How to help Central Texas flooding victims

How to help Central Texas flooding victims

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Austin Disaster Relief Network

ADRN is raising donations to help flood victims that are seeking assistance. Funds will be distributed directly to families in the form of gift cards.

To make a donation go to www.adrntx.org/index.php/ways-to-give/central-tx-floods-relief-fund or mail a donation to:

Austin Disaster Relief Network

PO Box 3817, Cedar Park, TX 78630

Attn: Central TX Floods Relief Fund (001)

The Austin Disaster Relief Network opened a warehouse to accept donations at the Oak Meadows Baptist Church in southeast Austin to help those affected.  The warehouse is behind the main church building.

Hours of operation will be:

Friday 12:00-7:00PM

Saturday 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Sunday 1:00 - 6:00 PM

Oak Meadows Baptist Church

6905 South I-35

Austin, TX 78704

 

American Red Cross of Central Texas

Donate by Check or In Person

American Red Cross of Central Texas

2218 Pershing Drive

Austin, TX 78723

Make a Donation by Phone

Give using your credit or debit card by calling (512) or (800) 928-4271. We accept MasterCard, Visa, Discover and American Express.

Text REDCROSS to 90999

Make a $10 donation to American Red Cross National Disaster Relief.

Go to http://www.redcross.org/tx/austin/ways-to-donate for more information on how to donate

 

Salvation Army

Volunteers are needed to work in four-hour shifts to monitor the washers and dryers for the next week. In addition, we are asking for financial donations to support our disaster relief efforts.

The Salvation Army uses 100% of all disaster donations in support of disaster relief operations. Financial donations can be made in the following ways to support The Salvation Army local response to the Central Texas flooding:

ON-LINE: www.salvationarmyaustin.org

MAIL – Send checks to The Salvation Army, PO Box 1000, Austin, Texas 78767.

TEXT to PLEDGE: Text HELPAUSTINAREA to 41444. Include your name and the amount you want to donate.

The Salvation Army is currently not able to accept donated goods for the Austin area flood disaster relief. Financial donations are greatly appreciated and will help support our ongoing relief efforts.

United Way


The United Way of Greater Austin has made it easy to help flood victims.  Text U-W-A-T-X to 8-5-9-4-4 or give online at UWATX.org/flood

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