Welcome to the Fuse giving page. When Fuse employees donate through this page to the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund, the company will make a matching donation, as well as cover the fulfillment fee so that 100% of your money goes directly to those in need. 
Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund
Hurricane Harvey has caused widespread, catastrophic flooding and damage in Texas and along the Gulf Coast. This fund will provide relief to survivors in the form of emergency supplies like food, water, and medicine in addition to longer-term recovery assistance to help residents recover and rebuild. All donations to this fund will exclusively support relief and recovery efforts from this storm.
Hurricane Harvey Disaster Relief
Food relief for Gulf Coast areas directly impacted by Hurricane Harvey and for evacuees seeking shelter in Hidalgo, Cameron and Willacy counties in deep South Texas.
Help Texas Recover after Hurricane Harvey
Beginning as a tropical storm and fueled by unusually warm Gulf water, Hurricane Harvey made landfall on Friday, 25 August 2017, as a category 4 "major" hurricane, with wind speeds of 130 mph. Harvey's enormous destruction comes as a result of strong winds, torrential downpours, significant storm-surges and devastating flooding. Now considered to be one of the worst disasters to hit the US, All Hands Volunteers is responding to the millions of Texans reeling from the disaster.
Hurricane Harvey's "Cases of LOVE" Relief Drive
A charity of nurses has created vital care packages called, "Cases of LOVE." As pediatric nurses, we know Texas may soon be facing an unprecedented health crisis. Our most precious and vulnerable flood ravaged infants and children are at risk. Their little bodies are now primed for illness, Post Traumatic Stress Disorders and Failure-to-Thrive issues. Our Cases Of Love, care packages are pillow-cases stuffed with love, and the needed nourishing supplies to help them survive and thrive.
BakerRipley/ Hurricane Harvey Relief
BakerRipley has an important role in disasters. We are currently operating the Emergency Shelter at NRG Center in partnership with NRG, and Harris County, assisting thousands of neighbors in need. After the flood waters from Harvey recede, we are responsible for assistance with long term recovery. Working in collaboration with other agencies, we pick up after the initial emergency responders and work on helping people restart their lives.
Women & Children Focused Hurricane Harvey Response
COHI's team is watching Hurricane Harvey closely and we are ready to respond. Our allies living and working in the communities directly in the storm's path are bracing for flooding, storm surges and high winds. COHI will respond by prioritizing the unique needs of vulnerable women and children, as is our mission. Our response will focus on meeting the needs of our allies in South and Central Texas to provide women and children with the services and resources they need.
Hurricane Harvey Children's Relief Fund
Flooding, heavy rains and tornados related to Hurricane Harvey continue to put millions at risk, including nearly 3 million children in the Houston area. Save the Children's emergency responders are on the ground helping kids and families. Save the Children knows from decades of experience that children are the most affected in the wake of emergencies and disasters, and often their needs fall through the cracks. Children need to be a priority-Save the Children is on the ground responding.
Hurricane Harvey Texas Relief Fund
Gordon and his family are just 1 family in a small neighborhood in south Texas that is living in their once water logged, now tattered home. There are over 20 families in this neighborhood that need help repairing their homes. When we met Gordon we recorded this video. This is when we found out that he is a Desert Storm Veteran and the local postman. Living a simple life in a small town in Texas. A neighborhood devastated by mother nature that needs your help to repair their homes.
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