Donations for Texas

There are a lot of great people and organizations in the Farmington area pulling together to send some relief to those in Texas feeling the effects of Hurricane Harvey. Below are some of the groups raising funds and gathering supplies to send.

There are a lot of great people and organizations in the Farmington area pulling together to send some relief to those in Texas feeling the effects of Hurricane Harvey. Below are some of the groups raising funds and gathering supplies to send.

 

 

City of Farmington

Often during disasters community members wonder what they can do to assist in the recovery process. If you, or anyone you know, are looking for a way to help residents of Texas during the events of hurricane Harvey, please click here.

 

American Classifieds

Drop donations off Wednesday or Thursday 8-4 or Friday 8-3 at American Classifieds office at 928 E. Main. Items needed: Clean Blankets, food that doesn't need to be cooked or refrigerated, pillows, sheets, towels, OTC Medicine, Clean Shoes, Water Filters, Bottled Water, Hygiene products, baby stuff, adult diapers, Bug Spray, Solar Shower Bags, Face Masks, Hand Towels, Baby Wipes, Disposable Gloves, Trash Bags, Tarps, etc. We don't have a TON of room, but we'll send what we can and then try to find further transportation if needed.

 

The American Red Cross

The American Red Cross is accepting donations through their website:

www.redcross.org

 

Detailz Boutique

100% of profits from Aug 31 sales for Detailz Boutique will go to Houston Humane Society. I will be At A Beautiful Mess 4:00-6:30 - let's help the animals too - it's the only thing some people have left.

 

The Dyed Poppy

Join the Dyed Poppy September 7th from 4-7 pm over by Costa Vida as we give back 20% of our proceeds from that night to the Texas Diaper Bank to help them with their Hurricane Harvey efforts.

 

Four Corners Hope for Houston Facebook Group

Donation Drop at Sam's Friday starting at noon.

Disaster Relief Items Needed: Diapers, adults and baby; Pull-ups; Baby Wipes; Baby Food; Baby Blankets; Water; Hand Sanitizer; Paper Towels; Toilet Paper; Trash Bags; Cleaning Supplies; Feminine Hygiene Items; Toothpaste; Toothbrushes; Combs; Hair Brushes; Hairspray; Shaving cream; Razors; Deodorant; Contact Lens; Solution; Contact Lens Cases; Soap; Shampoo and Conditioner; Dry Shampoo; Towels; Wash Cloths; Back packs; Tote Bags; School supplies; Stuffed Animals; Kid sized blankets; Non Perishable Food Items; Tools; Work Gloves.

Hope for Houston Facebook Event Page

 

Garcia & Co. Jewelers

Effective IMMEDIATELY! A lot of us in the 4-Corners have friends and family in South Texas! We're praying and donating $3 from every Angelica bracelet we sell until further notice to the Houston Salvation Army to help feed first response personnel and displaced Houstonians!

 

Peach's Neet Feet

We are Texas Strong and are happy to be part of the aid and relief. 100% of proceeds (after production) will go to this effort and not to Peach’s Neet Feet.

 

By purchasing this t-shirt, Peach's Neet Feet can hustle kindness to children and families already dealing with a childhood diagnosis, that have experienced hardship in the form of displacement and loss from Hurricane Harvey. We will be teaming up with hospice organizations, social workers from Texas Children's Hospital and MD Anderson to identify the children/families that need resources.

 

Pinon Hills Community Church

We are praying for everyone affected by the hurricane. This Sunday please join us in sending toiletries, socks, underwear, shorts, shirts, feminine products, and diapers. We are sending a truck on Monday.

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