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H-E-B donates $100,000 to Hurricane Harvey relief efforts, begins in-store donation drive

The shelves are empty as the HEB Plus in New Braunfels ran out of water early on Thursday evening. (SBG San Antonio)

SAN ANTONIO - H-E-B planned to launch a massive donation drive as relief efforts got under way across Texas on Sunday morning, beginning with its own $100,000 donation.

Beginning sometime on Sunday, shoppers at most stores across Texas will see tear pads at the register to make $1, $3 or $5 donations when they check out.

All proceeds the American Red Cross for Texas Flood and Hurricane Relief, The Salvation Army and Feeding Texas.

“H-E-B has received numerous requests from customers about how they can help support victims and communities affected by Hurricane Harvey,” said Winell Herron, H-E-B Group vice president of public affairs and diversity. “H-E-B’s tear pad campaign offers a convenient and efficient way for our customers to make a difference in the lives of thousands of families in need.”

H-E-B is also making plans to send its Mobile Kitchens and Disaster Relief Units to the Texas Gulf Coast to help residents affected by Hurricane Harvey.

Meanwhile, the current H-E-B stores remain closed due to Harvey:

  • Weber and Holly H-E-B, 5801 Weber Rd., Corpus Christi
  • Refugio, 206 S. Alamo
  • Robstown, 308 E. Main
  • Aransas Pass, 101 E. Goodnight
  • Ingleside, 2616 W. Hwy. 361
  • Port Lavaca, 101 Calhoun Plaza
  • Rockport, 1409 Bus. Hwy. 35 N.
  • Edna, 301 N. Wells
  • Sinton, 106 S. San Patricio
  • Mathis, 601 E. San Patricio
  • Portland, 1600 Wildcat Dr.
  • Beeville, 100 E. Houston St.
  • Cuero, 909 E. Broadway
  • Yoakum, 201 W. Gonzales
  • Kenedy, 107 N. Sunset Strip
  • Kenedy Convenience store
  • Gonzales, 1841 Church St.
  • Corpus Christi bakery
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