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Disaster Relief Assistance Available for Derecho and Severe Weather Victims

Following our recent grant announcement from the Greater Houston Disaster Alliance, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul is committed to providing targeted assistance to households affected by the derecho and severe weather between April 26 and May 17.

Targeted Assistance for Specific Areas

We have identified the ZIP codes most adversely affected by the recent weather events, to ensure those in the greatest need receive support and recover. We have allocated the funds received to local Conferences that are prepared to provide assistance.

77043, 77055, 77080 - St. Cecilia Catholic Church

77357, 77372 - St. Martha Catholic Church (Kingwood)

77091, 77088 - St. Monica Catholic Church (Acres Homes)

77009, 77026 - St. Patrick Catholic Church

77022 - St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church

How to Seek Assistance

If you or someone you know resides in one of the affected ZIP codes and is in need of assistance, please call the 2-1-1 Texas/United Way HELPLINE to be referred to a servicing Conference. Our volunteers are ready to help you navigate these difficult times with compassion and support.

Assistance through 211 can also be accessed through the following methods in the event of long wait times due to periods of heavy call volume:

We extend our heartfelt gratitude to our dedicated Vincentian members who tirelessly work to provide relief to impacted communities. Your unwavering commitment embodies the spirit of St. Vincent de Paul and Blessed Frederic Ozanam and brings hope to those in need.

Want to help neighbors in need when disaster strikes?


Society of St. Vincent de Paul Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston

Established in 1871, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston is a 501(c)3 faith-based organization with a mission for its members to grow spiritually through person-to-person service in our community. The Society serves 10 counties throughout the greater Houston area through a network of 54 parish-based chapters ("Conferences"), more than 1,700 volunteers ("Vincentians"), and a food network of localized pantries. Assistance is given to neighbors in need throughout the Galveston-Houston area through its Home Visit Program, Food Network, Clothing Vouchers, Resiliency Programs, and Disaster Response.



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