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AVOIDING FINANCIAL RUIN

When Hurricane Harvey crept over the greater Houston area, it dumped an unprecedented amount of rain on the area for three straight days and set a record for the most rainfall ever from a single storm in the continental United States.

FEMA estimated that less than 20% of those flooded were covered by flood insurance. These homeowners should not go into financial ruin or crushing debt when attempting to return their lives to normal.

HHR wants to help lower the labor costs associated with material installation. By pairing a trained HHR project manager with volunteers, The HHR Project can help homeowners  complete projects, such as insulation and sheet rock, on their own.

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OUR VALUES

Think Big. Act Bigger.

WIDESPREAD DEVASTATION

At least 150,000 properties in Texas have been affected by Hurricane Harvey, according to ongoing estimates by the Federal Emergency Management Agency

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HURRICANE HARVEY VICTIMS

Meet those in need

Dave and Teresita

DAVE AND TERESITA Dave and Teresita live in a subdivision where all 800+ homes were completely devastated from the floodwaters that poured in when Harvey hit. Dave was laid off last November

Meghan and Caitlin

Meghan and Caitlin When Meghan purchased her home a little

Terry and Olivia

TERRY AND OLIVIA Terry and Olivia built their home in

Javier and Ara

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CHANGE A LIFE TODAY

Help homeowners rebuild after the widespread flooding caused from Hurricane Harvey. Get in touch today and start making the difference.

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