Hurricane Florence Relief Help and Donation Options

Hurricane Florence is hitting the east coast with over a million people having to be evacuated due to the storm which may be the largest the Carolina’s coast that has hit thus far. Hurricane Florence has been slowly formulating as it hits inland and the main concern now is major flooding and power outages!

Most of the Nation is wondering how we can help and the best way right now is donating; the last ALL the coasts need is to have people trying to drive over and help while possibly putting their lives in danger. That said below are some ways you can contribute to those going through the Hurricane Florence and continue to contribute to their hurricane and flooding relief efforts. Continue Reading →

California Wild Fires Donation Websites

It’s been 10 days since the first California Wild Fire started on December 5th with hopes of containing the fires so it doesn’t spread more north. Below are the current status of those counties effected by this horrible disaster per Business Insider as of yesterday: Continue Reading →

Happy Giving Tuesday: List of Charities to Donate to For the Holidays

Happy Giving Tuesday! This Holiday season why not try something different by donating to a charity as a Holiday gift. We have created a list of charities that you can donate to for the Holidays and for Puerto Rico disaster relief. Below are the lists and though we can’t list every charity on the planet here some great donation ideas for the Holiday season. Continue Reading →

Hurricane Harvey Update: 8 Free Shelter Sites by HIPCAMP, HISD Update and Donation Information

As we continue disaster relief from Hurricane Harvey we still have a lot to rebuilding here in Texas. Per Reuters, Hurricane Harvey floodwaters had encroached on at least 30,000 properties in the two counties, with a total market value of $23.4 billion. Reuters also estimated 26% is land value; the rest is buildings and other improvements. In Harris County, where Reuters was able to determine the property’s use, about 18% of the affected property is residential. As of today there are more than 103,000 individuals and households had been approved for FEMA assistance worth more than $66.4 million but that is not all the victims and the count continues to grow. Continue Reading →