Looking for Ways to Help Support Hurricane Harvey Efforts?

by on August 31, 2017 in Living Texas, Austin,

September 1st & 4th

W Austin is turning its Labor Day Wet Deck pool events into a fundraiser for Hurricane Harvey. Join them Friday, September 1st (tomorrow) for Heatwave featuring DJ Kurupt and DJ Fashen, a pop-up shop with Lee Merritt Swimwear, drink specials from Z Tequila. Guests can also join Monday, September 4th for Soundwave featuring beats by DJ Bird Peterson, special guests and drink specials. Both events are from noon to 8. Entry is $20 with a portion of the proceeds from each event benefitting those impacted by Harvey. More information and tickets: http://www.whotelaustin.com/events

September 4th

LeRoy and Lewis from Feges BBQ will be donating a portion of the proceeds from their Labor Day Smokeout, Monday, September 4th to the Red Cross for Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. Feges BBQ will also be making the trek to Austin for a one day pop up and the teams will also be collecting additional donations and supplies at the event.

September 5th

On Tuesday, September 5th from 5-7, Fixe will host a special daily social wine tasting with Domaine Serene. Guests are encouraged to bring Hurricane Harvey welcome kits for the 5,000 plus evacuees that are headed to Austin (see Mayor Steve Adler’s list) for complimentary tasting and bites from the restaurant’s kitchen. (Those without a kit can join the tasting for $30.) Fixe will transport the kits on Wednesday, September 6th.

 September 8th

Holy Roller is partnering with Tito’s Vodka to accept donations for Harvey victims. Guests are encouraged to bring supplies to Holy Roller now through Friday, September 8th. Donations will be put in Tito’s trucks and transported to our friends and families in the affected communities. Please visit Austin Disaster Relief Network‘s site for a list of needed supplies.

September 9th

Dancer’s Shape, a barre and pilates studio, is hosting a cardio kickoff event with their new spin offerings and Groove & Glutes class. 25% of all sales and cash donations from the day (including classes booked and merchandise purchases) will go to Mayor Turner’s Hurricane Relief Fund. They will have eight classes throughout the day (adding on to their schedule) and will be collecting cash donations at the studio leading up to September 9.  Dancers Shape is located at 5350 Burnet Rd. Suite 7. Studio founder Jennifer McCamish is also a Houston native.