“A Woman decided to brave the storm and stay in her house during the flooding. She ended up getting sick because of all the mold that was affecting her home. She is still keeping her faith in that her home will be restored to its original condition.”
I still believe there is a lot of people that need help; they need people to help them. One family at a time.
“With the decline in media coverage of Hurricane Harvey’s aftermath, it’s easy to drive around Houston and surrounding cities and think things are “back to normal.” For tens of thousands of families, this couldn’t be further from the truth. These families are still displaced or living in unrepaired homes. The number of volunteers engaging in the recovery effort has also dwindled, slowing down the rate at which families can be helped.”
“Houston Responds, and it’s partner coalitions have launched the “Far From Finished” campaign to raise awareness of the crisis that still exists in our communities and to engage more volunteers through local churches to expedite recovery for families in need.”
The Houston ToolBank is posting this series of videos to remind our network that there is still an incredible amount to be done. Houston Responds and the churches that are a part of their coalition is just one of many groups who need you to pitch in and help your neighbors.