Hand In Hand Hurricane Harvey & Irma Telethon: How to Donate
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Hand In Hand Hurricane Harvey & Irma Telethon: How to Donate

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Tonight at 8 p.m. ET/PT time delayed, airs the Hand In Hand Benefit, which is a telethon for the victims of Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma. Proceeds from the telethon will benefit the following charities – Rebuild Texas Fund, ASPCA, Best Friends, Direct Relief, Feeding Texas, Feeding Florida, Habitat for Humanity, Save the Children and United Way. Phone lines and text messaging will be open at the beginning of the show tonight. If you would like to phone in your donation, please call 1-800-258-6000. You can also text GIVE to 80077 to donate $25. Be patient if calling because the phone lines may be busy, but Billy Crystal announced they will be open all night.

If you would like to donate to the hurricane relief cause via Hand In Hand’s official website, there are a couple ways to do this. You can click here to access the online donation page. Enter your contribution information with an amount of money. Then, type in your name, address, email, phone number and payment info. Credit card or Paypal are accepted. Then, you can click the “Contribute” button to make your donation.

For those who would like to donate by purchasing Hand In Hand merchandise, visit the official website by clicking here. On the right hand side of the page, click “Merch”. Or, you can just click here to access the Hand In Hand shop. According to the store, net proceeds of the sale of all merchandise will support the Hand In Hand Hurricane Relief Fund, which is managed by Comic Relief USA. T-shirts, sweatshirts and caps are currently available. Sizes run from Small to 2XL.


There are tons of other companies and charities that are collecting donations as well. If you visit Red Cross’ website or call 1-800-RED-CROSS or 1-855-999-GIVE, you can provide donations. People can also text Irma to 90999 or text Harvey to 90999 to make a $10 donation. If you choose to go to the Red Cross website, first choose the amount you would like to donate or type in the amount. Then select which hurricane or disaster you are targeting for your donation. Click on the frequency of the donation and whether or not you would like to dedicate your donation to a loved one. The minimum amount allowed for online donations is $10.00.

When dedicating a donation, you will select either “In Honor of” or “In Memory of” and then you can enter their name.

Next, you will select your payment details, which is via credit card or by Paypal. If you choose credit, you will then be prompted to enter in your personal information for billing and finances.

Other websites and companies that are accepting donations include:

Americares
Apple
Catholic Charities USA
Global Giving
GoFundMe
Salvation Army
Save the Children
Unicef

There are also tons of companies who are featuring links on their websites to hurricane relief funds. For example, the Dunkin Donuts website and its stores are featuring ways to donate to the American Red Cross.

If donating to the Salvation Army, these are your options:
– Call 1-800-SAL-ARMY
– Text “STORM” to 51555
– Donate online at http://helpsalvationarmy.org

Donations are tax deductible.


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JOHN MAYOR

Will any of the funds be going to CLIMATE CHANGE RESEARCH!
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Please!… no emails!… Jesus is Lord!

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Jacquie

I agree…I tried the number on the screen to get info where I could donate at the first of the month of October..there has been nothing and the phone number on the TV screen was simply a Verizon number..I agree with anonymous.. Missing out on money from those struggling financially but willing to give what we can spare..even if it’s 2 dollars..I wish it had been easier to give.

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Leslie R Pardue

I have Boost Mobile and it is hard for me to get through because it goes to Verizon and I do not have an account with Verizon

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Allison

Who is administering the distribution of the contributions across all of the agencies and can I choose where I would like my donation to go? I would support Habitat for Humanity and the United Way, but I don’t know anything about the Texas organizations. Thanks – Oh and I would like to know what is going to Florida for Irma relief.

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Anonymous

1-800-258-6000 is NOT the correct number. We are currently trying to contact who is in charge but as on now I ask you not to call the number listed above. Thank you and sorry for inconveniences.

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Anonymous

I am employed with Ute Mountain Casino in Colorado and we received A LOT of calls from people trying to donate as well. We had to tell them it was the wrong number they were calling. Not sure what was going one but I’m glad you got through. :)

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Howard and Cynthia

Tried by phone and was to,d to hang up and try again after checking the number. The web site keeps telling us that our email address is incorrect so our donation is not accepted.

I wonder how many other people are having the same problem.

We have already donated to the Red Cross but want to donate to Hand and Hand.c

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Dawn

Getting verizon service ctr on phone when i call..CONTINUE D over and over mostly busy but when got through its verizon

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Howard and Cynthia

Would love to give but the web site will not accept my information. Tried the phone and was told to hang up and look up the phone number. The telephone providers and web site need to be brought up to speed.

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Tom Blanchard

My son being a first responder for the fire department and was on lock down from Friday to Tuesday morning while hurricane Irma came thru central Florida, and had damage to his roof and leaked onto his floor and damaged it as well, while he was saving other people doing his job he suffered a loss to his house and now has to figure a way to fix it. How can he get some help?

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Anonymous

I don’t have a credit card nor do on line banking
Is there a mailing address to send a check to?
I think you’re missing out on a lot of donations by not providing this info!

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