How to begin helping after the storm

How to begin helping after the storm

Many of us have family and friends displaced and experiencing damage from Hurricane Harvey. Below are some sources of information and ways to begin helping. Please donate and volunteer as you are able, but before you do so, please read the information below. Visit our diocesan disaster resources page for additional links and information.

Bishop Scott Mayer statement

Bishop Scott Mayer has issued a statement that concludes with this prayer:

“May God hold close all who have died, all the people suffering from this storm, and all the people working to help them. ‘Tend the sick, Lord Christ; give rest to the weary, bless the dying, soothe the suffering, pity the afflicted, shield the joyous; and all for your love’s sake.’ Amen.”

Read the complete statement here.

Before you donate, read this

The Rev. Sharon Alexander, rector of Trinity Episcopal Church, Baton Rouge, and her congregation have learned a lot about helping after hurricanes and flooding. She compiled of list of things to consider before you begin cleaning out your closet and opening your wallet to donate. Helping After Harvey

Helping in DFW
Episcopal Relief & Development

Neighboring Dioceses

Our neighbors in the dioceses of Texas and West Texas have been severely affected by Harvey, which is a more devastating storm than most people anticipated. As the rains continue, the links below provide more information and opportunities to assist those near us.

Diocese of Texas
Diocese of West Texas

This page will be updated as more information becomes available.

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