HOUSTON, TX — The American Red Cross and its partners are operating shelters, serving meals, and distributing supplies to help residents who have been impacted by storms and floods in Houston and the surrounding areas.
Tuesday, June 7, the Red Cross will be serving lunch and dinner to residents who are in need of meals due to the flooding. The meals will be served daily at Red Cross shelters 12-12:30 p.m. and 5-5:30 p.m..
Today, the Red Cross will also be distributing cleanup supplies to families affected by the flooding at Simonton Community Church, 1489 Simonton Rd, TX 77676, Richmond First Baptist Church, 502 S. 5th Street, Richmond, TX 77441 and at the American Red Cross at 2610 BF Terry Blvd, Rosenberg, TX 77471. Available supplies include cleaning supplies such as squeegees, buckets, mops, gloves and bleach, bug spray, tarps and water.
The following shelters are currently offering a safe, dry place for families displaced by the flooding:
Christ Lutheran Church, 86 Plantation Court, Lake Jackson, TX, 77566
FORT BEND COUNTY:
First Baptist Church, 502 S. 5th St, Richmond, TX, 77469
New Light Christian Church, 1535 Greensmark, Houston, TX, 77067
Calvary Baptist Church, 816 North Blair Ave, Cleveland, TX 77327
Liberty Community Center, 318 San Jacinto St, Liberty, TX 77575
True Vine Baptist Church, 2626 US Hwy 69, Doucette, TX 75942
Bible Fellowship Baptist Church, 1214 FM 359, Brookshire, TX 77423