You can support flood victims by dropping off needed items at your nearest Habitat ReStore. We have locations in north and south Fort Worth, Arlington, and Johnson County. Directions and store hours available at TrinityHabitat.org/ReStore.
Suggested items include: toiletries, feminine hygiene products, blankets, underwear, socks, diapers, wipes, baby formula, bottles, and playpens. All items should be new and in sealed packages.
As donated items start rolling in, Trinity Habitat staff will deliver them to flood victims in need. You can let others know by downloading our Harvey relief flyer (see below) or sharing our Harvey relief posts at Facebook.com/TrinityHabitat.
This is just the beginning. Trinity Habitat for Humanity is committed to the long term relief, cleanup, and rebuilding efforts in the Gulf Coast!
Our Senior Director of Construction and some of our staff spent several days helping “muck out” the homes of Houston Habitat families. 123 Habitat homes in Houston alone were under several feet of water.
We are making plans for cleanup volunteer trips, and once it is time for rebuilding, you can be assured that Trinity Habitat will be ready to support our fellow Texans. Building quality, safe homes is what we do best!
In addition to the relief items you can drop off, all ReStore shoppers will have the option to roundup their purchases and have the difference go to support our long term plans to help the Gulf Coast rebuild. This means that a $12.20 purchase can be rounded up to $13 and we’ll contribute $0.80 to relief efforts.
You might have also heard about our One Day, One Home Giving Campaign that is happening this week. In light of the devastation in the Gulf Coast, if you would like your donation to go towards our efforts to support those affected by Hurricane Harvey, please type “Harvey” in the donation notes field. Remember, all donations up to $30,000 will be doubled this week when you donate at TrinityHabitat.org/OneDay.
Follow us at Facebook.com/TrinityHabitat for the latest news on our Harvey relief efforts and how you can get involved.