Hello ladies! I know many of us want to do whatever we can to help those affected by the hurricane. Many donation centers have been overwhelmed, so as a club we will be focusing, mainly, on financial donations for other parents of multiples. If you are able and would like to, see below for some ways to give. There are also places to sign up to donate specific items to specific clubs if you don’t want to just send money.
Texas Mothers of Multiples
The state organization for mothers of multiples has set up an official page for Hurricane Harvey Relief.
Northwest Houston Mothers of Multiplies (NWHMOM) has 4 or 5 families affected by the storm. If you want to donate to their assistance efforts, you can send money to paypal.me/nwhmom. Everything collected will go to the families and anything extra will be donated to other relief groups. They also have a Sign Up Genius with specific needs.
Bay Area Mothers of Multiples (BAMOM) is accepting monetary donations and specific goods. More information about specific needs, drop off and shipping information, etc. will be posted in their Facebook group, BAMOM Hurricane Harvey Relief.
Contact Katy Area Parents of Multiples for more information and specific needs.
The Woodlands Mothers of Multiples (WMOM) is accepting monetary donations through their website.
Martha Growdon is the president of Fort Bend Parents of Multiples (FBPOM). She and her family must rebuild their home and try to keep their business running during the recovery. Click here to contribute to their fundraising efforts.
Sarah Fuentes in Houston has a high-risk pregnancy and is due with twin boys any day now! They have a long and expensive road ahead of them to replace lost items and rebuild their home so it is safe for their babies. Donate via her YouCaring page.
Catherine Hillin is a friend of PAMOM member Heather Cox and fellow quad mom in Beaumont. They’ve lost everything and sure could use help. Contact Allison Flynn on Facebook to donate gift cards or money directly.
Adopt a Classroom
Sun, Sand and Second Grade links groups, families, or school classes in other cities with teachers affected by the hurricane.