Tropical Storm Imelda made landfall in September, 2019, dumping up to 40 inches of rain within 48 hours over Southeast Texas & the surrounding areas, causing catastrophic flash-flooding for thousands of families, many of whom had also suffered in Hurricane Harvey. We have once again pulled on our work boots to bring compassion and restoration to our area in Southeast Texas.
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United Aid of Southeast Texas
We are a non-profit, disaster relief organization of Cathedral Church that is passionate about restoring hope & homes after natural-disaster. Our mission is to strengthen our communities through the practical & caring service of home clean-out & rebuilding, and we prioritize the needs of those who are disadvantaged, such as: the elderly, disabled, single parents, widows & those with exceptionally great need.
Though much time has passed since Harvey, and families have more recently been displaced from Imelda, we are still here for you! If you or anyone you know are in need of assistance, please let us know.
How Can I Help?
Some can serve, some can give, and both are essential. Click the link to let us know how you’d like to get involved!
We would like to thank our donors for making Project 40 & Project 80 possible, and we look forward to changing more lives as we tackle the challenges of Imelda, together.
We want to thank Jay & Hannah Bruce, Cathedral Church, Operation Blessing, the Cleveland Indians, The Home Depot, Pathway Church in Fort Worth, the Village Church, Austin Disaster Relief Network, Motiva, Christian Disaster Relief, Christian Aid Ministries, and so many others who made personal and financial contributions.
We could not have done this without you. Thank you for believing in our community and being a part of not only rebuilding homes, but rebuilding families.
I still can’t believe it’s happening. It’s such a real blessing. I’m thankful and can’t express enough how happy I am! It’s a dream come true… It amazes me that these guys have worked long hours and took time out of their own schedule to work on my house. This is unreal!
More About the Storm & Relief Efforts
A Beaumont family standing in the midst of their still-flooded home wonders where to begin. United Aid has helped over 100 families in situations just like this.
The work done through United Aid relies heavily on the generous volunteerism of people from around the country that are looking for a way to lend a helping hand to help rebuild homes in Southeast Texas.
The Volunteers' selflessness continued on as they slept on cots in Cathedral Church's Event Center, and showered in portable, pop-up bathrooms.
A single mom raising three kids, Peggy sees her new home for the first time following an "Extreme Makeover" after Hurricane Harvey. United Aid, with the help of Operation Blessing, gave her home a total restoration including new furniture and decorative touches.
Volunteers stood ready to welcome Peggy and her children home for the first time after rebuilding with balloons, prayer, cheers and many, many happy tears!
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Special Thanks to:
Volunteers who worked countless hours to make all of this possible. To those who drove and flew in, slept on cots and sacrificed time & comforts. To those who were willing to be away from their own families to help us rebuild and recover.
Because of your compassion and willingness to serve, families all over Southeast Texas are now back in their homes.