Houston, Texas was rampant with submerged roads, power loss, tornado warnings, and widespread damage as Hurricane Harvey’s unyielding  rain fell over the nation’s fourth most-populous city. The catastrophic aftermath likely destroyed more vehicles than any other natural disaster in U.S. history, according to several early estimates.

The storm may have ruined up to one million vehicles along the Texas Gulf Coast. In the Houston area, about one in seven cars may have been destroyed.  Thousands of homes became unlivable.


In and around Houston, very few people have flood insurance; only about one-sixth of all homeowners.  Homeowners and renters alike will find out that their buckled floors and moldy walls aren't covered by their standard homeowners’ policy.


United States Poverty Project is working with our partners to tend to the needs of the Gulf Coast children. Their desperate need for relief is evident, but without your help their needs will not be met.

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Poverty Project

*This donation is tax deductible ( EIN 82-1037258)  and goes specifically to the Puerto Rican Island.

Texas

Puerto Rico

This donation is tax deductible (EIN 82-1037258)

and goes specifically to the Gulf Coast Crisis.

Unlike material donations, cash involves no transportation costs, shipping delays, or customs fees. It also enables relief organizations to spend more time providing aid by spending less time managing goods.


 Disaster Relief

United States Poverty Project

Puerto Rico Suffered one of the worst natural disasters in history. And now most Americans who live there don't have the basics; food, water or electricity

While about 5 percent of electricity had been restored across the island by Monday night, generators remain the only source of power for more than 3 million American citizens.

The storm killed at least 16 and left the island littered with rubble from demolished homes and downed trees and power lines.


United States Poverty Project is currently working with our partners and responding to the needs of the children. We are coordinating closely with the local partners on the ground to assess the specific needs of children and families during this horrific crisis.


We need your generosity to support our efforts. Your donation will help us protect vulnerable children and provide desperately needed relief to families.

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