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Active Disasters

Helping our neighbors in times of need.

On May 2, 2024, severe storms impacted much of northeastern Texas, including northeast Harris County and Montgomery County. While the impact of Hurricane Harvey was more widespread geographically, hundreds of households have experienced similar levels of rainfall amounts and flood levels as that historic event.

The Greater Houston area was hit for a second time by a severe wind and rain event on May 16, 2024. Due to previous flooding and continued power outages, it is not yet safe for many people to return to their homes. 

The Greater Houston Disaster Alliance (Disaster Alliance), a philanthropic partnership established by Greater Houston Community Foundation (Foundation) and United Way of Greater Houston, has launched the Severe Weather and Derecho Recovery Fund (Fund) to support individuals and families affected by the severe storms, derecho winds, tornadoes, and flooding events that occurred between April 26 and May 17, 2024.

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