The Baltimore community is rallying around families affected by Hurricane Harvey. Here’s how you can help…
(We’ll add to this list — so check back and send fundraisers you know about to email@example.com!)
Baltimore Cares: Local Fundraisers for Texas
Diaper Bank Fundraiser at Wee Chic and Becket Hitch
Green Spring Station, Lutherville | September 2
This Saturday, September 2nd, Becket Hitch and Wee Chic will be donating a portion of their sales to the Texas Diaper Bank. Locally, both retailers are involved with Share Baby, Baltimore’s own diaper bank, and have seen what difference it has made in our community working towards alleviating diaper need in Baltimore. Please join Becket Hitch and Wee Chic in making a small difference during this time of great need in Texas.
Shop at Sweet Elizabeth Jane
Ellicott City | September 2, 3, 4
Sweet Elizabeth Jane will be donating 15% of this weekend’s proceeds to the relief efforts in Houston. Any purchase Saturday, Sunday or Monday will be included!
La Food Marketa Fundraiser
Quarry Lake | September 3
This Sunday, September 3, 50% of all brunch sales at La Food Marketa to will be donated to Harvey relief. Help them raise a lot of money for people who really need it.
Ice Cream Fundraiser, Jarrettsville Creamery
Jarrettsville | September 7
“Helping Hands for Harvey Victims” fundraiser on Thursday, September 7th from 5pm-9pm. 10% of ALL sales will be donated to the victims of this terrible ongoing event. The Creamery also has two “at-will” donation jars. “All funds will be donated to a legitimate relief organization in the form of a check that will be presented while in Houston, Texas,” according to their Facebook page.
Sauvignon Blanc for Texas & Red Cross at Avenue Kitchen & Bar
Hampden | September 19
Avenue Kitchen and Bar is donating the proceeds of their Sauvignon Blanc for Texas event to the Red Cross for Texas. Taste 12 Sauvignon Blancs from around the world and Texas. After the tasting, you’ll also enjoy 20% off your dinner purchase. $35.00 per person for the tasting.