Help Victims of Hurricane Harvey Through Treasure Valley Businesses
Hurricane Harvey is now known as the costliest disaster in U.S. history with an estimated cost of $190 billion. Help is needed and we can do so right here in our city.
T-Mobile in Meridian
T-Mobile Employees are loading up a truck and driving it down to the areas of flooding in Texas. Donations are being accepted if you'd like to be part of this major shipment to help individuals and families who literally have nowhere to go and nothing with them.
- Blankets (new)
- Non-Perishable Food
- Baby Wipes
- Baby Food
- Baby Formula
- Basic Care Items (wipes, feminine hygiene products, etc)
From now until September 5th at 9:00 p.m. you may drop items at the T-Mobile Call Center at 3265 E. Goldstone Drive, Meridian, ID 83642.
Customers who donate money will make an even bigger impact with Albertsons matching first $200,000. The company will go directly to several disaster relief and outreach organizations that are on the ground in Southeast Texas including the local Salvation Army, the American Red Cross and other respected organization that provide disaster outreach in the region. Just go grocery shopping and you'll be in the perfect place to help.
BBQ 4 Life
A Boise restaurant is teaming up with a national charity who is already on the ground in Texas making the donations simple to put to use quickly. Donations are being collected at BBQ 4 Life at Vista Village on the Boise Bench. Brad Taylor, the owner of BBQ 4 Life will take donations to Texas and meet up with members of Operation BBQ Relief who are cooking meals for anyone displaced during the flooding.