(WSVN) - In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, a number of charities and businesses are working to help the victims of the storm, which devastated many parts of South Texas. Here are a few ways to help those in need.
A couple is hoping to fill their truck before Thursday with donations. They are also taking monetary donations via GoFund Me.
Davie Golf Club is collecting donations for the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund. Make a donation of $10 or more and Davie Golf Club will reward your generosity with a FREE bucket of range balls, and a FREE draft beer. They are collecting donations now through Sept. 11 so stop by the Davie Golf clubhouse and contribute by check or cash. Look for the Hurricane Harvey donation bucket.
The United Way of Miami-Dade has begun a special operation to help victims of Harvey. To make a donation:
Call 305-643-2501 or 2-1-1
You can also send a check payable to Operation Helping Hands, c/o United Way of Miami-Dade, P.O. Box #459007, Miami, Florida 33245-9007.
Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Miami is accepting monetary donations, saying 100-percent of the money will be used for Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. To donate, click here.
OneBlood is collecting blood to send to Texas. For the hours and locations of OneBlood Donor Centers and Big Red Bus drives, visit www.oneblood.org/donate-now or call 1-888-9DONATE (888-936-6283).
The American Red Cross is also accepting donations for Hurricane Harvey victims. To donate, click here.
Apple has also teamed up with the American Red Cross to create an iTunes store link where you can donate to their Harvey relief fund.
The Salvation Army is accepting donations here.
The Greater Miami Jewish Federation is also accepting donations for Harvey victims here. Checks with the notation “Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund” can also be mailed to:
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
4200 Biscayne Blvd.
Miami, Florida 33137
For more information, call (305) 576-4000.
The Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Miami is also accepting donations. To donate, click here.
Convenience store Wawa has also announced a chain-wide effort to raise money for Harvey victims. Customers can add donations to their purchase in order to raise funds for the victims. Wawa also said they will match the first $50,000 of customer donations.
The Miami Dolphins have also started accepting donations for Texas flooding victims by hosting a donation drive which lasts through early September.
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