HOUSTON — The winter storm in Texas has left so many without power, running water and food across the state.
If you would like to help those trying to recover, here are several ways to contribute.
How to help Texas residents during the winter storm
Texas Relief Hub Launched
Today GoFundMe launched a centralized hub identifying all verified fundraisers created to help those who have been affected by the devastating winter storms across Texas.
The hub will be updated on a regular basis with new fundraisers that have been verified by the GoFundMe Trust & Safety team.
Find, share, and support individual fundraisers through the centralized hub here: https://www.gofundme.com/c/act/texas-winter-storm
American Red Cross
Mutual Aid Fund
Feeding Texas has a comprehensive list of food banks across the the Lone Star State.
The Salvation Army is offering its facilities as respite centers for warmth, feeding, and shelter for those facing homelessness and for those in need.
Bread of Life
You can donate to Crowdsource Rescue, which has been activated to help those in Texas.
AirBnB’s Open Homes
Participate in AirBnB's "Open Homes" program by either opening up your spare space to those in need or by donating.
More Help in the Houston Area
Burns Original Bar-B-Que
The Burns family will give away free meals in conjunction with BossLife, World Central Kitchen and Certified 1501 Ent.
When: Sunday, Feb. 21
Where: 8307 De Priest St., Houston, TX 77088
Molina Healthcare of Texas
Molina Healthcare of Texas is funding 200 hot meals from Viet Alley Restaurant to Houstonians in need this Sunday in response to the winter storms this week.
When: Sunday, Feb. 21 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Where: Viet Alley Restaurant, 1210 Bellaire Blvd #133, Houston, TX 77072
Jimmy Changas, 300 Westgreen Blvd.
- 300 Meals from 11 a.m.—10 p.m.
Jersey Mikes Subs, 7670 Katy Fwy.
- 375 meals from 10 a.m.— 9 p.m.