Charities Providing Direct Relief from Hurricanes
The following are 501(c)(3) U.S. charities providing direct aid and support to individuals and families affected by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, Jose, Katia and Maria. When recommending a grant, please indicate “Hurricane Relief” as the purpose of your grant to ensure that the charity correctly designates your gift.
We encourage our donors to research all charities and charitable impact prior to entering a recommendation for a gift.
American Red Cross (EIN 53-0196605)
The American Red Cross is working around the clock along the Gulf Coast to help the thousands of people whose lives have been devastated by Tropical Storm Harvey and Hurricane Irma.
Americares: Hurricane Relief Fund (EIN 06-1008595)
Donate to provide emergency medicine and supplies. Americares is reacting to Hurricanes Harvey & Irma by responding to the urgent needs for people in Irma’s path and distributing water and medical aid in Texas.
Catholic Charities USA: Hurricane Relief (EIN 53-0196620)
Catholic Charities USA is the official domestic relief agency of the US Catholic Church. Your donation supports disaster response and recovery efforts including direct assistance, rebuilding, and health care services for those affected by hurricanes.
Jewish United Fund: Jewish Federation 2017 Hurricane Relief (EIN 36-2167034)
All funds collected will provide relief for the thousands devastated by these disasters.
Habitat for Humanity (EIN 91-1914868)
Habitat for Humanity will be assessing and responding to shelter and housing needs caused by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.
Portlight Strategies and the Partnership for Inclusive Disaster Strategies (EIN 58-2299951)
Portlight Strategies offers emergency assistance to hundreds of people with disabilities affected by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma through their Hurricane Disability Hotline.
ShelterBox USA (EIN 20-0471604)
ShelterBox provides emergency shelter and tools for families displaced by natural disasters.
Salvation Army (EIN 13-2923701)
The Salvation Army is ready to provide physical, emotional and spiritual care to survivors and relief workers.
Caribbean, Haiti, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands
Convoy of Hope (EIN 68-0051368)
Supplies are being sent to the Bahamas, Barbuda, British Virgin Islands, the Caribbean, Puerto Rico, and Haiti.
Food For The Poor (EIN 59-2174510)
Food For The Poor is rushing aid to seven vulnerable areas in northern Haiti. Items being supplied are water, food, water boots, life jackets, hygiene kits, clothes, shoes, and medical supplies.
Oxfam-America (EIN 23-7069110)
Oxfam’s teams are closely monitoring conditions and are prepared to respond immediately providing safe water and sanitation for communities impacted by Hurricanes Irma and Jose.
UNICEF USA: UNICEF USA for Hurricane Relief (EIN 13-1760110)
UNICEF USA stands ready to provide water, shelter, protection, and health care to children before, during, and after crises.
Wings of Rescue (EIN 45-3343408)
Wings of Rescue is dispatching planes into the disaster zone to save displaced pets.
Diaper Bank of Central Florida (EIN 03-0511875)
A member of United Global Outreach, the Diaper Bank of Central Florida provides diapers and other toiletries to neglected and underprivileged communities in the wake of disaster.
Feeding South Florida (EIN 59-2097520)
Feeding America food banks are working together to provide relief for those affected by Hurricane Irma.
South Florida Wildlife Center (EIN 23-7086391)
The South Florida Wildlife Center responds to needs of orphaned or injured wildlife.
Southwest Florida Community Foundation: SWFL Hurricane Relief Fund (EIN 59-6580974)
The SWFL Hurricane Irma Relief Fund is providing relief to those in need in Lee, Hendry, Glades, Charlotte, and Collier Counties.
Volunteer Florida: Florida Disaster Fund (EIN 01-0973168)
The Florida Disaster Fund is the State of Florida’s official private fund established to assist Florida’s communities as they respond to and recover during times of emergency or disaster.
Animal Rescue New Orleans (EIN 51-0569173)
ARNO is accepting donations to aid animals displaced by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.
The Greater New Orleans Foundation: NOLA Pay It Forward Fund for Hurricane Relief (EIN 72-0408921)
Activated by the Mayor of New Orleans, the fund will provide resources for relief and rebuilding efforts for those communities impacted by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.
Junior League of New Orleans (EIN 72-6000609)
The Junior League of New Orleans is requesting donations to fund its Diaper Bank to assist those affected by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.
Louisiana Food Bank Association (EIN 27-0667900)
Louisiana’s Food Banks have been working tirelessly to respond to the effects of Hurricane Harvey.
St. Bernard Project (EIN 26-2189665)
Donations will go directly toward immediate relief and long-term recovery for families whose homes have been impacted by Hurricane Harvey.
Feeding Texas (EIN 74-2762542)
Feeding America food banks are working together to provide relief for those affected by Hurricane Harvey.
Greater Houston Community Foundation: Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund (EIN 23-7160400)
A relief fund established by Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner.
The Montrose Center: Hurricane Harvey L.G.B.T.Q. Disaster Relief Fund (EIN 74-2050245)
The LGBTQ Disaster Relief Fund will be used to help individuals and families begin to rebuild their lives through counseling, case management, direct assistance with shelf stable food, furniture, housing and more.
SPCA of Texas (EIN 75-1216660)
The SPCA of Texas is prepared to intake up to 300 animals affected by Hurricane Harvey if needed, and will evaluate capacity daily after that.
Texas Diaper Bank (EIN 74-2886380)
Texas Diaper Bank is providing diapers and other toiletries in packets for people who have been evacuated because of Hurricane Harvey.