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Hurricane Harvey – How can you help?


A personal share from Lennox Scott:

Hurricane Harvey hit Texas on Friday as a terrifying category 4 hurricane – one of the biggest to batter the US mainland in more than a decade. The deadly storm ravaged the Gulf Coast with storm surges, flash flooding, and devastating winds. The hurricane has now been downgraded to a tropical storm and, as of today, nine people have died, but the rains continue.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the victims.  Once the rains recede and the immediate life-threatening conditions abate, it will take years for the people of Texas to recover from the devastation.  Please consider helping out, if not through the REALTOR® Relief Foundation,than through some other relief organization.    download-1

When a major disaster strikes, the REALTORS® Relief Foundation has one goal: help families who have endured unimaginable loss. The REALTORS® Relief Foundation is currently coordinating efforts for relief in the gulf coast cities and in the greater Houston, Texas, area due to unprecedented flooding left by Hurricane Harvey.

Please click here if you can donate.  The link will take you to the REALTORS® Relief Foundation’s donation page.

The REALTORS® Relief Foundation was established to provide to needy victims of disasters (including, but not limited to affected relief and rescue workers), and their families, assistance with housing-related needs arising out of such disasters, and for other charitable purposes permitted under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. The Foundation may elect to provide assistance primarily or solely to victims who are members of the National Association of Realtors®.Once you have filled in all your contribution information, please scroll to the bottom of the form and click “Submit Contribution” to continue the process. Transmission of your contribution and credit card information may take a few minutes; please do not click the Submit Contribution button more than once or you will receive an error message.

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