KOLD CARES: How to help victims of Hurricane Harvey - Tucson News Now

KOLD CARES: How to help victims of Hurricane Harvey

(Source: American Red Cross Southern Arizona Chapter) (Source: American Red Cross Southern Arizona Chapter)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Relief organizations and private citizens are deploying from all over the country to provide relief after Hurricane Harvey, but you don't have to be a volunteer to help out.

KOLD held a phone bank Monday Aug. 28, 2017 to help our local Red Cross Southern Arizona Chapter raise money for relief efforts in south Texas. More than $22,000 was raised to help Texas residents get back on their feet.

You can always donate online at www.redcross.org, or by calling 1-800-RED-CROSS. You can also text the word REDCROSS to 90999 to make a $10 donation.

Other groups you can donate to include:

Tucson-based World Care

United Way

The Salvation Army

JJ Watt Foundation

Americares

Save the Children

The Greater Houston Community Foundation

GlobalGiving

Tucson Helps

Great Meal, Great Cause

Sullivan’s Steakhouse, which has 53 locations across the county, is hoping to raise $1 million for the recovery effort.

The company will donate 20 percent of its sales through Monday, Sept. 4.

Sullivan's Steakhouse of Tucson is located at 1785 E. River Road. Their phone number is 520-299-4275.

Support Texas T-Shirts

Aladdin Graphics on Tucson's west side is printing the T-shirts to help the victims of Hurricane Harvey.

The initial batch will be 1,000 shirts, each selling for $20.

The company said at least 85 percent of the proceeds will go the the JJ Watt Foundation in Houston. The rest will simply cover the cost of making the shirts.

Pet Supplies

A Tucson non-profit is collecting pet supplies to send to the victims. Cody’s Friend’s Charity is used to helping local pets in need but when they saw the devastation in Houston, they knew they had to help. You can drop off donations  at 4702 North Flowing Wells Road.

Yard Sale

Local animal hospital, Cimarron Animal Hospital is hosting a community wide yard sale, where proceeds will be donated to aid in the rescue and care of pets, animals affected by Harvey.  

Participants can set up a table to sell their stuff.  According to a release those who participate are asked to donate at least 50 percent of their proceeds to help.  The yard sale will take place on Saturday, Sept. 2 at Cimarron Animal Hospital, 180 North Harrison Road from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. 

For more information please contact Rachel at Cimarron Animal Hospital 886-1125 or via email at rachel@cimarronah.com.

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