Disaster Relief

DISASTER UPDATE: HURRICANE RELIEF

Delivering Good is working diligently around the clock with the fashion, home and children’s industries to secure donations of new merchandise for the adults, children and families impacted by Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma. We are  currently taking donations of product as well as cash, which will help transport the merchandise to community partners, on the ground who will distribute it to people in need over the next several weeks and months.

Thank you to our donors! Some of the brands and companies that are supporting these efforts include:

Anew Legware,BOBS from Skechers, BOMBAS, Carter's, Children's Apparel Network, C&F Enterprises,CHF Industries,Delta Children, Dream on Me, Evenflo, Exxel Outdoors, Gold Medal International, Haddad Brands,Hanes Brands, Himatsingka, IKEA, IRIS USA, Jade Marketing Group, KIDBOX, Li & Fung, LT Apparel Group, Macy's, Perry Ellis, Tailored Brands, Rousso Apparel Group, Sternlein, SwatFame, Swellas, Summit Golf Brands, The Container Store, The Kids Company, Uber Mom LLC, and Vionic Shoes.

Additionally, Burlington Stores is providing $100,000 in store gift cards to help residents replace their belongings.

We are coordinating with industry organizations including AAFA, CFDA, California Fashion Foundation, HFPA, Accessories Council, JPMA, ABC Kids Expo, LIMA, Toy Industry Foundation and others to engage the industry in this humanitarian response.

We are asking our generous donors to respond quickly with the donation of important new items we know that we will need:

apparel for men, women and children

underwear and socks for men, women and children

towels, sheets, blankets, comforters and pillows

toothbrushes, wash cloths and personal care items

We have secured warehousing to receive and stage the donations now, while we secure the process to get the donations to our partners on the ground.

If your company can provide these items, please click here to fill out our online product donation form.  

In addition to the much-needed donations of new products for people affected by Hurricane Harvey, we are also taking financial donations to help support our response.

Please click here to donate money to this important program. 

If you have any questions about possible product donations, please email us at product@Delivering-Good.org. Any donations of product or cash that can’t be used for disaster relief will be used for ongoing poverty needs.

Delivering Good was founded in 1985 to respond to disasters, and over the last 32 years we have worked to help many people recovering from earthquakes, fires, floods and hurricanes. Read and watch below to learn more about our recent disaster responses in Columbia, SC and Baton Rouge, LA.


LOUISIANA RELIEF EFFORTS

In August 2016, prolonged rainfall in the southern part of  Louisiana resulted in catastrophic flooding. Delivering Good secured nearly $8.5 million of apparel  and home goods from retailers and manufacturers to help people in Baton Rouge recover. Working with the Urban League of LA and local community leaders, we helped over 5,000 families and other people in need.

SOUTH CAROLINA RELIEF EFFORTS

“This is about giving more than a new couch, clothes or even a present under the tree, this is about giving hope, and I couldn't be more proud," said Columbia, SC Mayor Stephen Benjamin

In October 2015, to help families affected by the historic South Carolina floods Delivering Good collected $ 1.9 million of product. Donations included new bedding, toys, furniture, and clothing from familiar brands Lady Antebellum's Heartland home goods, Aeropostale, Gap, Gerber Childrenswear, IKEA, Melissa and Doug, Toys"R"Us, Kimlor Mills, CHF Industries, Franco Manufacturing and much more.

 

Hurricane Harvey Press Links