Hurricane Harvey Relief from companies

  1. Here are some waivers in fees, free support and offers for hurricane victims, hurricane affected areas from commercial and private companies.



Our thoughts are with everyone impacted by Hurricane Harvey and our customers who have friends and family there.

Beginning today, Aug. 26, 2017, and running through at least Sept. 1, 2017 we will issue credits to AT&T wireless customers in impacted areas for additional data, voice and text charges, and AT&T PREPAID for additional voice and text charges.

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August 26, 2017 – Effective today through September 1, 2017, Sprint will waive casual call and text fees for Sprint, Boost and Virgin Mobile customers in the impacted areas of Texas and Louisiana. Fees will be waived during the time specified. Customers on Unlimited plans will continue to enjoy their unlimited data, call and text benefits.

Customers are encouraged to use text messaging when possible due to high call volumes and possible network congestion in the local area.

“Our thoughts are with everyone impacted by this incredible storm and we are doing all we can to help them stay connected during this time”, said Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure.

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To help our customers connect with loved ones in the path of Hurricane Harvey, T-Mobile (NASDAQ: TMUS) is making it free for customers, including prepaid customers, to call or text from impacted areas of Texas and Louisiana.

“Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone in the path of this powerful storm,” said John Legere, president and CEO of T-Mobile.

From Aug. 25-Sept. 1, T-Mobile and MetroPCS customers in the following area codes can call anywhere in the US for free (T-Mobile ONE and Simple Choice customers always have unlimited calling/texting):

  • Texas: 830, 512, 210, 936, 956, 361,979, 281,832,713, 936, 409
  • Louisiana: 337, 985


Sometimes life throws the unexpected at you, and it could mean using extra data that you weren’t planning on needing. Verizon is offering 3GB of bonus data to qualified Texas counties, so you can stay connected when it matters most.

If you have any questions or concerns during this difficult time, don’t hesitate to visit a local store or call customer care at 1.888.294.6804.

Effective August 26th through September 8th.


Bank of America

  • $1 million donation to support Harvey relief efforts, including $250,000 to the Red Cross.

  • Matching employee donations of $1 or more through Sept. 30.

BNY Mellon/Pershing

  • Immediate contribution to the Hurricane Harvey Fund of the American Red Cross. (A BNY Mellon spokesperson declined to provide a dollar amount.)

  • Matching donations made by employees through its Community Partnership program.


  • Fidelity Charitable collaborating with the Center for Disaster Philanthropy to provide a list of organizations that are currently providing immediate relief to storm victims.

  • Fidelity Charitable donors recommended 2,069 grants totaling $3.8 million to national and local nonprofits supporting relief efforts as of Aug. 29.

  • Offering a match program for employees who donate through their Fidelity Charitable Giving Accounts.

  • Created a contingency plan to support urgent needs from advisor clients, such as trading, money movement and check-deposit needs.

  • Closed Fidelity branches in the affected area through Sept. 4.

JPMorgan Chase 

  • $1 million donation for relief efforts, including the American Red Cross and other nonprofits.

  • Dollar-for-dollar match any employee donations to these organizations.

  • Waiving or refunding late fees for mortgage, credit card, business-banking and auto loans, overdraft, monthly service, and ATM fees on deposit accounts through September 10 for customers in the affected areas.

LPL Financial

  • Donating $250,000 through a combination of corporate donations and matching gifts from employees and advisors.

Morgan Stanley

  • Established a website where U.S. employees can donate to the Red Cross to assist people impacted by the storm. Employees have contributed over $400,000 so far.

  • Set up a dollar-for-dollar match program, up to $500,000. The first $250,000 has already been sent to the Red Cross.

  • Speaking with charitable partners on the ground in Houston to identify opportunities for local volunteerism.

  • Identifying recovery-assistance services, medical care and help with insurance claims for employees affected by the storm.

Raymond James

  • Initial $100,000 donation to disaster relief efforts in Houston

  • Appropriated $25,000 to its internal charity, Friends of Raymond James, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that provides assistance to Raymond James associates who are victims of challenging or tragic life events.

  • Encouraging others to donate via social media channels.


  • $100,000 donation to the American Red Cross in support of Americans affected by the hurricane in Houston.

Charles Schwab

  • Initial $50,000 grant (via the Charles Schwab Foundation) to nonprofits providing aid to the relief effort, including the American Red Cross, Habitat for Humanity and the Houston Food Bank.

  • Offering a match of $2 for every $1 contribution, up to a total of $100,000, for employee donations to those organizations providing assistance.

  • Supporting partner nonprofits, Boys & Girls Clubs of America, and Donors Choose to help clubs and classrooms damaged by the hurricane.

  • Closed the firm’s Houston and Corpus Christi branches to ensure the safety of clients and employees.

TD Ameritrade

  • Dollar-for-dollar match, up to $500,000, for employee and client donations to the American Red Cross.

  • Set up a special microsite to help retail-advisor and RIA clients donate.

  • Reimbursing paper-statement fees, wire-out fees and third-party check fees through the end of 2017 for clients who live in affected areas.


  • Vanguard Charitable donors made more than 400 grants for hurricane relief, representing a total $1.2 million.

Wells Fargo

  • $500,000 donation to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund and $500,000 to local nonprofits focused on recovery and relief efforts in Texas.

  • Allowing customers to donate to the American Red Cross’ hurricane relief efforts at Wells Fargo ATMs for no additional fee.

  • Waiving ATM fees and late fees for customers in the affected areas.

Honda of Clear Lake

This devastation has affected everyone in our community. We know insurance claims can be difficult to maneuver, so we want to help. We would like to offer assistance in filling out any automobile insurance claim forms required by your carrier.
Regardless if you have State Farm, Farmers, Allstate or any other carrier, we can help! Online claim forms can be complicated. We can even help your insurance company assess the damage to your car as well.
Whether your Honda was damaged, or any other make, we will help you free of charge. It’s just what neighbors do! Come in and we will help.
Call 888-781-4140 to schedule your appointment or click the button below.
We will be open Monday, September 4th on Labor Day!
May God bless you, your family and the great state of Texas!
Your Friends at Honda of Clear Lake

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