Want to help but don't know where to start?
If you're someone who wants to help but don't know what organization to support beyond the Red Cross, we've compiled a list of other organizations that will also need support in the coming weeks and months.
More than anything, many of these groups need financial help, but some are also accepting supplies from local donors.
Here are 26 organizations that need support in the wake of Hurricane Harvey:
In addition to providing emergency supplies such as food, water, and medicine, it will also help support the rebuilding and recovery period to follow.
The group is sending Hurricane Preparedness Packs to people on the ground in Texas and has committed $200,000 to local response efforts.
The company is waiving all administrative costs while still providing the Host Guarantee insurance coverage.
They're in need of supplies such as baby formula, diapers, hand sanitizer, nonperishable food, sweatsuits, socks, towels, bottles of water, soap, shampoo, toothpaste, blankets, and pillows. More information can be found on the George R. Brown website.
The group's website lists a number of ways to help out financially, by volunteering, or by fostering pets.
Trans individuals have a history of being turned away from shelters during disasters, making the relief fund necessary for survival.
To help those affected by the storm outside the Houston area, the United Way also has a list of additional recovery funds.
A wide range of causes are covered on that page, from individuals trying to raise money for home repairs to getting hot meals to evacuees.
Note: As is always the case with charities, it's a good idea to do a quick search on Charity Navigator before making a donation to any organization.