11 Fort Worth Companies Helping Hurricane Harvey Victims

Check out what some local businesses are doing to help victims of Hurricane Harvey.

By Kayla Roberts

Hurricane Harvey has become a reason for Texans to unite, and 11 local Fort Worth companies have stepped up for their neighbors.

Here are a few companies that are doing their part to help support those impacted, by providing shelter, food and clothing to evacuees — and even the animals.

Note: Remember if you plan to donate supplies, make sure to send them to the appropriate places, as most shelters lack suitable storage to house all donations.

Balcom Agency

Advertising firm Balcom Agency will be accepting diaper donations directly at its office to distribute to Hurricane Harvey victims.

1413 Rio Grande Ave, 76102

Del Frisco’s Grille/Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse

Both Del Frisco’s Grille and Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse will be donating 20 percent of their sales through Sept. 4. All proceeds will be donated to Houston-area food banks.

Del Frisco’s Grille: 154 E. 3rd St., 76103
Double Eagle Steakhouse: 812 Main St., 76102

Flower Market on West 7th

The Flower Market on West 7th will be donating 10 percent of all sales on Sept. 9 to the American Red Cross.

2733 West 7th St, 76107

Fort Worth Zoo

The Fort Worth Zoo will be offering free admission to the evacuees from Houston until Sept. 30. Proof of residency and photo ID are required for admission.

1989 Colonial Parkway, 76110

Hopdoddy Burger Bar

From Sept. 4-5, all sales from the Goodnight/Good Cause Burger will be donated to relief efforts. After Sept. 5, $1 from each sale of the burger will also be donated. In addition to Hopdoddy’s promotion, Tito’s Handmade Vodka has agreed to donate $1, up to $10,000, for every drink made with Tito’s Handmade Vodka sold by Hopdoddy.

2300 West 7 St., 76107

Humane Society of North Texas

The Humane Society of North Texas has received dozens of animal evacuees from Hurricane Harvey. It’s asking for food and monetary donations to help aid these rescued animals, and all dog and cat adoptions are only $15, if adopted by Sept. 5.

1840 E Lancaster Ave, 76103

Junior League of Fort Worth

The Junior League of Fort Worth will fill a truck of supplies headed to Houston. The organization will accept donations from 5:30-7 p.m. on Friday and 10 a.m.-noon on Saturday. The Junior League suggests bringing items such as water, gloves, masks, trash bags and bug spray.

255 Bailey Ave, 76107

Salsa Limon

Salsa Limon has set up donation boxes though Sept. 4 at three Fort Worth locations. It suggests donating items such as hygiene products, diapers, baby wipes, baby food, baby formula, baby bottles, feminine hygiene products, blankets, pillows, underwear, socks and packaged food.

Universidad: 3005 S. University Dr., 76109
Gran Plaza: 4200 South Freeway, Ste. 1099 76115
Centro: 550 Throckmorton St., 76102 

University Animal Hospital

University Animal Hospital will be taking donations of pet food, blankets, cat litter and toys for the animal evacuees of Hurricane Harvey. The items will be delivered to SPCA in Dallas.

3109 McCart Ave, 76110

Unrefined Bakery

Unrefined Bakery created a signature cupcake for its Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. The Harvey Cupcake is a banana chocolate chip cake filled with iced chocolate, unbuttercream and finished chocolate chips. It is free of gluten, dairy, soy, corn, nuts, peanuts and eggs. Unrefined Bakery will donate all proceeds from the sale to disaster relief.

3250 Hulen St., 76107 

Wild Acre Brewing Co

Wild Acre is partnering with other North Texas breweries and will be accepting donations and its brewery site through Sept. 13 between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Suggested donations are nonperishable foods, diapers, water, flashlights, batteries, baby food and hand sanitizer.

1734 E. El Paso St., 76102