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“We’re in the days of telemedicine and telehealth, but these are individuals without internet access,” said Norman Mitchell, CEO of , of the -impacted communities the health center is now able to serve with their mobile unit.
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TXGeneralLandOffice Jun 20
We are breaking ground in counties across the affected region! In Bon Wier, Newton County officials came out to help knock down Ora Jackson's house so we can build back stronger and more resilient.
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suraj shantanu Jun 22
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The Donald Trumpeter 15h
The Fake Dossier, gathered today by developments & Putin's
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Gil Gredinger Jun 20
Replying to @brendadc
Nothing like
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Austin Disaster Relief Network Jun 19
We’re gearing up to move more furniture, donated by Landmark Properties, to help families recovering from ! Watch this video from Katherine, our volunteer coordinator, to see how you can help! Grab some friends and join this weekend at
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Americares: #Love4Leila Jun 19
Replying to @Americares
^I value every chance I get to learn from others. Understanding the world & those around us creates more opportunity to enhance the lives of those we serve, says Kate. 📷 Kate (right) in Houston after w/ Tricia (left) Medical Outreach Program Director
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Deep Donald Jun 23
Join me in Nashville, Tennessee! Tickets: See you there!
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DisasterPhilanthropy Jun 21
On August 25, 2017, made landfall as a Category 4 storm. Over the course of 5 days, it wreaked havoc across the Texas Gulf Coast, damaging an estimated 200,000 homes. Watch our new video to see how CDP is supporting recovery in Texas:
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Austin Disaster Relief Network Jun 21
Survivors of have been so blessed by this furniture! We still need people to help move more this weekend—will you be the hands and feet? Community volunteers and badged volunteers welcome! Join us at
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Camp Noah Jun 21
Today's showcases camper artwork from our summer 2019 camp in Pearland, TX at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church that concludes today ❤️ We've heard that it's been a great week of hope and healing for children impacted by
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Patricia Stone-Reyes Jun 20
It’s a hot day in Rockport! 90 but feels like 100. participating in with at Linda Castro Sanctuary—still recovering from
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Partha Sarathi Jun 19
Counties with FEMA claims ( June 11th release) along with the Take-up rates for TX LA coastal area. About half of the total paid TX claims are from and about two-third of the total paid LA claims are from
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Raizner Slania LLP Jun 21
Harris County, Texas Commercial Property Owner Files Bad Faith Lawsuit:
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Chris Pilcic Jun 21
Anna & Regina, both employees @CityLineDF, met making donations to victims. Now they’re teaching hundreds of employees how to give back To others using . Watch for their inspiring story soon on .
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🤠CoolHTownGirl🤠 Jun 14
Replying to @RealJosephSimp1
Never been. Total bucket list!!! Had tickets for me + bestie December 17..mmbut ya know, 😩
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Americares: #Love4Leila Jun 19
Replying to @Americares
^...As a manager of a larger team spread out over multiple countries, I prioritize the time & energy it takes to ensure team member have the skills and training needed to do their jobs safely & effectively. 📷: Kate in a shelter that our donors helped support
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NASEM Gulf Research Program Jun 21
When dumped 100 trillion liters of rain on Texas over just a few days, it pushed the Earth's crust down about 21 millimeters (about 0.8 inches)—and took 5 weeks to lift back up to normal.
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David Edward Garber Jun 17
Here's a video from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints about how Latter-day Saint volunteers served as the 's figurative hands to provide relief to victims of in Texas.
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Raizner Slania LLP Jun 18
Governor signs storm resilience plan 2 years after
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