Habitat for Humanity recovering, rebuilding homes after Harvey
SOUTHEAST TEXAS —
Habitat for Humanity has homes throughout Southeast Texas, but after Harvey, they're working to recover.
Eleven of their 13 homes in Port Arthur were damaged, while two of its homes in Beaumont were damaged as well.
Executive Director Miriam Morgan says right now, homes are still in the early stages of repairs.
Morgan credits many volunteers for coming to the area, even from states away, to help demolish damaged homes if the homeowners couldn't.
There is still plenty of work to do and there will be plenty of needs over the next few months.
If you would like to sign up to volunteer with Habitat, or you would like to make a financial donation, CLICK HERE.
If you would like to volunteer immediately, you can sign up to help this Thursday, Friday and Saturday to help gut a home at 3110 Tyler in Port Arthur. Habitat says the homeowner is still displaced to Dallas and needs help with the clean out.