When disasters strike Texas communities, the Rebuild Texas Fund connects your helping hand to Texan communities in need. As the organization designated by the Office of the Governor to receive private donations following a disaster, we strategically collect and distribute funding and additional resources to eligible organizations in impacted areas to build resilience.
We work with local leaders to identify community-driven priorities, unmet needs, and funding gaps in affected regions. We provide local leaders and organizations with the financial and technical expertise needed to recover stronger than before. Our community-centered approach is swift and purposeful – providing the greatest possible impact for Texans trying to rebuild lives and livelihood.
We provide funding to organizations supporting vulnerable and underserved Texans most affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Texas COVID Relief Fund addresses urgent gaps in available community resources in the areas of health, education, and community development.
Building resilience requires hard work and committed resources as much for disaster preparedness during blue skies as for mitigation following a disaster. That’s why we raise funds year-round to support Texas communities.
We aim to make giving easy for you to do. Donations can be a one-time transaction or a recurring gift, and we offer a number of ways to provide your generous contribution.
Your tax-deductible donation will help us:
The Rebuild Texas Fund does not currently have any open funding opportunities. Check back for future opportunities, and sign up for our newsletter to learn about Rebuild Texas Fund grants when they are announced. Eligibility requirements will vary for specific funding opportunities.
The Rebuild Texas Fund was established in 2017 in response to Hurricane Harvey and continues to support Texas communities in times of disaster and crisis. Together, more than 2 million Texans have had the opportunity to rebuild their lives.
We worked with local communities to support recovery and rebuilding efforts in 41 Texas counties impacted by Hurricane Harvey. This collaborative project supported community & economic development, education & child care, workforce & transportation, housing, health, and small business.