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How to help victims of Hurricane Harvey

As the 2017-18 school year begins for students nationwide, the horrible impact that Hurricane Harvey has had on Texas’s families weighs heavily on the hearts and minds of students, teachers, and leaders from across the country.
 
We’ve heard from several of our colleagues in Texas and have begun sharing on social media the different ways our network can help. Please join the National Alliance in supporting those impacted by donating to these fundraisers combating the horrific effects that Hurricane Harvey has had on their school’s community.
 
While the strength of the charter school movement comes from our ability to be different and innovative we have never stopped uplifting each other in a time of need. Please help those in Texas’s school community that are in need of dire support.
 
You can donate to the victims of Hurricane Harvey by clicking on any of the below links.

The Texas Charter Schools Association has set up a webpage with resources and information on how to assist. They have also set up a fund that will go directly to students, families, and charter schools impacted by Hurricane Harvey.

The U.S. Department of Education has established a webpage to provide answers to questions and share information related to Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. 

We will continue to update this post with additional ways to help victims of both Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma as information becomes available. Please share any information you may have in the comments section.