St. Andrew's Response to Hurricane Harvey

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What can I do now?

St. Andrew's has established a fund  to support St. Andrew's Hurricane Harvey Ministry. 

You may give online by clicking the  above Give Now button.


If giving by check, please make check out to St. Andrew's and note Hurricane Harvey in the memo line; mail to:

St. Andrew's Episcopal Church

917 Lamar Street

Fort Worth, Texas  76102


Saint Andrew’s is committed to offering the care and compassion of Christ to the individuals and families of South Texas who have been affected by this traumatic disaster. We are partnering with our Bishop, other parishes in our diocese, and other dioceses and parishes across the affected areas in South Texas to target and efficiently deliver relief to the most needy recipients. We are collecting money, food, clothes, baby supplies, school supplies, and cleaning items for those who have been displaced to Fort Worth and for delivery those who experienced the hurricane’s destruction and flooding in Houston and the South Texas Gulf Coast.


Pray:

Intercede for the people of Houston, South Texas, and indeed the entire Gulf Coast who have been affected by Hurricane Harvey in your prayers. Pray for those who are assisting in the recovery on the ground, and those who are coordinating the efforts of our nation, government, and churches.


Volunteer:

Would you like to help coordinate the effort here in Fort Worth and Tarrant County or would you like to be part of a mission work team traveling to Houston or the Gulf Coast to assist in the clean up and rebuilding effort? Go online to volunteer at st-andrew.com or contact Dennis Ward at dw@swsand.com or Howard Lovett at hwlovett@aol.com to volunteer.


Contribute Goods:

The church is accepting donations of non-perishable food, new and lightly used clothes, cleaning supplies and other items for delivery to those affected by the storm and flooding. You may deliver items to the church Parish Hall between the hours of 9-4 pm, Monday through Friday, or bring them with you on Sunday morning. Please ring the door buzzer for weekday access to the Parish Hall either through the front door on Lamar Street or the East Door alley entrance. Tax receipts are available. Click here for a downloadable list.


Needed items include, but are not limited to:

Bibles

Food:

We are accepting donations of non-pershiable food and cases of water. All food should be in its original packaging. Food prepared at home cannot be accepted. Tarrant Area Food Bank has identified the following items as needed most:

  • Hand-held snacks(Ex: granola bars, beef jerky, protein bars) 
  • Pop-top/peel-back meal kits (Ex: chicken salad and cracker kits) 
  • Canned soup or chili with pop-top Canned meat with pop-top (Ex: tuna) 
  • Single-serve boxes of cereal
  • Packaged nuts, trail mix or dried fruit
  • Peanut butter in plastic jars or packets
  • Individual cups of applesauce or fruits with plastic or pop-top
  • Shelf-stable milk, breakfast shakes or protein shakes
  • Canned fruit or vegetable juice with pop-top Baby food and formula

Clothing, Towels, and Bedding: Priority items:

  • Baby wipes and diapers
  • Men/women/children socks and underwear in new packaging
  • Shoes Blankets and towels
  • Plus size clothing

Cleaning and Recovery:

  • Particle dust masks
  • Contractor sized trash bags
  • Bug repellent
  • Shovels
  • Household cleaning supplies
  • Heavy duty rubber gloves
  • Clorox wipes Bleach
  • Paper towels
  • Batteries
  • Sunscreen

For further information please contact: Dennis Ward dw@swsand.com 817-832-7433 Howard Lovett hwlovett@aol.com

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