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Disaster Recovery Resources

Central Texas Disaster Recovery Resources

On this page you will find resources relevant to the ongoing disaster recovery efforts in our surrounding communities.

Informational Resources:


For more information and water testing, please contact:


For Donors/Volunteers:

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Support financially

  • Central Texas Red Cross: 91 cents of every dollar the American Red Cross spends is invested in humanitarian services and programs. Donate by Check or In Person at American Red Cross of Central Texas 2218 Pershing Drive Austin, TX 78723. Make a Donation by Phone Give using your credit or debit card by calling (512) or (800) 928-4271 FREE. MasterCard, Visa, Discover and American Express.

  • Texas State University has set up an “Online Giving” page for individuals who would like to provide monetary donations to assist with flood relief assistance.

  • Donate to Wimberley Flood Victims here, and mention "Legacy Mutual" in the comments of your donation for $25,000 in matching funds.

  • Make a donation to the Wimberley Valley Watershed Association (WVWA) here and follow onFacebook for updates.

  • KVUE How to Donate (Hays County)

Support with food, water or other donations

  • In San Marcos, donations are being accepted at- "Old" Target 200 Springtown Way Suite 150 They are in need of - All cleaning supplies including mops, buckets brooms, squeegees, non-perishable food items baby diapers, wipes, formula. Your support of the Hays County Food Bank will have an immediate and substantial impact. With your help, the Hays County Food Bank can feed families who have lost everything in the aftermath of the floods. Please Donate Now so these funds will be immediately available to provide relief to the flood victims and all the hungry people in Hays County. For other information contact the Volunteer Reception Center at 512.753.2320 or Call Center at 512.754.2275

  • Hays Kids in Need is a page where people from anywhere can connect on Facebook and help families in need due to losses suffered in the recent flood.

Support with equipment and labor

For the most up to date information regarding flood relief and resources within the surrounding communities, please visit one of the following websites: