Hurricane Harvey Softball Families Needing Help

Hurricane Harvey Softball Families Needing Help

There is an immediate need of help for families in South Texas and the surrounding areas in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey. A lot of families have lost everything, including some of our softball families. Help support our softball community with a donation. We have included additional info on the organizations affected, with links if you would like to donate or help. Thank you.


 

Impact Gold Organization has begun a concerted effort to help our Impact Gold family in Houston and surrounding areas through their time of need in dealing with the flooding of Hurricane Harvey.

We would ask our friends in the softball community to help in anyway possible. If you would like to donate any items (blankets, towels, toiletries, clothing items, socks, Target GC, HEB GC, Walmart GC or Food GC please send them to:

Impact Gold Organization
11601 Shadow Creek Parkway #528
Pearland, TX 77584

Anything you can send for this cause will be greatly appreciated. Our organization will work to get anything sent to those affected.

Thank you for any help you are able to offer, and thank you for the continued thoughts and well-wishes for our families and the city of Houston.

#HoustonStrong
#IGStrong
#hoUSton

Here is the link to donate to our relief fund: (all funds go directly to families)
https://www.paypal.me/IGBetheImpact

Jazz Jackson Vesely
Program Director, Impact Gold Organization
jazz@impactgold.com


The HTX Firecrackers have 4 families that were flooded out of their homes from Hurricane Harvey.

Please help in getting these families back to normal as soon as possible. They are still assessing the damage and I have asked for a list of what they need in the next few days/weeks to get back on track.

Your thoughts and prayers are appreciated! #fchtx #Firecrackers #playwithhonor #texasstrong


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 Hurricane Harvey.