A Chabad-Lubavitch volunteer at a Houston warehouse unloads and sorts relief food and supplies trucked in from the the Northeast. With flooded and closed stores, kosher food ran out in Houston after Hurricane Harvey, and general critical supplies were scarce with homes in large parts of the city flooded. During and in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, Chabad-Lubavitch centers in Houston and the surrounding areas mobilized to offer relief to the many stranded and affected by the hurricane. Hundreds of volunteers continue to gather daily at local Chabad-Lubavitch centers to help package and distribute food, clean homes and get supplies to those in need. A relief fund has been set up at www.Chabad.org/Hurricane.
Photo credit: Elisheva Golani/Chabad.org
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