There are several organizations and coordinated efforts coming to the aid of those affected by the devastating impact of Harvey. Here are some organizations you can support in those efforts:

The Salvation Army is accepting donations. People who are able to volunteer their time are also able to register through the organization as a disaster volunteer to help with food service, counseling and social services.

Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner has established the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund. The fund is accepting donations for victims that have been affected by the recent floods. The efforts are being administered by the Greater Houston Community Foundation.

The Houston Food Bank is accepting donations and volunteers.

Samaritan’s Purse is on the scene in Texas tarping damaged roofs, chainsawing fallen trees and cleaning up storm debris.

The LGBTQ Hurricane Harvey Disaster Relief Fund will help community members displaced by the storm. The fund is being manged by the Montrose Center — Houston’s LGBTQ counseling and community center —and is on call to help homeless youth, seniors, people living with HIV, hate crime survivors and those devastated by the storm.

Heart to Heart International is dropping off hygiene and health kits to response centers.

The crowdfunding website Global Giving is trying to raise $2 million to provide “food, water, and medicine in addition to longer-term recovery assistance” to Harvey’s victims.

The crowdfunding service GoFundMe also has highlighted stories of people who are suffering as a result of Harvey.

Portlight Strategies is working to address the urgent needs of those who are disabled.

Airbnb has waived fees for people affected by Harvey who check in through Friday. It’s also connecting people who need a place to stay with people who are offering space free.

The South Texas Blood & Tissue Center and Texas-based Carter BloodCare are accepting donations.

Several organizations are offering aid to displaced pets, including Dallas Animal Services and the SPCA of Texas.

The Texas Diaper Bank is assisting people with small children.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) suggests checking out the National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster for a list of trustworthy organizations.

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