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. Our mission is to rebuild flooded homes through volunteer efforts and community support. Through our work, we aim to positively impact homeowners’ ability to maintain financial security.
By pairing a trained HHR project manager with volunteers, our organization can help homeowners rebuild. Our organization is fully insured and capable of completing drywall insulation, laying engineering hardwood and tile flooring, installing trim, applying texture to walls, painting, setting doors, installing vanities, etc. We aim to provide a turnkey rebuild for the homeowners we help.
The HHR Project is always looking for community partners and local businesses that want to partner with us to help expand our mission of helping homeowners rebuild and maintain financial security. We currently need licensed electricians, plumbers, HVAC specialists, and roofers who are willing to volunteer a few hours of time with our organization. We also leverage the talents of many volunteers to help keep our administrative costs low. For example, this entire website and all the photographs you see are all a result of volunteer efforts! Please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to contribute your specialty service/skill to our organization. Thank you!