The needs in Texas are growing – you can help.

Last week’s winter storm dealt a terrible blow to Texas as thousands of homes lost power as large swaths of the state’s grid went down. Texans running low on food are finding empty grocery store shelves. Food pantries are running out of supplies. And the freeze has wiped out substantial portions of the state’s citrus and vegetable crops. Millions of residents remain under a boil-water advisory. Scores of people have been injured or have died due to the storm with numbers sadly expected to rise during recovery efforts.

Already hit hard by death and unemployment due to COVID-19, Black and Hispanic communities have suffered greatly from the winter storms. They tend to live in neighborhoods with older homes, more vulnerable pipes and fewer food options. All of this has made it harder to withstand the cold temperatures and power outages.

The need is immense and the network of responses is vast. Impact Cubed has vetted the organizations below and is making donations to support their efforts.

Impact Cubed will match your contributions to these organizations up to a total of $18,000.

Let us know in the form below that you donated, and we will match your generous gift! Thank you for helping the recovery in this time of crisis.

If you would prefer to have Impact Cubed direct your donation to the greatest need, please click here to donate through Impact Cubed. Include “Texas Recovery” in the Purpose field.

Austin Disaster Relief Network
Managing a comprehensive response throughout Travis County. Deploying hundreds of volunteers to launch and support warming centers and shelters; transport food, water, generators and other supplies; and assist with clean-up work.

Communities Foundation of Texas, North Texas Winter Weather Crisis Relief Fund
Providing emergency financial assistance and support for long-term recovery needs through area nonprofits.

Feeding Texas
Network of 24 food banks across Texas serving thousands without access to food, power, and water.

Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA)
Contributions will flow to communities throughout Texas and elsewhere hit by the freezing weather, allowing them to get through the immediate emergency and rebuild from this disaster.

Save the Children
Delivering critical supplies to transit shelters along the state’s southern and western borders with Mexico. Newly arrived families seeking refuge are already struggling to stay healthy and are now fighting to keep warm.

United Way of Greater Houston
Providing resources for emergency financial assistance, food, housing, legal aid, plumbing/flooding repairs, insurance claim support, and mental and physical health.