Where to Give for Hurricane Harvey Relief

Donating is as easy as it is necessary

Austin events and businesses are making it easy to give in the wake of hurricane Harvey. Find other donation sites and charitable organizations here.

Wright Bros. Brew and Brew

Donating $1 from all beers sold this week towards hurricane Harvey recovery.

Paramount Theatre: Free Admission to Red Cross Donors

Patrons are encouraged to donate $10 to the Red Cross by texting REDCROSS to 90999. Show the text to the box office and receive free admission to a Summer Classic Film.

St. Elmo Brewing

Donating $1 from every pint of Rain- Helles Lager to the Houston Flood Relief Fund throughout the week. Also collecting clothing, food, water, and monetary donations.

Oasis Restaurant on Lake Travis

Staff members will be delivering items like bottled water, non-perishable food, toiletries, diapers, trash bags, and work gloves to Houston as donations come in. Drop off items from 11:30am - 8pm at the host stand or Oasis Gift Shop.

New Stompin Grounds

Collecting clothes, toiletries, canned goods, and water until September 2.

Fourth Tap Brewing Co-op fundraiser

Wednesday, August 30

100% of the day's profits will be going to the Houston Food Bank. Also collecting non-perishable food items and cleaning supplies.

Daybreaker ATX: Wild Things

Wednesday, August 30

A portion of ticket sales will support Counter Balance ATX's relief efforts. Also accepting canned good donations.

Benefit for Hurricane Harvey Victims with Guy Forsyth, Carolyn Wonderland, and friends

Thursday, August 31

Guy Forsyth has turned his scheduled show at Antone's into a benefit concert featuring local artists.

Hurricane Harvey Benefit with DJ Mel

Thursday, August 31

Native Hotel is hosting a monetary donation drive on Thursday featuring DJ Mel. They will also be collecting supply donations throughout the week in collaboration with HOPE. Learn more here.

Body Rock ATX: Beyonce vs. Kanye

Friday, September 1

BodyRockATX will be hosting a canned good drive as well as donating a portion of ticket sales to Counter Balance ATX's relief efforts.

Human Influence Presents: Unfiltered Austin Benefit Concert

Friday, September 1

100% of the proceeds from this local hip-hop event will be donated to the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund by Global Giving. Featuring the Teeta, Omenihu, Slim Gravy, and more.

Houston Strong - Benefiting the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund

Friday, September 1

See performances from Walker Lukens, Black Joe Lewis, Octopus Project, Otis the Destroyer, and more. All proceeds will benefit the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund.

Beyonce vs. Rihanna

Saturday, September 2

Cheer Up Charlie's will be raising funds for the Red Cross as well as collecting diapers, toiletries, water, clean clothing, canned goods, blankets and other donations.

Batch Craft Beer & Kolaches

Saturday, September 2

Batch will be offering a "Hatch Recovery Kolache" made with Micklethwait's Craft Meats and a special keg of Yellow Rose IPA from Lone Pint Brewery in Houston. All proceeds from this special keg and kolache will be donated directly to the Red Cross. There will also be live music by Cotton Mather, Darin Murphy, Noah and the Megafauna, Phil Hurly, and more.

Rotel Vegas Chili Cookoff!

Sunday, September 3

Proceeds from this chili cookoff and concert will benefit the Houston Food Bank.

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