The following organizations provide recovery support for communities and individuals affected by Hurricane Harvey.

Disaster Services Corporation

The Disaster Services Corporation of the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul has partnered with the Rebuild Texas Fund to expand their House in a Box© program, which provides basic furniture and furnishings to vulnerable families that have unmet needs.

HOUSING is a crowdfunding platform that enables teachers to submit classroom project requests for funding. The Rebuild Texas Fund is matching all donations to projects in impacted communties.


Good360 has partnered with the Rebuild Texas Fund to support sourcing and distribution of up to $15.5 million of product to nonprofit organizations active in Hurricane Harvey recovery. Nonprofits working in recovery can sign up with Good360 to request needed items free of cost.

Housing and Economic Assistance to Rebuild Texas (HEART) Program

The HEART program, created by the Texas State Affordable Housing Corporation (TSAHC) and Enterprise Community Partners, provides grants of up to $50,000 and technical assistance to nonprofits providing housing assistance to families displaced or otherwise affected by Hurricane Harvey. The HEART Program is funded through a generous grant from the Rebuild Texas Fund.

Houston Toolbank

Houston ToolBank is a nonprofit tool lending program that empowers housing organizations to undertake housing projects in affected regions. The Rebuild Texas Fund has partnered with the ToolBank to support the expansion of services across impacted regions.


KaBOOM! and the Rebuild Texas Fund have partnered to help rebuild and restore hurricane-affected community playspaces across Texas. Together, this partnership will bring 35 grant opportunities to communities affected by the hurricane. The Rebuild Texas Fund grant application is currently open for eligible impacted counties in Texas.


LiftFund - a nonprofit community development finance institution - is providing loans to up to 350 businesses in across all affected regions. The Rebuild Texas Fund has partnered with LiftFund to support interest buydown for borrowers and outreach.

On the Road Lending

On the Road Lending has partnered with the Rebuild Texas Fund to provide 50 loans to enable low-income families to buy a car. On the Road Lending also provides financial coaching and vehicle purchase assistance.


Immediately after the storm, PeopleFund launched the Hurricane Harvey bounceback loan, with a low interest rate and expedited underwriting. PeopleFund has partnered with the Rebuild Texas Fund to buydown interest on $2 million of small business loans and support 60-80 small businesses with loans between $25,000 to $50,000.

RV Disaster Corps

RV Disaster Corps has partnered with the Rebuild Texas Fund to support 240 trained volunteers who can travel to impacted areas to provide critical assistance and manpower in the community rebuilding process.

Texas Alliance for Child & Family Studies

Texas Center for Child and Family Studies, the 501c3 nonprofit arm of the Texas Alliance of Child and Family Services (TACFS) has partnered with the Rebuild Texas Fund to launch a grant program to support recovery and relief efforts for foster care children and families impacted by Hurricane Harvey.