Hurricane Harvey Legal Aid Fund

Donate to the Hurricane Harvey Legal Aid Fund

Legal aid provides the calm after the storm.  Texans are reeling from Hurricane HarveyAfter the storm subsides and the water recedes the exhaustion of survival will be met by the harrowing realization that their journey back to normalcy is only just beginning.  The daunting work of putting their lives back together will require interaction with myriad governmental agencies and private businesses in order to interpret their rights to services and financial assistance.  At times, it will feel hopeless.  After a disaster, Legal Aid helps put lives back together by providing:

  • Assistance with securing FEMA and other benefits available to disaster survivors
  • Assistance with life, medical and property insurance claims
  • Help with home repair contracts and contractors
  • Replacing wills and other important legal documents destroyed in the disaster
  • Assisting in consumer protection matters, remedies and procedures
  • Assisting with mortgage/foreclosure and landlord/tenant problems

The Texas Access to Justice Foundation will use all donations to fund Disaster Legal Aid to survivors of Hurricane Harvey. Please donate to the Hurricane Harvey Legal Aid Fund to assist all Texans in need of these essential services.

Donate online by clicking the PayPal button below.


Donate by mail

If you prefer to mail your donation, please mail this form and send it, along with your tax-deductible donation, to:

Texas Access to Justice Foundation
Re: Hurricane Harvey Legal Aid Fund
P.O. Box 12886
Austin, Texas 78711-2886

Thank you for your support!

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