Shop For A Cause: Helping Hurricane Harvey Victims

August 28, 2017

I talk about shopping, a lot. If you feel the need to shop this week I want you to make it count. I challenge you to forgo the Starbucks coffee this week and donate that money or spend it on something that helps those in need.  Hurricane Harvey has affected millions of Texas in Houston and along the Gulf Coast.

Luckily, Milton and his family have remained safe and dry in Galveston. The island did not receive the devastating winds and rainfall that other areas of Texas are suffering greatly from. I’ve been here in Austin for the duration of the storm.

If you are looking for ways to help I’ve put together a list with links of different companies, brands, and businesses going out of their way to offer support.

Shop For A Cause

Madison Grace Shop is selling their Stamped Bar Necklace for just $10.49 and will be donating a portion of the proceeds to the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund that will provide temporary housing, healthcare, food and other supplies. Deal ends 9/8/17 at midnight!

Sweet Caroline Designs out of Shreveport, LA has designed this gorgeous Texas Art print and is donating 50% of sales to flood victims.

May Designs is donating 100% of sales from their Texas Collection to relief efforts in Texas.

Tomorrow (8/29/17) Kendra Scott is donating 50% of online sales to the American Red Cross. You can’t tell me there’s not a new Kendra piece you’re not dying to add to your collection.

Daisy Faye Designs is donating all proceeds from orders placed today and tomorrow (8/28-8/29/17) to flood relief efforts.

Texas Sweet Tees has designed the cutest shirt to raise money for Hurricane Harvey victims. It is available for preorder now. They’re donating 75% of proceeds!

Elaine Turner is donating 20% of sales online and in store through Tuesday (9/5/17) to the American Red Cross. If you’re in the North Texas area, they are accepting gently used clothing to aid victims.

Magnolia Market is donating 100% of proceeds from this tee to Hurricane Harvey disaster relief efforts. Hang any shirt on shiplap and I want it.

Rustic Cuff out of Oklahoma has marked down their State Monogrammed Cube necklace from $110 to $29 (say whaaa) and are donating ALL proceeds to the Red Cross. Available in silver and gold.

Longhorn Fashions will be donating a portion of their sales to relief funds. Shop online here.

Senita Athletics is donating 15% of all sales today (8/28/17) to the Houston Food Bank.

Brides of Texas is donating 50% of magazine sales from this week to the American Red Cross. This includes Brides of North Texas, Brides of Austin, and Brides of Oklahoma.

James Avery is donating 100% of sales from their “Deep in the Heart of Texas” charm

Or simply text HARVEY to 90999 to donate $10 to the American Red Cross.

Head over to Texas Monthly and  Houston Chronicle‘s website for more ways to help.

I realize that I haven’t even scratched the surface with this list of brands and stores that are donating to help those in need. If you know of someone else donating proceeds to Hurricane Harvey relief efforts please let me know! I’ll be updating this post as often as I can.