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U.S. Disaster Relief Fund


This year's devastating hurricane and wildfire seasons has left many people without basic necessities - a roof over their heads, food to eat, and warm clothing for the winter months. The nonprofits chosen for the U.S. Disaster Relief Fund focuses on supporting nonprofits who are on the ground providing food and nutrition to the affected communities in California, Texas, Florida, and Puerto Rico.

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Redwood Empire Food Bank

Redwood Empire Food Bank (REFB) is the largest hunger-relief organization serving north coastal California, from Sonoma County to the Oregon border. Thousands of evacuated family members and those who lost homes in the North Bay’s devastating wildfires have received more than a million pounds of vital victuals from Redwood Empire Food Bank’s emergency campaign. Learn more at:

Houston Food Bank

The Houston Food Bank has a history as a disaster-relief organization that provides food support for short and long term recovery for residents of southeast Texas who are struggling to rebuild. Currently, the Houston Food Bank's greatest need is for funds to help provide relief and continue recovery efforts. Donations will be used for disaster relief until this year's needs are met, and the remaining funds will support ongoing hunger-relief efforts. Houston Food Bank provides service to an 18-county area of southeast Texas, the majority of which has been affected by Hurricane Harvey, the greater Houston metropolitan, population 6.4 million.

Heart to Heart International, Inc.

Heart to Heart International (HHI) has been going to some of the hardest-hit and remote areas of Puerto Rico bringing medical relief to people cut-off from the outside world. With teams in 15 different locations around Puerto Rico, HHI is committed to helping affected families by providing medicines, medical care, and humanitarian aid.
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Feeding South Florida

Feeding South Florida works in close partnership with SERT, EOC, and FEMA to ensure that food, water and other disaster supplies are staged pre-storm to support shelters. Post-storm, FSF rapidly deploys resources where they are most needed, and was critical in aiding the disaster relief efforts for Hurricane Irma.

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