Hurricane

Relief

Legacy Church,

 

As you may already know, we have been diligently working with churches who are in the middle of the mess that Hurricane Harvey has created, seeing how we can best partner with them to make the greatest impact possible. Our help is needed more than ever in this time, and we will continue to update you on how you can participate.

As of now there are three ways to help through Legacy Church:

 

1.) Pray.

Continue to pray for God's hand of protection on all who are affected, and those in the rescue efforts. Pray for God's provision for those who have lost so much. Pray God's power, truth, and love will be greatly experienced in this devastating time of hardship.

 

2.) Donate funds.

100% of monetary donations will go directly to the people on the front lines & toward purchasing needed items. You can give on Sunday by check or cash using an offering envelope, or by credit card at the Connection Center. There is also a special "Donate to Hurricane Relief" button on the Home Page of our web site (www.thelegacytx.com).

 

3.) Donate items.

We have received an extensive list of needed items. Please bring all items to the Connection Center THIS SUNDAY.

  • Cleaning Supplies 

  • Antibacterial Gel Sanitizer

  • Bleach/Disinfectant 

  • Brooms 

  • Buckets 

  • Dishwashing soap 

  • Dust pans 

  • Rubber Gloves 

  • Hand soap (Heavy Duty, Kitchen) 

  • Lysol spray/disinfectant spray 

  • Masks (cleaning) 

  • Mops 

  • Paper towels 

  • Rags 

  • Sponges 

  • Trash bags (LOTS of this) 

  • Trash cans 

  • Dehumidifiers 

  • Duct Tape 

  • Extension Cords 

  • Fans 

  • 3-gallon gas cans 

  • Heavy duty work gloves 

  • Masks (Construction) 

  • Plastic Sheeting 

  • Ponchos or rain jackets 

  • Safety Goggles 

  • Scissors – Heavy Duty 

  • Sheetrock knives

  • Shovels 

  • Tarps 

  • Tools (Crowbars, Hammers, Nails, Pliers, Wrench, Staple Guns) 

  • Wheel Barrows 

  • Zip ties 

  • Other supplies 

  • Batteries (AAA, AA, D) 

  • Blankets 

  • Flashlights 

  • Food utensils (Paper plates, plastic cups, plastic utensils) 

  • Lighters 

  • Water – Bottled and Gallon

  • Notepads 

  • Pens 

  • Pillows 

  • Scissors 

  • Sleeping bags 

  • Pet Supplies 

  • Blankets 

  • Cat food 

  • Crates 

  • Dog bowls 

  • Dog food 

  • Leashes 

  • First Aid Kits 

  • Antibiotic ointment 

  • Band-aids (various sizes) 

  • Calamine Lotion 

  • Cotton balls 

  • Cotton swabs 

  • Gauze 

  • Gauze tape 

  • Hydrocortisone cream 

  • Hydrogen Peroxide 

  • Non-latex gloves 

  • Medicines (Acetaminophen /Tylenol; Antihistamines /Benadryl; Ibuprofen /Advil) 

  • Rubbing Alcohol 

  • Tweezers 

  • Clothing (Adult & Children) 

  • Boots 

  • Jeans 

  • Shirts (long-sleeved and t-shirts) 

  • Socks 

  • Undergarments 

  • Baby bottles 

  • Baby clothes (onesies, shirts, shorts, socks) 

  • Baby formula 

  • Baby Shampoo 

  • Baby wipes 

  • Booster seats

  • Paper Towels

  • Children’s car seats 

  • Diapers 

  • Infant thermometers 

  • Sippy cups 

  • Hygienic Items 

  • Body soap 

  • Bug spray/Bug repellent 

  • Cotton swabs 

  • Deodorant 

  • Feminine hygienic products 

  • Floss 

  • Hair brushes/combs 

  • Hair ties 

  • Moist towelettes 

  • Nail clippers 

  • Razors 

  • Senior hygienic products 

  • Shampoo 

  • Shaving cream

  • Sunscreen 

  • Toilet paper 

  • Toothbrush 

  • Toothpaste 

  • Food 

  • Baby formula, baby food, baby snacks 

  • Bananas 

  • Bread/Rolls 

  • Non-perishable foods: boxed potatoes; canned goods – soups, fruits, vegetables; crackers; cereal; granola bars; instant coffee and tea; instant ramen noodles; jelly; peanut butter; rice 

  • Tomato Based Sauce (Canned or Plastic Jars)

  • Peanut Butter (Plastic Jars) 

  • Ramen Noodles 

  • Canned Tuna 

  • Macaroni and Cheese 

  • Granola Bars 

  • Cereal 

  • Canned Soup 

  • Canned Vegetables 

  • Canned Fruit 

  • Toilet Paper  

512-295-0049

info@thelegacytx.com

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