Hurricane Harvey Recovery Resources
ACCE's Statement on Hurricane Harvey Read release here
(8/30/2017) ACCE's Call to Help Gulf Coast Chambers
(9/8/2017) FEMA Contact Info for Disaster Survivors:
Phone: 800-621-3362 Online form for disaster survivors Click here for more information on the FEMA disaster helpline service Red Cross:
Request disaster assistance from the Red Cross by calling 877-500-8645. United Way: Get help through UW's 2-1-1
or consider giving/donating
to help.U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation Disaster Help Desk:
Another disaster help desk is through the U.S. Chamber Foundation and this resource is available to serve chambers and businesses alike.
Phone: 1-888-MY-BIZ-HELP (1-888-692-4943)
Or contact through www.facebook.com/USCCFhelpdesk
or https://twitter.com/USCCFhelpdesk More info on the Help Desk here Texas Association of Business (TAB) Recovery Hotline:
TAB's hotline is available to all businesses, not just limited to TAB membership.
Phone: 512-637-7714 TAB Help Request Form Read TAB's Statement on Recovery Efforts
Help with Chamber to Chamber Relief Efforts
Read about TAB and TCCE's statewide recovery work updates in their September 2017 eNews
; and October 2017 eNews
. More on How to Get Help After Hurricane Harvey:
Read this Texas Tribune article for more links and aid resources
. (article from 8/28/2017) Additional Chamber-Specific Disaster Resources:
Additional Recovery Resources & Guides from the U.S. Chamber Foundation Disaster Help Desk:
Small Business Administration Help:
COST and AICPA Compiling Hurricane Tax Filing Relief Guidance
- Disaster Help Desk for Businesses - Launched in 2007 by the U.S. Chamber for small businesses and local chambers of commerce to provide preparedness/continuity advice and to guide disaster-affected organizations through the steps of recovery and re-opening. Reach the Help Desk by Phone: 888-MY BIZ HELP / 888-692-4943 and through social media tools. The Help Desk coordinates information among businesses, local chambers of commerce, NGOs, government responders, and disaster recovery specialists and is made possible by the leadership and generous support of the Office Depot Foundation.
- Disaster Preparedness and Recovery Quick Guides - Designed to help both local chambers of commerce and local businesses prepare for and recover from disasters.
- Disaster Response and Community Resilience - The Corporate Citizenship Center's Disaster Response and Community Resilience Program is committed to improving the efficacy of business philanthropy in disasters, breaking down information and coordination barriers between sectors, and highlighting the unique work of corporate citizens in the field.
- Disaster Response Tools - Articles and content on disaster response actions.
- Disaster Aid Tracker for Hurricane Harvey - A directory of businesses that are aiding in the hurricane relief and recovery efforts.
Ways to Help Now:
- COST, in conjunction with the AICPA, is compiling and maintaining a chart tracking state guidance on Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma tax filing relief. A publicly available version is on the COST website here, and will provide updates as additional states release statements or guidance identifying their position as to whether they will provide filing relief for taxpayers in hurricane disaster areas and how taxpayers may seek that relief.
| Disaster Preparedness & Recovery
| Hurricane Harvey Recovery ResourcesCreated 8/30/2017
Last Updated: 11/20/2017