Hurricane Recovery: Help Now
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Humanist Disaster Recovery is now raising funds to assist those most in need in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey. This storm surpassed all rainfall predictions, and according to the University of Wisconsin - Madision CIMSS was a thousand year storm. South Texas has had three five-hundred-year flooding events in the last three years, including Harvey.
FEMA estimates that 450,000 people will apply for assistance. About 80% of Texans do not have flood insurance. There are currently 33,800 people living in temporary shelters. Approximately 200,000 people are still without power as of 9/1.
All Hands Volunteers (AHV) is as the first beneficiary for Hurricane Harvey Humanist Disaster Recovery (HDR) funding. AHV has a proven track record in assisting with disaster recovery in the Houston area, as the organization worked with Fort Bend County residents affected by flooding in 2016. FBB has thoroughly vetted AHV, who received a HDRD grant last year for recovery efforts related to Louisiana flooding.
FBB thanks the American Humanist Association for supporting this Humanist Disaster Recovery effort.
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