On August 1, 2018 Unity in Disasters was able to send 1,200 school kits to Cross Church in Brownsville, Tx. for distribution to children at the Mexico border.
Volunteers inside Houston warehouse where we have sent over 20 truck loads of donations for distribution.
Delivery truck #25 - Andy (Truck Driver) helping unload semi trailer in Houston Texas from three counties in North Carolina.
Unity in Disasters delivered supplies to two different churches in Houston.
Power outage map for Texas
Texas Status Update and Information Page
Unity In Disasters, Inc. has dedicated this page to TXVOAD members in the event of a EMAT level 1 or 2 disaster. The purpose of this page is to exchange information and provide update, in addition to links to other related agencies for quick viewing of their information and news releases. This page may or may not be available to the general public per request of the TXVOAD President; however, other agencies who are non-members will be provided access through TXVOAD (by permission only). Unity in Disasters’ goal is to assist the community with ideas and solutions to help maximize the efforts and resources for all organizations. Normal channels of communications are encouraged, however this tool has its place as we all seek to improve overall effectiveness. Please contact TXVOAD President or Unity in Disasters with any questions pertaining to this page and its information.
Unity Efforts – Harvey 2017
From August 29 - September 30 through our donors and partners we have accepted and distributed:
Even though most were given for Harvey relief in the Houston area, 7,000 pounds of chicken went to Jacksonville Florida and 90,000 pounds of relief supplies are for Puerto Rico relief. (9/29/17)
We are operating a point of distribution and partnership with the city of Houston to support over 150 houses of worship. This includes distribution of over 200 pallets of donated relief supplies from our donors. In addition, we have provided over 60 pallets a combination of food and supplies operating in Pasadena, TX.
We also have been donated three more tractor trailers of relief supplies to support the Pasadena point of distribution. On September 15, we will receive a donation currently being processed for 35k bottles of water to support both houses of worship warehouses in Pasadena, TX distribution sites. Finally, we will support our network of sister agencies that operate two mobile kitchens that we anticipate feeding once shelters close down and survivors are transferred to hotels based on FEMA relief aid, for a minimum of six weeks. (8/30/17)
Unity in Houston, Texas: Following the major flooding the first week of April 2016, we have provided over 1100 hot meals over a two week period, debris removal from over 400 homes and logged over 2500 volunteer hours. Unity has also distributed free cleaning supplies for over 400 families. Operating out of Cross Bridge Church as our first POD (Point of Distribution) of three and NACC being the lead agency, the community has been served through a collaboration of agencies. (5/1/16)