivors of Hurricane Irma and Harvey. Click here to read about their efforts and donate.
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The Salvation Army is accepting donations towards their Hurricane relief work. Click here to donate, and follow their relief efforts here.
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Save the Children is assisting vulnerable families and children affected by Hurricanes Irma and Harvey. Click here to donate, and follow updates on their work on their Facebook page.
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Heart to Heart International provides pop-up medical clinics and care in the the US and internationally. Click here to learn about their hurricane relief efforts and donate.

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Water Mission provides clean drinking water worldwide, and will be focusing on making sure the hardest hit areas of the Caribbean have access to drinking water in the aftermath of the hurricane. Click here to read about their efforts and donate.
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Oxfam’s aid work is widespread, but includes assisting evacuation ahead of the storm, and assisting in cleanup in hurricane ravaged areas. If you’re interested in aid outside the US, Oxfam is one to support. Click here to donate, and follow their relief efforts on their Facebook page.
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Global Giving is a charitable giving crowdfunding website, with funds centered around a number of missions. They also have a 4 star rating from Charity Navigator. You can donate to both Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma relief funds.

Send Supplies To Hurricane Victims Through The Amazon Wishlists of These Organizations:

Sending donations of physical items through Amazon wishlists means that charities don’t have to allocate precious resources to sorting and storing unneeded items!

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The Red Cross says “Because it takes so much time and money to store, sort, clean and distribute donated items, the Amazon Wish List Program is the most effective way to donate commodities to help.”

Click here to easily donate supplies to hurricane victims through the Red Cross’ Amazon wishlist.

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Texas based Merritt Law Firm is collecting supplies for victims of Harvey. They’ve created a large Amazon wishlist with everything from flashlights, to first aid, to food.

Click here to shop on Amazon and donate physical items to victims of Hurricane Harvey. 

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Refugee Services of Texas is seeking donations to help provide resettlement services to refugees and other victims of Hurricane Harvey. Their Amazon wishlist includes many basic household items, dictionaries, baby supplies and more.

Click here to shop on Amazon and donate items to refugees affected by Hurricane Harvey. 

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The Texas diaper bank asking for donations of diapers and wipes to help families affected by Hurricane Harvey. If you’re in the area and want to help out, be sure to follow their Facebook page for volunteer opportunities.

Click here to shop on Amazon and donate items to vulnerable families affected by Hurricane Harvey. 

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While many people donate used clothing, obviously underwear is more difficult to donate, but is an essential for evacuees. Enter Undies for Everyone. The Houston based charity has put together an Amazon wishlist chock full of sensible undies you can donate to hurricane victims.

Click here to shop on Amazon, and donate much needed underwear to hurricane victims.

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Support the Girls offers underwear and feminine hygiene products to needy women. In the case of disasters, these are items that aren’t generally provided by shelters. They’re distributing supplies to both Texas and Florida.

Click here to shop on Amazon and donate hygiene items to women affected by Hurricane Irma and Harvey.  

Help Animals Affected by Hurricane Irma & Harvey:

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The Humane Society of Broward County in Ft Lauderdale, Florida is caring for pets displaced by Hurricane Irma. In order to make space for the anticipated influx of animals, they transferred many adoptable pets to California, so they’re in need of items like pet carriers.

Click here to shop on Amazon and donate items to help animals in Florida.  

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The Animal Defense League of Texas, a no-kill shelter, is seeking donations of pet supplies to help displaced pets in Texas.

Click here to shop on Amazon and donate pet supplies to the animal victims of Hurricane Harvey. 

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The Austin Humane Society is housing a large number of animals from areas devastated by Hurricane Harvey. They’re put together an Amazon wishlist to request much-needed supplies to deal with this influx.

Click here to shop on Amazon and donate supplies to the Austin Humane Society.  

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The SPCA of Texas has an Amazon wishlist full of pet supplies needed to help care for evacuee’s pets. You can also follow their relief efforts on their Facebook page.

Click here to donate to pets in Texas through the SPCA’s Amazon wishlist.

Volunteer Your Time to Help Victims of Irma & Harvey:

Please do not “self-deploy” to disaster areas. Check first with relief organizations in those areas to find out how you can help and whether they’re able to house volunteers from out-of-town.

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The American Red Cross is looking for volunteers in the US and Caribbean to assist hurricane victims. Click here to find out more.
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Volunteer Florida is coordinating volunteers for Hurricane Irma relief, including Red Cross shelter training. Click here register to volunteer.
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The National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster is helping to coordinate volunteers in the US, and US territories. Click here to register to volunteer. 
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Samaritan’s Purse is a Christian organization looking for volunteers for Harvey relief efforts in Texas. Click here for more information and to register.  

Shops with a Purpose- Items and Sales with Proceeds going to Hurricane Victims:

Coming soon! Please use the contact form to submit details if your organization is selling merchandise to benefit hurricane relief.