Hurricane Harvey Relief

August 29, 2017

As of Tuesday morning, Harvey's havoc continues to pour down, three days after the storm rammed Texas as a Category 4 hurricane, unleashing a torrent of rain, turning streets into rivers and leaving thousands of residents stranded in flooded homes. Harvey, now a tropical storm with its eye hovering over the Gulf of Mexico, could still dump up to 15 inches of rain on portions of southeastern Texas and southwestern Louisiana − including the saturated Houston area, where thousands have been rescued and many more still wait for help.

Texas Governor Greg Abbott has activated the entire Texas National Guard in response to the storm, bringing the total number of deployed guardsman to roughly 12,000. The men and women of the Texas National Guard will assist in the ongoing search and rescue effort for Texans in immediate danger, and will be heavily involved in the extensive recovery effort in the aftermath of the storm. Guard members include a number of Carrington Associates like Lateisha Singleton, a Carrington Special Servicing Specialist in Plano, Texas.

How you can help
We’ve created a special page on the CCF website for the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund to process donations to aid the relief efforts. You can make donations here. We hope you’ll join the Carrington Charitable Foundation and the Carrington Companies in supporting relief efforts for those affected by Hurricane Harvey in and around Houston, Texas. All of the funds raised by CCF will go directly toward relief efforts supporting the victims of this disaster. Thank you for your support, and please keep the people of Houston in your thoughts.