THE SPIRIT OF HOSPITALITY & THE STRENGTH OF TEXAS

When Hurricane Harvey hit Southeast Texas in August 2017, it left behind up to $180 billion in damages. As the state works to recover, restaurants are here to respond. 


Volunteers at Antone's Po'Boys make sandwiches Tuesday to deliver to shelters, first responders and people at Texas Children's Hospital. (Photo and caption from Chron.com)

Volunteers at Antone's Po'Boys make sandwiches Tuesday to deliver to shelters, first responders and people at Texas Children's Hospital.
(Photo and caption from Chron.com)

The restaurant community is one of the most generous – from supporting the local little league to feeding thousands in emergencies. In the wake of the devastating floods across Texas as a result of Hurricane Harvey, the National Restaurant Association, Texas Restaurant Association, and Greater Houston Restaurant Association have received an outpouring of support and requests to provide relief for our industry brothers and sisters as they move towards recovery.

In response, we have launched the Restaurants Respond project, created a tracker to capture all the various fundraisers, and have vetted suggested charities to receive these funds for distribution back to the effected industry community members.  

Please use this site to connect with local charities, report your fundraisers, find resources and get involved.



$16,900,645 Raised!
As of 11/02/2017
Giving Tracker

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