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Hurricane Relief

  • Local South Florida Jeeper?

    Donate at Our Location

    1. Hours

    8:00 AM - 6:00 PM

    2. Address

    2031 SW 2nd Street
    Pompano Beach, FL 33069

    Acceptable Items

    Flashlight, extra batteries, battery-powered radio with extra batteries, first aid kit (bandages, aspirin, disinfectant swabs), canned foods, water, coolers for food storage, change of clothes for each household member, cell phone charger and car charger, books, games, toys for children, disposable plates and utensils, manual can opener, scissors, toilet paper, insect repellent, sunscreen, air mattress / air pump

  • OR

  • Donate Through Houston Flood Relief Fund!

    https://www.youcaring.com/victimsofhurricaneharvey-915053

Why We Want To Help?

Being headquartered in sunny South Florida, we understand the plight of those hit by Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma. As such, Morris 4x4 Center employees have set up a way to donate relief funds to the help families in need of supplies and support. Both hard-hitting hurricanes have produced insurmountable damage across Texas, Louisiana, Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, Barbuda, Cuba, Puerto Rico, and a number of other islands. Irreparable damage has befallen the homes and vehicles of thousands of families. Those who evacuated don’t know what to expect when they return home, or when their power will come back on. It’s up to us to do our best to contribute. Join us in helping our friends, families, and fellow Jeepers affected by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma by donating your time, money, or donations.

Other Ways to Help

Offer housing, donate blood and volunteer! People need gas and food and necessities for babies.


Major school district closures & cancellations due to Harvey
http://www.khou.com/news/local/harvey-houston-school-closures/466964073


If you are in Texas and need help check out the various Houston area recovery groups on FB "HAORR" Houston Area off road recovery.
https://www.facebook.com/groups/recoverychat/?fref=nf

Emergency Contact Info

Houston Fire Department - Dial 311
IMPORTANT: If you are awaiting rescue, prominently display a towel or sheet from a door or window so we can spot you, addresses are tough to spot.

Red Cross: Houston
713-526-8300

Red Cross: Beaumont
409-832-1644

Evacuation Routes
800-452-9292

Elderly & Disabled: Call 211

City of Houston Help Line: 311

Centerpoint Energy: 800-752-8036 ( 24hr reporting updates)

FEMA: 800-621-3362

Texas Attorney General
800-621-0508

Cajun Navy
281-464-4851 Cajun (Call 281-898-3016 or Text 337-581-3750)

United States Coast Guard posted additional phone numbers that were set up for people who are in danger and need to be rescued.
(281)464-4851, (281)464-4852, (281)464-4853, (281)464-4854, (281)464-4855

Med ER Rooftop Helicopter
(281)464-4851 & 1-800-323-7233

CenterPoint Energy
(713)207-2222 to report downed power lines to CenterPoint Energy

Residents can also call 311 or Houston Police's non-emergency phone number.
(713)884-3131

Where to Donate

• United Way Houston Flood Relief does great work and will need volunteers
•Orvis San Antonio, If you have an extra pair of waders, wading boots, or a rain jacket in good condition, please consider shipping them overnight to:

Orvis San Antonio
Attn: Landon Rowlett
Park North Shopping Center
7427 San Pedro Ave., Suite 104
San Antonio, TX 78216


• American Red Cross - Donations to the Red Cross for those affected by Harvey can be made online, or text HARVEY to 90999.
• YMCA Houston Flood Relief can also ext HOUSTON to 91999 to donate and will need volunteers
• Houston Food Bank is accepting donations
• HEB - They have tear pad donations at their stores. Not sure about direct donations.
• Greater Houston Community Fund - Fund set up by Mayor Turner
• All Hands - Can donate to Harvey relief fund.
• Americares
• JJ Watt's Houston Flood Relief Fund Crowd - already raised $500K since 8/27
• Texas AFL-CIO Workers Relief Fund for disaster relief workers
• Donations to the Salvation Army can be made online.
• Catholic Charities is accepting donations online, or text CCUSADISASTER to 71777 to donate.
• Airbnb is waiving all service fees for those affected by the disaster and checking in between Aug. 23 and Sept. 1.

Where to Volunteer

• YMCA Houston Flood Relief
• United Way Houston Flood Relief
• Lonestar Convention Center
• Lakewood Church - Regardless of your feelings on them, they are going to need a lot of help with the number of evacuees going there.
VolunteerHou.org - Connects you with the organizations seeking aid. They have a Harvey Response section.
• George R Brown Convention Center - This is the most popular volunteer site and is rapidly getting fully booked.
• Salvation Army Family Residence Shelter (1603 McGowen St, Houston, Texas 77004)
• NRG Stadium - taking on a large number of evacuees
• BBVA Stadium - they are taking immense number of donations and need help distributing among other things.
• MO Campbell Center - Red Cross Shelter needing aid
• Fire Marshall is looking for individuals with high water vehicles and boats to help with water rescues: call 713.881.3100

Support the Pets

• Best Friends Animal Society
• Hurricane Harvey Animal Rescue Needs & Offers to Help - Texas 8/2017
• Lost and Found Animals of Hurricane Harvey
Hurricane Harvey Animals

The Marine Animals

The storm surge was expected to shake up marine life and the Southeast Marine Stranding Network is on alert. NOAA Fisheries says if you see a stranded marine mammal you should not try to help it, but instead call their emergency hotline. You can reach them 877-942-5343. Marine mammals may enter waterways like lakes, canals, and levies and be in the area for weeks to months following a hurricane but must be rescued by trained and authorized responders.

Temporary Housing

**Temporary Housing - Seguin Hilltop RV Park.

UPDATE: We are full. I will keep updating if any spots become available. Thank you all who shared and were able to find these families a place to stay.

We can house at least 20-30 people in our facility at the RV Park in Seguin. Full kitchen and showers. If you know anyone coming towards Seguin from the coast or Houston, or anyone who can't get home, please let them know they can stay here at no cost 830.379.9998