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Legacy Collective
Hurricane Harvey Disaster Relief Fund

Legacy Collective is committed to partnering with local organizations who are doing great work, with boots on the ground and leaders from the affected community, who are committed to sustainability.

Today you can either give a ONE TIME DONATION that will be used 100% for hurricane relief or JOIN our giving community in make a lasting impact!

Legacy Collective is made up of a tribe of givers who commit to a monthly donation from $10 to $250. Our investors then nominate, approve, and distributed quarterly grants to amazing organizations all over the world. Last year we gave more than a dozen grants from $20,000 to $124,000 to organizations who are pioneering new and sustainable solutions to systemic social issues. Since our inception less than two years ago, we’ve given more than a million dollars to everything from foster care reform to sustainable housing for disabled homeless veterans, to staffing hospitals and schools in third world countries to helping develop one of the most effective family empowerment and community development programs to date. We’d love for you to join us and now might be a great time. If you join, your first months donation will go directly to Hurricane relief. Click the HERE to find out more.




Aug 31st – Harvey is finally on the move and will spread heavy rain through the lower Mississippi and Ohio Valleys through Friday, potentially causing additional flooding along its path.

Aug 28th- 30th –  Harvey begins to moves northeast toward the gulf increasing flooding and at risk situations in East Texas and spreading into Louisiana.

Aug, 27th – Storm runoff has caused the Colorado River and tributaries downstream of Austin to rise and exceed flood stages at many locations. Houston and surrounding areas experiencing severe flooding.

Aug, 27th – Flooding increases as rain continues across central and southeast Texas.

Aug, 26th, 1pm – Harvey downgraded to a tropical storm still with 70mph winds.

Aug, 26th, 10:30am – First tornado reported in Missouri City, TX (southwest Houston suburb).

Aug, 26th, 10:00 am – Harvey is a Category 1 hurricane with 75 mph winds. Moving at only 2 mph.

Aug 26th, 9:00 am – Hurricane sitting nearly stagnant, moving only 6 mph but with sustaining winds. Heavy rainfall beginning in south central Texas. Heavy flooding expected.

Aug 26th, 8:00 am – Currently assessing hurricane impact & needs.

August 26th, 5:00am – Hurricane is slowly being downgraded but barely moving across Texas, Creating a severe threat of flooding & possibly tornadoes.

Aug 25th, 10:00 pm -Harvey made landfall near Rockport, Texas with winds of 130 mph at 10 pm CDT.

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