Texas Conference Receives Grant for Harvey Relief

Date Posted: 11/20/2017

We are proud to announce that The Texas Annual Conference has received $500,000 in funding from the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund! 
These funds will be put to work to help repair around 50 homes and go toward rebuilding the lives of approximately 120 people in the Greater Houston area over the next 120 days.
The Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund (HHRF) was established to provide support and relief to those impacted by Hurricane Harvey in the Harris County and Houston area (which may include City residents in Fort Bend or Montgomery County). The fund was established by Mayor Turner and Harris County Judge Ed Emmett and is administered by the Greater Houston Community Foundation.
This HHRF is one of many critical philanthropic efforts across Houston and Texas that is supporting those whose lives have forever been impacted by this disaster. Because of the immense need in and around Houston, this fund is dedicated to filling the gaps that are not currently being met by other local and federal efforts on an immediate and longer-term basis.
Learn More about HHRF
Press Release from the City of Houston