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IIDA San Antonio City Center encourages local members to support those
affected by Hurricane Harvey. Those organizations in need of donations include:
◗ American Red Cross redcross.org/donate/hurricane-harvey
◗ The Salvation Army salvationarmyhouston.org/news/harvey-prep/
◗ Houston Food Bank houstonfoodbank.org
◗ Galveston County Food Bank galvestoncountyfoodbank.org/
◗ Corpus Christi Food Bank foodbankcc.com/hurricane-harvey-relief/
Please contact local IIDA chapters to find out more about helping those
affected by Irma: Central Florida Chapter iidaflc.org; South Florida Chapter
iidasfc.org; North Florida Chapter iida-nfc.org.
With many members’ businesses suffering losses due to Harvey, the
National Kitchen+Bath Association (NKBA) has set up its own disaster
relief fund. Its goal is to raise $1 billion, with NKBA matching donations up
to $500,000. The group noted on its website: “Your contributions will go
directly to helping our members get their businesses, livelihoods and lives
back on track. Any funds not utilized by our members will be distributed to
general relief agencies to assist the broader community.” Donations can be
made at forms.nkba.org/harvey-relief.
For those in the affected area seeking assistance, a form can be
completed at rms.nkba.org/hurricane-harvey-relief-fund-request/ or a direct,
confidential email can be sent to Julie Figiel at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To find out what individual industry figures and manufacturers are doing
to help with hurricane relief efforts, and to learn more about which
charitable organizations are in need after the storms, please visit
The AIA building Safety Assessment Program (SAP) training provides the specialized knowledge and technical
skills to architects, engineers, and building inspectors needed to determine if a home or other building is
safe and habitable. SAP-certified architects are currently needed in Texas to perform building assessments.