Organizations Accepting Donations
Other Ways To Help
Burnet County Sheriff’s Office
The Burnet County Sheriff’s Office has a trailer that we are collecting donations for the Victims of the Recent Fires in Spicewood (Burnet, Blanco & Travis County) and Bastrop County. We are requesting donations of lightly used clothing for Male/Female, Infant to adult. We are also asking for personal hygiene items and anything else they can use while trying to maintain a normal life. Please help us in helping others. Bring your donations to the Burnet County Sheriff’s Office (1601 E. Polk, Burnet), to Dr. McCurdy’s Office in Marble Falls (2503 Hwy 281 N) or to the Spicewood Community Center. Monetary Donations can be made to: Highland Lakes Legacy Fund Memo: Spicewood Fire Mailing address for those that do not want to drop off the donations can be mailed to: Spicewood Community Center, P.O. Box 44, Spicewood, TX 78669
As the wildfires displace hundreds of people from their homes, H-E-B is supporting evacuees and emergency first responders by sending the H-E-B Mobile Kitchen to the area and donating much needed meals, water and ice to evacuees and those working to put an end to the fires. H-E-B plans to launch a disaster relief donation campaign for Austin-area stores to send relief through the Red Cross to the impacted areas all across Central Texas. Customers will have the opportunity to add a donation of $1, $3 or $5 to their total grocery bill when they check out, or at the Business Center. One hundred percent of the donations will go to the American Red Cross and its emergency relief efforts in Central Texas. Additionally, H-E-B will donate $50,000 to the Red Cross to help the communities of Bastrop, Steiner, Spicewood and others impacted by the fires.
United Way Of Central Texas
The United Way of Central Texas TEXT TO GIVE, FOR THE WILDFIRE VICTIM RELIEF LINE is now open. Text 'UWCT' to 85944 to make a $5 donation toward Central Texas wildfire victim relief. We are also accepting cash/check donations for victims as well as the following items: Gatorade, water, diapers & baby wipes. Donations can be mailed/dropped off to the UWCT office at 18 South Main, Temple, TX 76501. Aid items will be delivered to victims on Friday, August 9th. Please call (254) 778-8616 for more information.
The United Way of Central Texas is collecting donations for recent wildfire victims in Central Texas counties. Gifts in the form of cash or check may be dropped off or mailed to the United Way of Central Texas office at 18 S. Main, Temple, TX 76501.