How to Help People Affected by Hurricane Michael

Learn how you can help the victims of Hurricane Michael.

October 12, 2018
By: TLCme

Photo by: via Joe Raedle/Getty Images

via Joe Raedle/Getty Images

The effects of Hurricane Michael will leave a long-lasting impact on the Gulf Coast of the U.S., due to projected flooding and wind damage.

Habitat for Humanity is monitoring this situation closely and is committed to the long-term recovery that will help bring families back to stability after this disaster. Your support helps Habitat for Humanity's disaster response efforts to build communities back stronger.

Additionally, the emergency responders of Save the Children has deployed emergency response team prepared to help families bracing for the powerful storm and pre-positioning essential, child-focused emergency supplies. Your support of Save the Children will help protect vulnerable children and provide desperately needed relief to families.

Here's how you can support their relief efforts:

Habitat for Humanity

Click here to support Habitat For Humanity.
Or text HOME to 707070

Save the Children

Click here to support Save the Children.
Or text Children to 707070

From our TLC family to yours, we hope you are staying safe and we appreciate your support.

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