Hurricane Response Updates

This page will stay updated with the most recent information about Hurricane Harvey and how you can help.

To help those affected by Harvey, we need all hands on deck. From volunteering to donating, here is how you can help.  Follow the links below to learn more.

Here's How You Can Help People Affected by Harvey | Laura Wamsley, npr.org

Children's Trauma Lasts Long After Disasters, Studies Show | Sarah D. Sparks, edweek.org

When the Storms Pass, Caring Adults Must Remain | Alma Powell, americaspromise.org

 

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'Helping After Harvey': Donations boost spirits of Houston hurrican victims | Scott Stump, Today.com

How to Talk to Your Kids About Natural Disasters | girlscouts.org

Houston School Superintendent Says A Lot Of Work Ahead To Open Schools | Laura Isensee, npr.org

How Schoolchildren Will Cope With Hurricane Harvey | Hayley Glatter, theatlantic.com

3 Ways to Be Prepared for an Emergency | Mei Cobb, United Way Worldwide

Hurricane Harvey is keeping over 200,000 kids out of school, and that could have long-term consequences | Chris Weller, businessinsider.com

The 'Second Disaster' Following Hurricanes: Years of Stressful Recovery | Robert Ferris, cnbc.com

Want to Help Hurricane Harvey Victims?  Experts Say Donate Cash | Pam Fessler, npr.org

The Legal Crises to Follow in Hurricane Harvey's Wake | Vann R. Newkirk II, theatlantic.com