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How to Help Victims of Harvey

How to Help Victims of Harvey
08.29.17
Mikalee Byerman

The following are links to organizations vetted by two media outlets in the affected areas.

As curated by the Texas Tribune:

As curated by WBRZ-TV in Baton Rouge, Louisiana:

  • The Louisiana Cajun Navy is in Texas actively helping in search and rescue efforts. To donate to their costs of fuel or their other expenses, click here. 
  • You can help transport animals with the Humane Society of Louisiana or donate to cover food and transport costs here
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