Here’s some ways to help San Antonio and Texas winter storm victims

Winter storm left millions across state without food, water, electricity

SAN ANTONIO – This week’s winter storm wreaked havoc in San Antonio and across the state of Texas.

Millions of people have been forced to survive without power and water for long periods of time.

And while temperatures are expected to finally get above freezing on Friday, there will be lasting effects from this winter storm.

There are several agencies that are offering assistance to victims. Here’s some ways you can help if you are in a position to do so.

American Red Cross Serving Central and South Texas

American Red Cross volunteers have been working several shifts across the state to support operations at warming centers, including the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio.

The Red Cross has supplied blankets and snacks to families seeking a comfort from the winter weather.

The American Red Cross of Central & South Texas Region, headquartered in Austin, serves over 7 million people. You can donate to their mission or learn more about volunteering here.


About the Author: