Join the Hurricane Relief Network

Thousands of hurricane victims need your help. That's why you should join the Hurricane Relief Network.

Harvey was the biggest hurricane to hit the U.S. since 2005 and the biggest to hit Texas since 1961. The storm dropped up to 50 inches of rain on the Houston area and killed 70 people. More than 30,000 people have been forced to seek emergency shelter.

Harvey was followed by Irma and then by Maria. This trio of hurricanes caused widespread damage across Texas, Florida, and Puerto Rico.Read more

Louisiana Floods

Responding to the Louisiana Floods

Over the past two weeks, Louisiana has been hit by catastrophic flooding, in what is being called the worst natural disaster to strike the U.S. since Hurricane Sandy.

Southeast Louisiana was struck by torrential rainfall beginning on August 12th, with some communities receiving more than 20 inches of rain. The storm dropped 3 times as much rain on Louisiana as Hurricane Katrina and caused widespread flooding, damaging more than 40,000 homes and thousands of businesses. Because the area had no history of flooding, the majority of homeowners did not have flood insurance and might not be able to repair or rebuild their homes.Read more

Flint Needs Your Help

The city of Flint, Michigan, is in a state of crisis. For more than a year, the city’s water has been dangerously contaminated, leading to nationwide outrage.

The problem begin in April 2014, when in an attempt to save money the city switched from drinking water provided by the city of Detroit to water from the Flint River. The Flint River’s water turned out to be corrosive, causing lead from aging pipes to leach into the water supply and leading to extremely elevated levels of lead in the city’s drinking water.Read more

Oxfam America

Syria's Refugees Need Your Help

The Syrian refugee crisis has rapidly developed into the largest humanitarian disaster of the 21st century. You can help by fundraising for Oxfam America, a leading group that has staff and volunteers on site and is providing food, shelter, clothing, medical care, and other supplies to refugees.

When disaster strikes, we organize students to raise money and awareness for emergency response efforts.Read more