Please continue to help us help the disaster victims. 

We are currently collecting the following items:

School supplies for Hurricane Irma victims in Orange County School District in Florida. 

Khaki colored pants for grade k-5

School supplies, backpacks, clothes, and other items for Mexico's earthquake victims.  

 

Update:

Thanks for the kind support and concerns of many youth and adults around the country, we have received amazing responses for our Hurricane relief efforts.

Here is our update: we've received $1104 donations and over 6000 items.
Please see the end of this page for groups/individuals (with permission to list their names) actively involved or are joining our effort.

We are working with Puerto Rican and Cuban Festival in Houston to send relief items to Puerto Rico to help Hurricane Maria victims. Our team has collected and delivered over 40 boxes/bags of estimate 2800 items including ten 20 inch Box Fan, diapers, mouth masks, clothes, shoes, bedding, and cleaning supplies.

We delivered ~ 50 boxes of supplies, estimate ~2500 items including school supplies, clothes, air mattresses, towels, toothpastes and toothbrushes, soap, deodorants to Isaacs Elementary in Houston. This school has k-5th graders and students returned to school already. Thanks to everyone who have helped! 

We are working with Myra Garcia and Maria Garcia in Houston to send earthquake relief items to Mexico. Garcia family has relatives and friends who were impacted by the hurricanes and they and their family and friends will help deliver the items to the victims. We sent 24 bags/boxes of clothes, most children’s clothes, shoes, bedding, supplies, etc. to Garcia family for them to take to Mexico.

The Pike Shcool in Andover MA in partnership with Clean Water Blue Sky Association (Houston) have collected new school supplies and mailed 7 boxes of supplies including backpacks, crayons, pens, pencils, markers, notebooks, binders, and many more. 

 

Thanks for your continuous support. 

Dancing through Harvey:

On September 7th and 8th, when all schools were closed due to hurricane Harvey, members of Bellaire High School's eMotion Dance Company, lead by Eric Tong and Gilbert Velasquez, organized all day activities at the Westbury United Methodist Church to teach breakdance to children. The parents of these children needed time of their own to deal with Harvey's catastrophoc damage, so they would drop their kids off at the campus. The campus was a big Harvey relief site, with many donations and volunteers. Lots of volunteers were there to keep the kids busy and interact with and educate them. The volunteers included the two breakdancers, who spread the knowledge and art of breakdance. Dancing was a great way for the children to expend their energy, as well as express themselves!


Thank you to all who reached out to us in the last few days. Thanks for your concerns and for your kind offers to help. Many people we have worked with, some of whom were also affected by the 2015 and 2016 floods, are severely affected once again, including the inner city school children. Many of our friends' homes are damaged and some of them are even taking shelter elsewhere. In addition, the schools across Houston and nearby cities are closed for more than a week.

We are organizing immediate and long term relief efforts and will appreciate your help.

Donation of any amount. Please click the button below:


All donations are tax-deductible and 100% used for the designated project.
Payable to We Care Act
2722 Garden Falls Dr.
Manvel, TX 77578

Collection of the following items currently:

For Long Term Relief Effort to Help Children with School and Homework:

School supplies
Backpacks

New/used but functional laptops (preferably 4GB+ RAM, 32GB+ storage)
New/used but functional eReaders/Kindles

For Immediate Relief Effort:
(For affected inner city schools in Houston ISD)

Air mattresses
Towels
Toothpaste
Toothbrushes
Soap
Deodorant
Children's clothes for kindergarten to fifth grade (new or gently wore but washed clean)
Children's shoes for kindergarten to fifth grade (new or gently wore)
New undergarments
New socks
Very gently used clothing & uniforms,
Very genetaly used pillows, blankets, shoes for older kids or adults
Professional dress for impacted teachers & staff.
School supplies
Stuffed animals

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Five days after hurricane Harvey began in Texas, Tropical Storm Harvey refuses to go away. The storm made second landfall in Louisiana moving towards through the state where Hurricane Katrina struck in 2005.

There were at least 30 deaths in Texas and the number is expected to be significantly higher when the roads become accessible. The Red Cross estimate that 17,000 people were in Houston Shelters four days after the hurricane made landfall, and the numbers are rising.

 

Source: New York Times


Collaborators and groups/individuals (with permission to list) actively involved or are joining our effort (running list):

Irene Liu, Jorryn, Raina, and Sophia, Berry Miller Junior High, Pearland, TX
Alexander & Amy Miao, Pearland, TX
Jimmy Liu, Grace Liu, Elaine Mo and Kevin Mo, Dallas & Katy TX
Laura Yang and We Care Clubs, Dulles High School, Sugarland, TX
Esther Chow, Eastern Christian High School, Ridgewood, NJ
Eric Tong and Gilbert Velasquez, Bellaire High School, Houston, Texas

Clean Waster Blue Sky Association, US (http://www.cleanwaterbluesky.org)
Oriental Arts and Education Center, Houston TX (http://www.oaec-us.com/)
Bee Smart Learning Center, Sugarland, TX
Young and Care, Boston, MA (youngandcare.org)
Bellaire High School's Emotion Dance Company
Pike School, Andover, Massachusetts (http://www.pikeschool.org/
Mentoring USA, New York, New York (www.mentoringusa.org)

 


 

 

 

 

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